The Girls of Sweetgrass Social
Meredith Severs and Jacqueline Volz
For a more unique look, Better Homes and Gardens suggests using bay leaves as garland.
Don’t have the time or budget to shop for holiday décor? Be resourceful and use what you’ve got. The Sweetgrass Social girls looked no further than their backyards to create this fantastic centerpiece.
We couldn't resist adding this rustic sweetgrass tree ornament featured on Charleston Home magazine's website.
It's simple enough to create on your own, but we’re sure a stroll through the market downtown will help you find a wide variety of fabulous sweetgrass treasures.
Whether you're throwing a big holiday bash or simply enjoying the company of your family, it's easy to add a little holiday spirit to your home. Happy decorating!
The reception was at the Renaissance Hotel in downtown Charleston, SC. http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/chsbr-renaissance-charleston-hotel-historic-district/
The night began with a beautiful cocktail hour and was followed by a delicious dinner(prepared by the staff of the Renaissance) resulting in a gorgeous night of wedded bliss! The staff at the hotel were such a pleasure to work with, and we can't wait to get a opportunity to work with them again. We also got the pleasure of working with the very talented Liz Duren. To see additional photographs, you can visit her site at http://www.lizduren.com/ . To view more of Lisa and Ben's wedding, you can visit http://www.lizduren.com/blog/lisa-and-ben/.
We wish Lisa and Ben all the best in their marriage!
Here are some pictures of their cocktail hour, dinner tables, and ballroom. Enjoy!...