March 6, 2021

It was just an incredible and a very long-awaited wedding. Due to the pandemic, the newlyweds had to postpone the wedding a couple of times. But as you know, marriages are made in heaven and no earthly obstacles can prevent this. The path of Sarina and Devin’s relationship began in the 9th grade in the form of a strong friendship. Both of them were united by their love for animals. They had taken in many kittens and puppies, giving them love and care they needed before finding their forever homes. In fact, it is very cool when people have something that unites them with great strength and dedication. And this wonderful couple has it. After some time, their relationship took a different form and for 10.5 years they have been living in a wonderful world called “Love“. During the First Look, I realized how much this couple valued each other. Sarina and Devin chose an incredibly mesmerizing place for their First Look, under the big oak trees. It was very touching. Devin is a military man and just a tremendous sense of security comes from him. Sarina is really in good hands.

The wedding of this harmonious couple took place on March 6, 2021. Since Sarina and Devin grew up together in the Lowcountry and loved every moment of it, the wedding palette was in spring floral colors with soft greens. The Lowcountry natural beauty was their inspiration. The bride had a wonderful cream-colored dress on shoulder straps, with a long train and embroidery. Her loose blond hair was adorned with a fancy brooch. Natural make-up and manicure, an elegant thin golden chain and such a long-awaited wedding ring on the finger. The wedding bouquet was very spectacular – a mix of bright flowers and greenery. The groom was dressed in a blue suit and a white shirt with a blue jacket. A white rose adorned the chest pocket of his jacket. Friends of the groom were dressed in the same tone as the groom, and the bridesmaids were dressed in light blue dresses. The weather was wonderful, so the newlyweds and I, Hilton Head Island wedding photographer, took simply amazing photos with sincere emotions. 

The wedding venue was just gorgeous – Honey Horn Plantation, Hilton Head Island. A very spacious and bright open room, with rich floral decorations, served tables with snow-white tablecloths. At the Honey Horn you’ll find a unique Lowcountry setting in a natural surrounding beneath 300-400-year-old live Virginia oaks draped with Spanish moss, overlooking a picturesque salt marsh bog. The newlyweds pronounced their oaths of allegiance under powerful trees surrounded by the magical nature of Hilton Head Island. Wedding celebration took place in a wonderful wooden pavilion, which was flooded with sunlight. Wedding at Honey Horn Plantation did not leave anyone indifferent. All the guests sincerely congratulated the young couple and had fun. It was a great honor for me, wedding photographer at Honey Horn Plantation, to capture the happiest moments of starting a new family of Sarina and Devin.

Venue | Honey Horn Plantation

Wedding planner |  Robin Swift 

Officiant | Salvatore Savarese

Rental company | Carolina Weddings

Floral Design | Berkeley Flowers

Wedding Dress | The White Magnolia Bridal Collection Savannah – Formerly BleuBelle

Hair + Makeup | Hair – Nicole Gajewski at Kaleidoscope Salon; Makeup – Amy Ramirez at Salon Karma 

Bride’s Shoes | Sam Edelman

Bridesmaids Dresses | Bill Levkoff at Bella Bridesmaids

Men’s Attire | Calvin Klein

Catering | Roy’s Place Cafe & Catering

Stationery | Pro Digital Photos

Cake | Publix