October 24, 2021
To fall in love with someone who reciprocates is a miracle in itself. That miracle happened between Rachael and David. In this complicated world, they found each other and decided to keep and multiply their happiness. On October 24, 2021, Rachael and David’s paths came together. They became husband and wife and had the celebration of their dreams.
The Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina was chosen as the location for the wedding. The ceremony was held on the pier. The bridesmaids in beautiful dresses of a sea wave color, friends of the groom in gray suits, complemented by gray butterflies and white boutonnieres opened the celebration.
The groom wore a business gray suit with a white bowtie. A neat boutonniere with white flowers adorned his jacket. He waited impatiently for his beloved to come out.
And finally the bride appeared. She walked like a queen under her father’s arm along the long wooden pier. She wore a gorgeous white dress with a strapless train. Her head was adorned with an original ornament and a long veil. In her hands she held a bouquet of fresh flowers, dried flowers in warm hues, and feathers.
They first saw each other in a Charleston bar. However, Rachael and David went on their first date after texting on a dating website. Since both lived in Charleston, they had no doubt that they wanted to celebrate in their native places.
We asked the newlyweds what they liked most about each other. Rachael loved David’s steadfastness and integrity. She said he was the kind of man who would do anything for family or friends. David emotionally answered that his beloved was beautiful inside and out. He found her intelligence and faultless morals very attractive.
As a team of wedding photographers, we were excited to capture the happiness of this stunning couple.
Venue | Charleston Harbor Marina
Wedding planner | Reynolds Treasures
Officiant | John Collart
Wedding dress | Bridals by Jodi
Makeup | Silhouette On Site
Bridesmaids dresses | Birdy Grey
Men’s attire | Jos. A. Bank
Cake | Duck Donuts
Dennis A. / Lead Photographer