What a Handful: Terri Tezza of Ooh! Events assembled bridesmaids bouquets of geraniums
and scabiosa pods.
SEALED WITH A KISS: After a year of dating
Moyer proposed to Mary with an antique family ring.
NATURAL NOTES: Pale green hydrangeas tucked into taupe woven cones hung along the aisle.
BEAT THE HEAT: Guests fended off warm temps with laser-cut sandalwood folding fans from theknot.com.
WHAT A HANDFUL: Terri Tezza with Ooh! Events created a bouquet of antique white roses interspersed with fresh greens. As for the setting? It’s the deck of The Cotton Dock.
TEars of Joy: Teardrop-shaped vases dangled elegantly above the couple without drawing guests’ attention away from their vows.
HEAD OVER HEELS: “Moyer and I just love being around each other all the time
” Mary says.
DRESS TO IMPRESS: Mary says she is “still absolutely in love” with her Jenny Packham gown from White on Daniel Island.
POWER OF A LITTLE FLOWER: An eye-catching boutonniere complemented Moyer’s poplin suit from Joseph A. Banks.
SIMPLE SWEETS: Lauren Mitterer of WildFlour Pastry baked a four-layer confection that she then ringed with wooden shoots banded together with pale pink ribbon.
THE DOCK: “The environment was part of the backdrop for our wedding
" says Mary. "There was no need to over-embellish the beauty around us.”
TINY TOUCHES: Small details brightened the evening
like a vibrant peony spilling from this charmingly tarnished antique silver vessel.
CASCADING CUTIES: Old-fashioned antique roses