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Incorporating Low Country into Weddings

Spencer Special Events - Tuesday, July 11, 2017

One of the best parts of the wedding planning process is getting to know the bride and groom. Often times the wedding party is not from South Carolina, so we like to find out why they chose the Low Country to host their wedding celebration. Family holidays or vacations may have brought them to the coast when growing up, but it is usually the natural beauty of the Low Country that draws them back to the area for their special day. Aspects of the low country can easily be incorporated into your own wedding day whether near or far from the southern beaches that Spencer Special Events calls home. 

Use of oak tree designs, local maps of the area, and palmetto tree details to include a touch of the Low Country on your invitations and stationery. 

Special features such as natural driftwood arches at the altar and local gospel choirs bring a unique touch of the Low Country to your ceremony. 

Rustic barrel cocktail tables, southern hors d'oeuvres, sea-inspired napkins, along with starfish and oyster escort cards clearly bring the Low Country's charm to your cocktail hour. 

Low Country inspired reception details can include nautical rope lighting features, palm frond mantle displays, southern cuisine signage, and palmetto tree monogrammed dance floors. 

Floral details that use oyster shells and Spanish moss effortlessly reflect Low Country trends. 

Low Country inspiration can even be incorporated on your wedding cake by adding magnolia tree blooms and oyster shells as a special detail.

The natural beauty of our local area is what brings brides and grooms to the Low Country for their wedding celebration. Features that make the Low Country unique can effortlessly be included in any and every part of your wedding day. From oyster shells and Spanish moss to southern blooms and cuisine, the details of the South can make your special day a Low Country wedding dream. 


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