Candace and Carlton had a beautifully artistic wedding in Columbia, South Carolina. They married at the Columbia Museum of Art.
From the bride: “We wanted to have a simple, elegant wedding. We’re both minimalists, so we appreciate simplicity. We decided to have one person each stand up for us.”
Sticking to the idea of a minimalistic wedding, the couple’s colors were white and gold, which fit their theme of elegant simplicity quite perfectly.
Since their wedding occurred at the Columbia Museum of Art, the venue was already decorated with art and they didn’t need to do much more.
The couple incorporated bright golden drapery, gold chairs with white cushions for guests, and lined the aisle with white floral arrangements in gold vases.
The bride and bride’s mother put together all of the floral arrangements the day before their artistic wedding, which ended being a fun, pre-wedding bonding activity.
The new Mr. and Mrs. had a pandemic wedding, so they thought it was safest to forgo the traditional reception with a sit down dinner. They opted for an outdoor, courtyard cocktail hour to allow guests to spread out even more and get fresh air.
Venue: Columbia Museum of Art//Second Shooter: Jay Elocin Photography//Ceremony Location: Columbia Museum of Art//Accomodations: Liquid Assets//Cinema and Video: Your World On Film//DJ: DJ 3XL//Other: Event Rentals//Lighting: Ambient Media//Cinema and Video: TMI Productions//Makeup Artist: Shades of Kim Beauty LLC//Caterer: Blue Marlin Signature Catering//Photographer: Kim Craven Photography