Erin & Jason
Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina
From the photographer:
“Magical is the best way to describe the day. Jason and Erin vowed to be together at the magnificent Boone Hall Plantation in front of their family and friends. Two people so devoutly in love, and two families so excited for their union. You couldn’t help but smile as Erin walked down the aisle. She shared silent moments with her Dad, and you noticed the moment when her smile turned into a kiss and a tear goodbye as her Dad gave her away. The reception started with more enthusiasm from guests than ever seen before. Friends joined them on the dance floor all night long. They danced, smiled, laughed and hugged until the music stopped. As Jason and Erin made their exit through sparklers, they stopped, shared a kiss and turned to their parents to thank them, which was a perfect ending to a perfect night.”
Dress Designers (from left to right): Allure Bridals and Justin Alexander
Every detail of Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds’ Sept. 9 wedding has been kept a secret, except for the venue and dress. Here’s what we know: According to Martha Stewart Weddings, Lively wore an off-white Marchesa dress with a silk tulle bodice adorned with crystal and rose gold embroidery. From these details, the dresses pictured above could be a cross between what she walked down the aisle in. It’s too bad that we have to wait for exclusive pictures from Martha Stewart Weddings until December, but for now why not take a look at our dress gallery for inspiration.
Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds were married Sept. 9 at Boone Hall Plantation in Mount Pleasant, S.C. Its rustic charm and lush gardens attracted the pair to this venue, but what’s most surprising of all is that they managed to keep their nuptials a secret and so did their planners at Martha Stewart Weddings! It may also look familiar because it was used in the 2004 film “The Notebook” as the summer home of Allie (Rachel McAdams). See what others have thought about Boone Hall Plantation-read their reviews!
Photos (from top to bottom): Boone Hall Plantation