October 23, 2021

On a sunny, warm day on October 23, 2021, there was one more happily married couple in the world. Sharian and Tyler said “I do”. The venue for the wedding was The Island House. A magical location with spectacular natural photo booths. We took photos on an old wooden pier, against a backdrop of snow-white boats, but especially against an incredible sunset – it turned out very romantic.

The ceremony in The Island House took place outdoors under a square arch decorated with flowers. The guest seating areas were decorated with dried flowers and feathers. The perfectly combined details made this wedding truly special. The color scheme was perfectly chosen. A stylish combination of autumnal pastel shades, gray, white, and green.

Sharian chose an elegant fitted dress with an open back. The transparent sleeves and the top of the outfit are embroidered with lace. The bright bouquet, inspired by the theme of autumn, deserved special attention. The bridesmaids wore dresses in soft shades of gray, beige and peach.

The groom appeared before the guests in a gray suit. The bright details of his image were a tie and a boutonniere of peach color. Suspenders and bowties for friends of the groom were chosen of the same tone.

The couple had a beautiful wine unity ceremony. They poured a drink from their two glasses into one and drank it. This ritual was a symbol that they were now going on with their lives together.

Our team of wedding photographers in Charleston were happy to capture your couple’s most iconic wedding moments. Enjoy, love, pamper and cherish each other. After all, love makes us better.

Venue | The Island House

Officiant | Jasmine Salley

Wedding dress | Modern Trousseau

Makeup | Silhouette On Site

Bridesmaids dresses | Kennedy Blue

Men’s attire | Generation Tux

Cake | Sweet Rhi

Catering | Duvall Catering & Events

Floral design | MDK Blooms

Rentals | The French Eclectic

Band | The Vistas Band

    Dennis Aliaksandrou: The Charleston Wedding Photographer

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    Dennis A. / Lead Photographer