Tag Archive: Richard Bell Photography

Autumn and Philip’s Wedding

Photos by: Richard Bell Photography

Anna and Billy’s Wedding

Photos by: Richard Bell Photography

Liz and Jeff’s Wedding

Photos by: Richard Bell Photography

Borrowed and Blue

Anna and William’s charming wedding at Magnolia Plantation has been featured this week! There were so many beautiful details and Richard Bell Photography was able to capture it all!

 

Borrowed and Blue

Engaging Events Published in Charleston Weddings Magazine

We are so ecstatic for Katie and Bobby’s “Sharing the Romance” Wedding Giveaway Feature in the Fall-Winter edition of Charleston Weddings Magazine!  A HUGE thank you goes out to everyone involved for making this wedding come together flawlessly and for everyone’s hard work!Congratulations again to the AMAZING couple, Katie and Bobby.  Thank you for letting us be apart of a truly special day, you two deserved it!  We wish you both all the best!

  

 

For more photos and vendor information visit the online feature at CharlestonMag.com!

 

Sharing the Romance in Charleston SC

After months of planning, Katie and Bobby’s “Sharing the Romance” Wedding at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens came together on February 9th, 2013.

What better way to show off the lovely details and thank all of the vendors for their generous donations and hardwork than to feature their wedding on the Wedding Row and in the Post and Courier on Valentines Day!

Katie and Bobby found out they won giveaway hosted by Magnolia Plantation and Gardens last August.  Katie and Bobby were both deloyed in Afaganistan when they heard about the giveaway with special permission were able to see each other to make their video submission that put them in the running for the $50,000 wedding in Charleston, South Carolina.  Once they made it into the top four their families began campainging for them here in the states, while across the world in Afganistan, friends of Katie and Bobby were also voting and the rest is history!

We were so honored to be apart of such a special day and wish all the best to Katie and Bobby.  Congratulations to you both!  Thank you to all of the vendors who helped make this event possible, Magnolia Plantation, Charleston Wedding Magazine,  Snyder, EventWorks, Vanity Salon, Fabulous Frocks, Mosaic Catering, Tiger Lily Florist, Judy Johnston of Engaging Events, Ice Box, Complete Music, Mel of Richard Bell Photography, Classical Charleston, Mist-a-Misquito, Atlantic Tent, Charleston Place Hotel, Scotti Cline Designs, Calligraphy by Request, Davids Tuxedo, Elaine Mincey “Elaines Events”, and A Charleston Wedding.

 

Sharing the Romance

Last week was such a busy week! We finially met with Katie and Bobby, winners of the Sharing the Romance wedding giveaway.  The first stop of the day was a press conference at Magnolia Plantation.  Here is a link to the write up in the Post and Courier.

After the press conference we walked through the ceremony and reception space and began brainstorming ideas!  There will be lots of red, gold and camelia’s!  The next two days were filled meeting with all of the wonderful vendors we will be working with, we had a very long to do list for Katie and Bobby!  In their two day visit to Charleston, they met with Sarah Black, owner of Fabulous Frocks to find a dress, Ice Box to beging looking at bar options, ginger apple mojito specialty drink? YUM!

Katie and Bobby also had their engagement session with Mel Bell, from Richard Bell Photography, discussed ceremony flowers with Gayla from Tiger Lily Florist, and met with Elaine Mincey about their cakes (there will be a trio of cakes!). Finially, we met with Micheal from Mosiac Catering to create a lowcountry menu of shrimp & grits and BBQ before ending the two days of meeting with Scottie Cline about inviations.  It was a busy two days and there is still a lot to do!   We will keep everyone posted!

 

 

Engagement Session

Katie and Bobby, winners of the Sharing the Romance wedding giveaway,

had their engagement session with Mel Bell from Richard Bell Photography this week!

Of course the photos were shot at Magnolia Plantation and Gardens!