October 10, 2020

This loving couple Nicole and Jason tied their fates on October 10, 2020, after two years of dating.  Despite the rainy and cool weather, the entire wedding atmosphere was filled with warmth, love and sincerity.

The bride’s wedding dress was truly dazzlingly beautiful. The dress with a train and a veil was decorated with amazing beaded embroidery. Elegant white stiletto heels harmoniously complemented the image of the bride. The groom’s light suit with a green vest and a colored bow tie perfectly matched the bride’s outfit. 

 The wedding  celebration took place in a luxury hotel in the city center. This is a great wedding venue. The rich interior of the halls and the panoramic views of the city from the rooms are simply breathtaking. The bride herself is from Charleston but lives in Washington, and this very view from the window is “native one” for her. The wedding hall is spacious for dancing and wedding competitions. The newlyweds managed to combine the tradition of jumping over a broomstick with a modern wedding ceremony. The decoration of the tables was just perfect. The newlyweds’ champagne glasses were engraved with their names. The wedding cake amazed everyone – it was decorated with white cream and bright flowers. 

The wedding ceremony was very solemn and touchy at the same time. The warmth of family relations reigned in the wedding atmosphere. Relatives and friends were sincerely happy to creation of a new family. 

It was rainy all day, but that’s not a problem for a professional photographer. The newlyweds looked great both during the day and against the backdrop of the city at night. It was a magical wedding with a genuine atmosphere and elegance.

Venue | Francis Marion Hotel

Wedding planer | Pop the Bubbly Events

Officiant | Deborah McKnight

Floral Design | Branch Design Studio

Hair + Makeup | Alores C. Norris

Bride’s Shoes | Calvin Klein

DJ / Band | Michael D Peifer

Men’s Attire | Mens Suit Warehouse

    Dennis Aliaksandrou: The Charleston Wedding Photographer

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    Dennis A. / Lead Photographer