WHAT A VIEW: Tiffany and Benjamin’s ceremony and reception overlooked the Folly River, held behind the Viewpoints house on Folly Beach.
ALL PACKED UP: Adding color and sentiment to the outdoor venue, suitcases Benjamin’s grandfather used in the Navy were stacked near the entrance.
MEET AND GREET: Tiffany, originally from Albany, Missouri, and Benjamin, of Salt Lake City, Utah, met while working together at a youth art center.
WORK OF ART(IST): Tiffany used her talents to handcraft the bold, bright invitation suite.
FRESHLY GATHERED: BPGE teamed with the Charleston Flower Market to work as many local flowers into the bouquets and live arrangements as possible.
KNOCK, KNOCK: With help from his brother, Ben made an altar out of antique Charleston doors he and Tiffany had stashed in their attic.
WINDOW TREATMENTS: Old windows were hung from tree branches, “opening the guests’ view up to the beautiful marsh and pine trees,” says the bride.
PERSONALIZED PEANUTS: “It was just too perfect,” says Tiffany of the repurposed guest book.
A KODAK MEMENTO: Accompanying the guest book were two antique cameras that belonged to Tiffany’s grandfather.
FAUX FLORA: Tiffany and her mother handcrafted 200 fabric flowers, saving money and adding a artsy touch.
A CHARMING LOOK: The couple incorporated portraits they painted of each other while dating into the wedding décor.
DINING OUT: Burlap table linens, repurposed wine bottles, wildflowers, and colorful vases gave the reception spreads a cheerful, earthy feel.
THE PERFECT PLACE: Tiffany and Benjamin say the Lowcountry was just right for their wedding.
ANTIQUE ROADSHOW: The dessert spread sat atop a vintage credenza the bride and groom found for just $35 at a thrift store.
SWEET TREATS: Rather than a wedding cake, the couple offered pies from Twenty Six Divine for dessert.