Another beautiful outdoor setting for another beautiful wedding! Allison and Lee were married last summer at the Sardinia Presbyterian Church in South Carolina, followed by a tented reception at the Springfield Plantation in Kingstree, a 7,000 acre tree farm and wetland wildlife preserve with an antebellum mansion.
Allison says she is one of those girls who had been "planning my wedding my whole life, complete with folders on my computer full of pictures, and constant browsing of wedding blogs!" She loved putting her dreams into reality and seeing all the details come together.
The bridesmaids wore full-length Style D457 by Alfred Sung in Papaya. The dupioni fabric is perfect for catching the outdoor sunlight. We also love the matching necklaces! It's not often that we see bridal parties wear such striking jewelry, and it's a fun yet refined way to complete an elegant look.
Allison's favorite moment was their first dance. Lee and Allison met through their church choirs, so music has always been an important part of their relationship. A local singer/songwriter, Erich Skelton, played Allison's favorite song "Every Little Star", which he composed. It was the same song Lee had used for his proposal, so hearing it again as they danced as husband and wife brought everything full circle.
Congrats Allison and Lee! May life be a happy song as you build a marriage filled with love and joy.
Photographer: Sara Parker Photography