Modern Museum wedding with green touches, bowties and Southern charm galore. What makes this wedding stand out in our memories, is that it was a hurricane reschedule. The Burlap Elephant did a great job of connecting with all vendors to reschedule the date.
Rebecca is pastels, daisies, flip flops and quiet. Wes is cooking over take out, singing, playing guitar and gregarious. The two of them together love all things camping, hiking, biking, taking dogs to the beach, traveling, food and adventure.
Wes' proposal plan was ruined with a torrential downpour, so plan B was a proposal at Rebecca's family home in front of their collective future family. The two selected Bonnie Doone Plantation for their vows and celebration. They were surround by friends, family, history and nature.
HOW THEY MET: We met at church in 2011. My sunday school teacher had asked him to come to our class one Sunday morning. My crazy teacher then proceeded to tell me to "look pretty and wear deodorant". Obviously people wanted us to be set up. So that was our first official meeting. Then I was the one who had to ask him on a date for the first time. I found out he liked to ride his bike so I asked him if he wanted to go to James Island county park for a bike ride. (totally not like me to ask people out). He made homemade hot chocolate and we rode and had a little picnic.
FAV MOMENTS OF WEDDING: (bride) My favorite part of our wedding day was seeing him for the first time, and the best man speech when the whole crowd learned about his birthmark on his butt :) I also died laughing when he saw my sister, the tomboy, for the first time in a dress, hair done, nails done, makeup on and he said, Whitney?? You're hot!