Tiffany & Frank – Intimate Charleston Wedding {part 2}

After a casual, creek side rehearsal dinner, an elegant, garden affair was the perfect atmosphere for Tiffany & Frank’s intimate Charleston wedding. They chose the lawn of the Governor Thomas Bennett House. Following the ceremony, the guests enjoyed a dinner beneath the stars, as the couple arranged for a 7 course tasting menu to be served to guests al fresco, in the property’s “grotto.” Lights, glass beads, and chandeliers were strung from the willow branches above the dining table, and with the Bob Williams Duo stroking the violin, Chef and Restaurateur, Bob Carter came out to present each course to the guests, explaining the preparation of each selection. The menu follows.


While guests were enjoying their meal, to their surprise, the bride and groom had planned a performance by the Voices of Deliverance Gullah Singers. The singers came dancing and singing into the garden grotto, dressed colorful, traditional Gullah attire, and serenaded the bride and groom and their guests with joyful soul and gospel songs.