Rehearsal Dinner: Megan & Mihir

Megan and Mihir kicked off their wedding weekend at The Old Village Post House in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Calder Clark designed and planned the party, and my buddies at A Bryan Photo took the photos…

The decor was a charming blend of classic and modern – I love those cork-wrapped candle holders!

Venue: Old Village Post House in Mount Pleasant, SC

Flowers: Blossoms Events

Stationery: Dulles Designs

Linens: DC Rental

Congratulations Megan and Mihir, and thank you to A Bryan Photo and Calder Clark Designs for sharing these photos and details with us!

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  • Sarah @ Foglio Press says:

    What a pretty event! I love those table cards with the animals on them!

  • Ellen Wilkinson says:

    I love the table cards too! And the beautiful stand they are in…

  • Anonymous says:

    I saw this couple in the 2010 edition of Real Simple Weddings! They have great taste–loved their wedding, too.

  • Megan says:

    The table cards are actually our favors. For each event we had over the weekend, we made a donation to a charity that meant something personal to us. For this event, we made a donation to Heifer International in honor of our guests– we used these cards to describe the gift that had been made in their honor to each guest. Our other charities were LowCountry Golden Retriever Rescue foundation and Lowcountry AIDS services.

  • kristi says:

    So pretty. I love the rack that holds the table cards. I picked one up a couple of months ago from Smith & Hawken when they were closing the store in my town. I had planned to use it just like this! Mine is a standing one with a lot more spaces, but for $40 it was a steal! Can't wait to use it. Thanks for sharing.


  • Jolette says:

    Beautiful, very personal photographs! B/W is just the best. Love the use of ribbons on that card stand.

  • the delicious details- a wedding blog says:

    I love the stand for the name cards..I have been searching for unique ideas! Thanks!

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