Taylor and Logan were married in May at the Wingate Plantation in Charleston. First of all, can we just talk about how lovely this field of wildflowers is?! When I asked Taylor and Logan to walk into the middle of it and Logan just leaned down and swooped her up, my heart might have skipped a beat :) As I think I mentioned in Taylor’s bridal portrait post, the first time we met we discovered that we might be twins. Not only do we have our name in common, but we are both the oldest child, come from a biracial family, and currently live in each other’s hometowns. While I moved to Charleston a few years ago, she just moved to the Seattle area, where I’m from! It was meant to be :) I had met Taylor a few times before her wedding, but Logan was stationed in Washington during their engagement. When I met him on their wedding day, I immediately liked him and could tell exactly why Taylor was so in love with him. He and his groomsmen were at the same time respectful, hilarious, and easy-going. The perfect group of groomsmen! Like I’ve said for most of my May weddings this year, the forecast called for a 90-100% chance of rain throughout the week, and come wedding day, all the gray clouds cleared out before their ceremony. Their ceremony took place under the huge waterfront tree, with gorgeous pews they had brought in. Taylor and Logan, thank you so much for letting me celebrate your wedding day with you!
Thank you to all the wonderful vendors who made Taylor and Logan’s day possible!