Jennifer and Travis are…. fun, perfect for each other, compassionate, sweet, smart, funny, down-to-earth, and a match made in heaven. Jennifer was voted “Teacher of the Year” for Dorchester County Schools and is in the running for the state award. Travis has played some serious football in his time(betcha couldn’t guess that, though). Parents love them, kids love them, I love them…
Jennifer has a DIY streak. She knew what she wanted and set about making it happen. There are lots of personal touches…like the vintage family photographs displayed beautifully in the antique deli counter. And the antique homemade quilts that lined the candy bar. Their “B” monogram graced the tea cakes to the coffee stirrers. She even convinced the very manly men of the family to hoist a Christmas tree over the serving table, having it dangle upside down by cables. The trees were decorated with ornaments that served as personalized favors for the guests.
This fun-loving couple didn’t let the cold or the rain dampen their day. The smiles were plentiful as guests indulged in a warm and hearty brunch of lowcountry favorites. It was served by the groom’s parents who own the restaurant that hosted the reception at Main Street BBQ.
Another insight into Jennifer and Travis’ spontaneous and carefree nature, they shot all of their photos in the rain without a fuss. Boy, they made me proud! We had planned months before the have an elaborate outdoor shoot at the old train station and under the live oaks…something I must admit I had my heart set on. But these two suggested we go around the side of the restaurant because the wall “looks pretty neat”. : ) I love these guys! This wedding was my last one of 2010 and makes me smile just thinking back on it.
Jennifer and Travis wed in Branchville United Methodist Church. The reception was hosted and catered by Main Street BBQ of Branchville. Jennifer’s hair and makeup were done by Chris Venesky in Charleston. Jennifer found her gown at Fabulous Frocks in downtown Charleston.