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  • Trend Watch: 2014’s Color in Bloom

    By admin · 01.17.14 · Posted in Inspiration, Weddings

    If PANTONE® has it right, the New Year comes with a pop of fresh, bold attitude courtesy of 2014’s color of the year Radiant Orchid - and we must say, we love it! This isn’t your grandmother’s lilac. The latest “IT shade” is a perfect accent to liven up any Charleston wedding. It’s fun, modern and most important for our oh-so-creatively brilliant brides – versatile! Check out how great this hue looks in everything from bridal bouquets to table décor.

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  • All Things Engagement Rings

    By admin · 01.07.14 · Posted in

    Sparkle, Shine and Auld Lang Syne! We love the joy and excitement a New Year brings, especially from the ladies touting one brand-new and major piece of jewelry unwrapped over the holidays. We’re looking at you, Ms. Bride-to-Be! And more so, that gorgeous sparkler on your ring finger.

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  • A Year in Review

    By admin · 12.20.13 · Posted in

    The past 365 days brought lots of sweet moments to our four historic wedding venues. We are looking back on a fabulous year, with the glimmer of new glowing brides ready to make their debut in 2014.William Aiken House pergola

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  • Wedding Party Gifts Yule Love

    By admin · 12.12.13 · Posted in

    ‘Tis the season of giving, and when it comes to unique gifts for your wedding party, look no further – the Patrick Properties elves have rounded up the perfect wish list inspired by our favorite weddings in Charleston (plus a few local finds). After all, where else does the spirit of hospitality shine brighter than here in the Lowcountry?

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  • Inspiration: Winter Whimsy

    By admin · 12.06.13 · Posted in

    Holidays in Charleston are magical. Twinkling lights in Marion Square, bustling shops along  the historic Market and charming cobblestone streets reminiscent of a Dickens Christmas tale make the Holy City an impossibly romantic backdrop for visitors throughout the season. With mild temperatures and a full calendar of events, we can think of no better inspiration for a winter-wonderland wedding.

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  • Something Old, Something New: Making Traditions Uniquely Yours

    By admin · 11.14.13 · Posted in

    It’s been said that holidays, like weddings, have a special way of bringing people together… and more often then not, a crowd as varied as your Thanksgiving Day table spread. And you know what? That blend of cultures, family backgrounds and even accents is what makes your wedding that much better.

    Precious family traditions and a fresh beginning as Mr. & Mrs. are the “something old, something new” that make your big day uniquely yours. Embrace them!

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  • Define Your Design

    By admin · 11.07.13 · Posted in

    Your date is set, venue booked – at last, you can finally share the news with your family, friends and eager guests who’ve been begging for details since that sparkler graced your ring finger: Save the Date! You’re Invited! We’re Getting Married!

    Your wedding announcements can be a great way to set the tone for your celebration, as well as a reflection of your unique couple style.  And while opinions may differ on the traditional rules of etiquette, also remember that there are no hard and fast rules. When it comes to design and even delivery – YouTube music video anyone? – this is your opportunity to have fun, get creative and be yourselves! Wondering where to start? Our Patrick Properties team is here to help point you in the right direction with a few key questions to keep in mind, along with some of our favorite invitation suites across our historic Charleston wedding venues.

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  • No Tricks, Just Treats

    By admin · 10.31.13 · Posted in Weddings

    Love is sweet, especially when it's shared - and especially with your Charleston wedding guests!

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