Travel Thursday – Travel Bliss in Charleston Part II

Washington, D.C. couple Tamika and Juan traveled to Charleston to say, "I Do" at the historic Legare Waring House.

So now that you know what to do, see and eat in Charleston, here is a handy-dandy cheat sheet of trusted vendors to help you plan your wedding in the charming southern city. All of these folks should be used to working with out-of-town couples who might not reside anywhere near Charleston. A huge and sincere thank-you to Dr. Valerie Frazier-Gresham of the Charleston Multicultural Bridal and Events Association for assisting with this list.


Sanctuary Hall

Lowcountry Park Venues (Cooper River Room, Founders Hall, Legare Waring House – pictured above)

Wedding Planners

Tanis J. Events

SIM Concierge Events & Design

Your Signature Events by Michelle Summers


Vintage Noire Photography

Jason Cordes Photography

Fia Forever Photography

Hair & Makeup

Charleston Events Hair & Makeup

Lash DeLuxe Bridal Beauty


Flowers by Frankie

Wild Flowers, Inc.


Benjamin Dennis (Personal Chef)

Carolima’s Southern Cuisine


Flowers by Frankie

Wildflowers, Inc.


Brown Sugar Custom Cakes

Rochelle’s Cakebox

Bridal Attire

DeBorah’s Bridal

*BONUS* – If you and/or your guests are searching for something fun and off the beaten path to do while in Charleston, consider a day trip to Kiawah Island. The beautiful and serene beaches, world-class golf courses and relaxed atmosphere will make you forget you’re still in the U.S.!

 If you reach out to any of the vendors above, be sure to mention sent ya!

View a touching video from Tamika and Juan’s wedding day here. Get Triple B’s insider travel tips on America’s other favorite wedding destination, Las Vegas, here.

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  1. now i wanna go to kiawah island too! that pic is beautiful!!!

  2. Bridgette Bridgette says:

    @Marie – You should go! Kiawah Island is just one of the many under-the-radar islands right off the coast of South Carolina and Georgia. There are many and from what I hear they’re all beautiful.

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