October 9, 2022

The beauty of love is its unexpectedness. Natalie & Nathan trusted their new feelings. And now they feel the happiest on this planet.

On October 9, 2022 Citadel Beach Club welcomed the couple with sunshine, green palm trees and wonderful locations by the water. Sunsets on the shore there deserved special attention. The ceremony was held outdoors. Under the enchanting music of violins they said the cherished “yes” to each other.

The main colors of the wedding were mint green, slate gray with white and blue accents. Inspired by the ocean and the breeze of the waves, they wanted to make this day special, but at the same time cozy.

The bride appeared in a white dress with open shoulders. The fitted silhouette transitioned beautifully into a delicate train.

The groom chose for this day a black suit with a vest. The image was complemented by a tie and a handkerchief in the color of the sea wave.

Charleston was chosen for the wedding because the bride and groom lived here. Many significant events and memories were associated with this city.

Nathan made a touching marriage proposal at the Pitt Street Bridge. While walking around, the couple opened boxes of memorabilia. The first box said “will,” the second box said “you,” and the third box said “marry me.” When the phrase came together, he got down on one knee in front of her and repeated those cherished words.

Our team of Charleston wedding photographers were happy to congratulate Natalie & Nathan on this important event in their love story. Create your happy picture of married life together. Become each other’s support and encouragement.

Venue | The Citadel Beach Club

Wedding planning | Direct My Day

Rental | Snyder Rentals

Floral Design | Petal and Peach

Hair and Makeup | Lashes and Lace Bridal Hair and Makeup

DJ | Pinnacle Weddings

Music | Palmetto Strings

Catering | Top Shelf Catering

Wedding dress | Bridal House of Charleston

Men’s attire | Men’s Wearhouse

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    Dennis A. / Lead Photographer