August 28, 2022
Erin and Adam met as DJs for the Furman University radio station and became friends.
Eight years later, Erin moved to New York City, where Adam was attending grad school, and they began dating. Nine years later, Adam took Erin to the Lazy Goat to fete her new job and added to the celebration by proposing between dinner and crème brûlée. The ceremony and reception were held in the event space above M. Judson Booksellers in downtown Greenville.
The venue and decor choices were inspired by the couple’s vintage wedding ensembles and accessories from the 1930s. Erin’s cream lace gown, made between 1933-35 and discovered on eBay, featured long sleeves and a train, and was accented with a vintage sequined headpiece and her mother’s 1977 veil. Kendra at Laurel Creek Florals created 1930s-inspired bridal bouquets, and Jack Robert Photography incorporated the composition of 1930s wedding portraits into the photos.
Erin, who works in theatrical costume production, and Adam who works in marketing, music composition, and performance, live in Greenville.
Photos by Jack Robert Photography
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