The Lexingtonienne

May27th

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Over the past several weeks, The Hubs and I have been to THREE fabulous weddings celebrating the unions of some of our closest friends. Here are some highlights from the joyful occasions.

JENNY & ART IN MALIBU

Jenny & Art were married at the Adamson House, a gorgeous estate nestled by the Pacific Ocean.

Lots of colors everywhere…

And there was dining al fresco, by the ocean, with beautifully decorated tables. Each table was a little bit different. I totally stole a peony off of one at the end of the night.

Bollywood-style dancers!

The crowd was SO. INTO. IT.

But Art & Jenny weren’t so sure about THIS part:

Dinner was a better moment.

MELISSA & MARK IN SANTA BARBARA

Melissa & Mark said their I do’s at Trinity Episcopal Church and celebrated afterwards at the Four Seasons Biltmore. This is the same hotel where The Hubs and I got engaged, and it’s pretty amazing.

I love a church wedding. This was the first one we’d been to since our own :)

The groom watches the bride coming down the aisle…

Mark & Melissa were shuttled around in style.

The bride loved her Louboutins. Can you blame her??

They had hilarious life-size cut-outs made of themselves, which, fortunately, made their way to the dance floor.

MARY BETH & MARTY IN CHARLESTON

Does it get any better than historic Charleston? More on that later. Mary Beth & Marty made it official at the Palmer Home, a stunning bed & breakfast perched right on the Battery.

Hot pink accents everywhere…

The Palmer Home’s Battery view offered the perfect backdrop. During the reception, a light rain began to fall while the sun was still shining, and a gorgeous rainbow stretched itself across the sky over the Cooper River. It was like their wedding day winked at them. Of course I didn’t have my camera on hand at that moment, so you’ll have to take my word for it.

Below, the bride and groom are sitting on a joggling board — a super fun seat you see on porches all over Charleston. This was Marty’s wedding gift to Mary Beth. He even put hot pink bows on it. Good boy.

CAKE!

All gone :(

And a sparkler send-off.

Congratulations and best wishes to Mr. & Mrs. Lyons, Mr. & Mrs. Marinaccio, and Mr. & Mrs. Richard!!!

Love,

Hannah

4 Comments

  • Comment by HaleyD — May 27, 2010 @ 2:36 pm

    Beautiful weddings and beautiful brides! Your pictures are amazing! Are you using Photo Shop? What lens are you using?

  • Comment by Hannilou — May 27, 2010 @ 3:12 pm

    Sissy, I haven’t used any photo editing at all aside from cropping on just one of the photos. On some of the photos I used my 18-105mm kit lens, and on others I used my 50mm fixed lens.

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  • Comment by melonie — September 22, 2012 @ 9:50 am

    My company Just for Fun Inc. in Charleston,S.C. built the joggling board of your friend Mary Beth who is in the wedding photo.Would it be possible to put that photo on my Facebook page Just for Fun Joggling Boards?Thank for your consideration.
    Melonie S Pinckney

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