We’re down to the final four!
As you all know we were so excited to be asked to be the wedding planner for the “Sharing the Romance” wedding giveaway at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, and now we are down to the final four couples!
We need your help voting for your favorite couple who will be given the chance to have their dream wedding Magnolia Plantation in February. You can see the final couples and their submission videos on the Magnolia Plantation website.
Good Luck to each couple and we can’t wait to work with you to plan your dream wedding!
We are so excited to be featured not once but twice in the latest issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine!
This past summer we were so happy to be apart of a 20 year vow renewal at the Sanctuary on Kiawah Island. The two day event began with a welcome party when guests arrived to the island, followed the next day with the Vow Renewal ceremony, dinner, and dancing by candle light. How romantic!
Secondly our favorite florist, Judy Johnston did the flowers for the photo shoot featured in the magazine. Not only can her work be seen in the magazine, but more images of the flowers can be seen online at http://www.charlestonmag.com/weddings/main.
In the latest issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine, Engaging Events was featured in an article about planning your Vow Renewal, based on the 20 year vow renewal we did this past summer at the Sanctuary on Kiawah Island!
“A vow renewal ceremony is so special because it celebrates where the couple has been, where they are now, and where they want to be,” says Cindy Zingerella of Engaging Events. When Sonya and Robert, married 20 years, wanted to commemorate the spot of their first kiss (outside the Sanctuary at Kiawah Island), they hired Cindy to create the “wedding” Sonya had always dreamed of. Cindy created a flower-filled setting that framed the couple as they spoke their vows and threw an elegant dinner resplendent in white.”
Engaging Events is so excited to have two weddings in the Spring/Summer 2011 Issue of Charleston Wedding Magazine!
Chloe and Preston met in Spain and when they began planning their wedding they wanted to incorporate details special to them. They had met in Spain so it only seemed appropriate to tie in Spanish details!
The ceremony under an oak tree with church pews, umbrellas, and hand fans to keep guest cool in August heat.
At the reception, everyone enjoyed family, friends, Spanish inspired food and great music,
For more pictures and to read the entire article visit Charleston Wedding Magazine