This beachfront Hilton Head Island wedding is filled with a delicate color scheme of champagne, light pink, black, and white. The elegance of the florals and touches of gold sprinkled throughout the reception area are stunning. This wedding has all the right detailed elements for a beachfront wedding. The brides dresses have intricate and chic details, while the groom has his own sophisticated style – both of which pair together perfectly!
The photographer shares,
“Rebekah & Anthony’s story reminds me of something out of an old Hollywood film. After growing up in the same small town in central Georgia, these two started a friendship at a young age. A chance encounter between the two in a 6th grade class, has led to a nearly 12-year relationship. Anthony called back to the precise moment they met to propose to Rebekah. He got down on one knee in the original classroom of their local school in which they met!
Influenced by the charm of the Lowcountry, Rebekah & Anthony’s stunning celebration was the perfect balance of elegant and coastal. This well-styled wedding balanced their classic southern black tie affair against the natural beauty of the oceanfront views.
Hilton Head Island has held a special place in their hearts for decades. It has been a long time family-favorite beach retreat spot to spend weeks during the summers. Needless to say, it was an easy decision for the couple to select it as the backdrop for their nuptials. The Westin Hilton Head Resort made for the perfect place to host their fête on the island. If offers a beachside wedding deck that faces the water and sets the tone for the outdoor ceremony. In addition, an all-white ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows on all sides, created a calming, ocean-inspired ambiance for their guests.”
The photographer continues,
“In keeping with their champagne color scheme, Rebekah chose champagne-colored silk dresses from designer Jenny Yoo for her bridesmaids. The florals by the local floral designer, Kato, featured an abundance of white and light pink roses, fresh greenery, and white ranunculus. The sprawling grounds and green turf created a beautiful locale for wedding party portraits under the palmetto trees. The bride opted for a stunning bridal ensemble by designer Elizabeth Lee, complete with a modern square neckline, hand beading floral motif throughout its length, and a jaw-dropping trumpeted silhouette and train.
Guests made their way from the deck to the Grand Ocean Terrace as the last daylight hit the horizon. The couple chose a long head table parallel to the oceanfront windows as the centerpiece of their reception design. An 8-foot floral wall installation,by Atlanta Flower Wall Co., greeted guests as they entered the reception space. Guests were then seated at round tables throughout the space, featuring tall compotes and golden candlelight.
As day transformed into night, the couple made their grand entrance, and spent their evening dancing the night away. A quick outfit change for the bride set the tone of the rest of the night. She changed into a short, sparkly number and Jeffrey Campbell pumps ! Rebekah & Anthony’s celebration became complete with some direct flash photos in the resort’s sumptuous lobby. and a bubble exit to close out the night. I am so thrilled we got to be a part of their magical wedding day with such a stellar group of vendors that made it all possible! Cheers to the newlyweds Rebekah & Anthony!”
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