Fireflies, peaches, and a quaint park wedding in South Carolina #Wedding Porn#DIY#outdoor#simple wedding#south carolina August 31 | Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Charlotte and Jeremiah somehow managed to pull off the following amazingness on a low budget. Brae Howard Photography captured the summery DIY moments in a lovely park in North Augusta, South Carolina. Charlotte's lace shrug is the perfect accompaniment to her off-white, sheer, layer-y dress. And those shoe's were from Old Navy! Adorable and affordable. Their hand-drawn, hand-scribed invitation has a gorgeous vintage feel. And everyone loves swans. It's a fact. Look at these two. Jeremiah is owning that ultra light blue suit and dickie bow. Anyone in a bow tie gets major bonus points. The men took their cue from the bride's shoes with their blue saddle action. And suspenders! And those chic little Rosemary boutonnières are fantastic. Definitely a good example of less is more. Related Post Jen & David's laid-back Tennessee barbecue wedding These two were not getting married -- no way, no how. Except then they did, which made the whole shebang offbeat in itself. On top... Read more Red and blue loveliness and more awesome beards! A lot of their friends contributed to the day. Charlotte's brother and friend sang at the wedding and played banjo and accordion. Could this be any simpler? There is no need to go nuts with flowers when you're surrounded by forest. I love the simple wildflowers behind them. These Mason jar lids sported the same illustration as the hand-drawn invitations. And these were used for catching fireflies! Which, seriously, is the most fun thing I can remember from childhood. Check out how many of the couple's close friends made their desserts and even the wedding cake. Plus they offered Southern peaches as favors. Yum! For more of this quaint outdoor wedding with tons of DIY details and southern charm, head over to Brae Howard's blog. You can also see the live-action version in their wedding video here from Noah Stoner! Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo Catherine Clark Catherine Clark is Offbeat Bride’s Senior Editor. In her spare time she loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur baby, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Stephanie & Dave's vintage theater Beatles wedding NEXT The five rules of drama-free wedding planning Show/Hide comments [ 19 ] OH! What a darling wedding! I just LOVE those wedding invitations. What a lovely way to make your wedding YOURS! 1 agrees Reply The firefly-catching idea is one of the best ideas ever.. Awesome!! Reply I think the boutonnières are actually Rosemary sprigs which is even COOLER than ferns. Beautiful wedding! 4 agree Reply Her rings are perdy! Reply Two things I ? here, the guys shoes-friggen sweet, and the photographers work capturing it all. Stellar! Reply I think that's rosemary, not ferns. If you ask me, that makes it even better. I love the idea of herbs as boutonnieres. Reply I think you guys are right. Corrected! Reply *Squee*!!! I live right down the street from this park!! It's an awesome place. Congrats from a neighbor! Reply This is darling and in my home state! So perfect. Great ideas! LOVE LOVE LOVE! Thanks for sharing! Reply I love all of this. I watched the video, and the vows made teary… vowing to love each other as Christ loved the church. I want my wedding to feel like yours in all its joy and contentment. Best wishes for your marriage! Reply Truly lovely! Reply This wedding is so beautiful! I love every aspect of it. Congratulations, looks like you had a truly fantastic day 🙂 Reply This is so lovely! I love the inclusion of forest and herbs, and the simplicity, and the blue. Reply Everything is lovely! I especially like the invitations. Where did you get them, or are they DIY? Reply they were DIY! I believe the bride made them herself. (i got to attend this wedding and it was beautiful.) Reply i miss fireflies!!! i'm from the midwest and they don't exist in seattle. sigh… Reply I totally agree. I grew up in Kansas:) But atleast Seattle has seasons. I live in southern CA now – and that means none of the good stuff like snow and autumn leaves and FIREFLIES! I'm now officially moving my wedding to incorporate this huge part of my childhood. Reply Wow, what a gorgeous lace overlay on your dress! I love how the mock turtleneck looks. Sexy but understated! Reply This was really beautiful. I usually am a strict traditionalist when it comes to weddings, but this wedding seemed charming. 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