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Family Homecoming
Written By: 
Jacqui Calloway
Photography By: 
Ron B. Wilson Photography

Lindsay Baker & Thomas Hutto; November 7, 2009, Yonges Island


Built in the 1930s by the groom’s great-grandfather, floated down the Intracoastal Waterway, re-established on the banks of the Dawhoo River on Yonges Island, and the site of many a Hutto family wedding, the River House at the Grove was the obvious locale for Lindsay Baker and Thomas Hutto’s nuptials last fall. Thomas, who has long taken his grandfather to the plantation home Sunday afternoons, readied the property for a year alongside his uncles, stepfather, and the Hutto patriarch, too. “The most rewarding part,” says Lindsay, “was getting my breath taken away at how beautiful the River House looked. It was better than I ever could have imagined.”

Be Local
Every element of the wedding fit the location, like these oyster shucking knife favors from Berlin’s Restaurant Supply, Inc.


Vendors

Band: The Brothership
Bridal Gown:  Judd Waddell from Bridals by Lori
Cake: Wedding Cakes by Elisabeth Hanckel: (843) 568-3008; ehcakes@yahoo.com
Catering: Lowcountry Eats
Groom's Suit:  JoS. A. Bank; tie from Southern Proper
Groomsmen's Suits:  JoS. A. Bank; tie from Southern Proper
Photographer: Ron B. Wilson Photography
Departing Boat: The Blue Moon
Transportation: Black Cab
Florals: Charleston Flower Market
Rentals: Hughes Rentals
Stationery: RSVP Shoppe: (843) 577-9470; Sas-E-Ink: (843) 577-2774; Calligraphy by Request
Wedding design & coordination: Courtney Parades of Fini Events




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