Real Wedding | Savannah Destination Wedding at Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum
We are so excited to finally be able to celebrate and showcase this lovely couple! Grace and Sean's love story was to unfold in the Lowcountry, where they had initially planned their Savannah destination wedding for September 2021.
Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, they were forced to make the difficult decision to postpone their special day. However, a year later, they finally celebrated their love in a stunning garden ceremony at the Scarbrough Garden, located in the enchanting Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. Join us as we dive into the details of their memorable wedding, showcasing the simple yet elegant design that perfectly complemented Savannah's natural beauty.
Simple & Elegant Wedding Design
Grace and Sean's vision for their wedding was rooted in the charm and elegance of a traditional Southern celebration. The couple wanted a wedding design that was simple and elegant and reflected the surrounding gardens. As part of this design, they opted for a wedding color palette of blues, white, and modern gold accents.
Garden Wedding Ceremony
When exploring venues for Grace and Sean's Savannah destination wedding, the couple fell in love with the William Scarborough House & Gardens in the historic district of Savannah. The couple loved the charm of the house facade and surrounding gardens, so we opted for no ceremony backdrop and used wood cross chairs. As the largest private garden in Savannah, the venue itself boasted an abundance of natural beauty and provided an idyllic setting for Grade and Sean's vows.
Savannah Destination Wedding Reception
The wedding reception took place under the courtyard of the Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum, where the couple's simple and classic garden wedding vision continued to shine. With a mix of round and long tables, the reception incorporated both tall and low centerpieces adorned with white florals and lush greenery.
We designed a variety of different table styles to create some visual interest in what would typically be a fairly plain space. Some tables were dressed simply with pillar candles in the perfect blue that matched the blue linen napkins, while others were decorated with dusty blue runners and classic white floral arrangements. Gray Harper Florals incorporated lush greenery almost everywhere in the reception space. From the stage facade to the dancefloor ceiling to the barbacks, it beautifully echoed the garden surroundings of the venue.
Grace and Sean's Savannah destination wedding showcased the city's timeless charm and captured their love in unforgettable moments. Every detail reflected their vision of simplicity and elegance, from the delicate white blooms and greenery arrangements to the intimate ceremony in the Scarbrough Garden. Whether you're planning a local wedding or dreaming of a destination celebration, our team is here to bring your unique vision to life. Get in touch and let us help create your dream wedding, wherever it may be!
Photography | Kati Rosado Photography
Design + Panning | Design Studio South
Florist | Gray Harper Florals
Hair + Makeup | Emma Collins Beauty
Venue + Bar | Ships of The Sea Maritime Museum
Ceremony Music | All About You Entertainment
Catering | JThomas Kitchen
Cake + Desserts | Vanilla And The Bean
Band | The Midnight City Band
Rentals | Event Works Rentals + Amazing Event Rentals
Linens | BBJ La Tavola
Invitations | Bride
Day of Paper Goods + Signs | Low Country Paper Co.
Dress | Watters Designs
Rings | Plumb Gold