Flowers and Decor for a South Carolina Wedding

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For those of you sticking close to your home state for your wedding, you might be interested in maximizing that “homey” feel and incorporating it into your wedding. If you're planning a wedding in South Carolina, why not focus on the most famous of the state's historic exports and host a cotton themed fete? Find inspiration in a palette of silvery sage, whites, and a contrasting emerald green. Pair a rustic wedding invitation, burlap table runners, mismatched green bridesmaid dresses, cotton bouquets, and striped straws – you've got yourself such a pretty wedding! Interested? Then check out these suggestions for flowers and decor for a South Carolina wedding:

For those of you sticking close to your home state for your wedding, you might be interested in maximizing that "homey" feel and incorporating it into your wedding. If you're planning a wedding in South Carolina, why not focus on the most famous of the state's historic exports and host a cotton themed fete? Find inspiration in a palette of silvery sage, whites, and a contrasting emerald green. Pair a rustic wedding invitation, burlap table runners, mismatched green bridesmaid dresses, cotton bouquets, and striped straws – you've got yourself such a pretty wedding! Interested? Then check out these suggestions for flowers and decor for a South Carolina wedding:

Flowers and Decor for a South Carolina Wedding || Kiss My Tulle
Wedding Invitations // Cotton Bouquet (Image Courtesy of: Jasmine Star via Lauryl Lane) // Mismatched Green Bridesmaid Dresses (Image Courtesy of: Laura Nelson Photography via Decor 7) // Sage Bow Tie // Burlap Runner + Blue Ball Jar Centerpieces (Image Courtesy of: Paper Antler Photography via Style Me Pretty) // Paper Straws // contains affiliate links

See more South Carolina wedding inspiration here and find out how to get legally married in South Carolina here. Any of you planning a wedding in South Carolina?