History of the Lace House Wedding: There is something unique about hosting a special event in a historical home. The Lace House has architectural character that cannot be found elsewhere.
Began in 1854 and completed in 1855, the Lace House was the home of Thomas and Mary Caldwell Robertson, the youngest daughter of John Caldwell, who resided next door in the Caldwell-Boylston home.
John Caldwell was president of the South Carolina Railroad and gave the land for the Lace House to his daughter as a wedding gift. The house was designed by a French architect who designed homes in New Orleans and is of the French architectural style.
When Amber was asked to describe her ideal wedding… she said simple, clean, classy, timeless, and elegant!
Amber and Tanner met through Tinder and then realized they actually went to high school together and didn’t know it. Tanner was two grades ahead of Amber.
Tanner proposed to Amber on November 1, 2019, at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville, NC.
Since Amber is hot-natured and doesn’t like to sweat, they decided on a December wedding at the Lace House at Arsenal Hill in Columbia, SC.
They had already planned for an outdoor ceremony and reception, despite the surprise of dealing with the pandemic.
It was a chilly winter day with a little over 100 guests in attendance. They are now happily married after returning from a honeymoon trip to Antigua! #lifeisgraham
Cinema and Video: Cinema Couture
Reception Venue: SC Lace House
Musicians: EdgeWire Music
Dress Designer: Martina Liana
Dress Store: Gown Boutique of Charleston
Cake Designer: Bonnie Brunt Cakes
Bridesmaid Dresses: Kennedy Blue
Shoes: Bella Belle
Invitation Designer: ByFarr
Floral Designer: Carolina Blossoms
Equipment Rentals: Party Reflections
Caterer: Southern Way
Lighting: Ambient Media
Makeup Artist: Antonia Scott Beauty
Beauty: Studio O2
Event Designer: Meagan Warren Weddings
Photographer: Taylor Rae Photography