Madeline and Joe's wedding embraced the beauty of the Lowcountry and their passion for the coast. The couple wed on the front steps of the historic Rose Hill Mansion, a fine example of a Southern plantation home from the Civil War period. Dressed in a stunning lace gown by Sassi Holiford fitting for this historic venue, the bride entered the ceremony with a string quartet playing an ensemble that will take your breath away. The reception took place on property under a clear top tent that was among a canopy of illuminated moss draped oaks. Color popped from the ceiling and tabletops in shades of coral and teal with gold embellishments sprinkled throughout. You'll love the juxtaposition of the coastal chic design placed among the property's century-old southern plantation home. From the tent draping and custom painted chandeliers to the mix of table linens and styles, their wedding was full of carefully thought out and well planned details that represented the couple's unique style and passion for the local area. Entertainment that evening was provided by JLK Events as they kept the dance floor packed the entire evening. At the end of the night, Madeline and Joe exited the mansion through a row of sparklers into a vintage car.