Huguenot Loft Wedding Day in Downtown Greenville

Huguenot Loft Wedding in Downtown Greenville


Venue | Ceremony at Charles E. Daniel Chapel at Furman University + Reception at Huguenot Mill at the Peace Center

Planner | Ashleigh Craft Design

Videographer | Whale Tale

Dress | Ladies of Lineage in Charlotte, NC & White on Daniel Island

Florals | Ashleigh Craft Design

Groom & Groomsmen attire | Cahaly’s Black Tie in Anderson, SC

Hair & Makeup | Cotton Rouge & Sommer Porter

DJ | Premiere Party Entertainment

Catering | Larkin’s

Cake | Couture Cakes

Rentals | Professional Party Rentals; Optrics; Stradley Davidson; BBJ La Tavola

Invitations | Surcie in Raleigh, NC

Transportation | The Trolley Company 

Rings | Hales Jewlers

Guest Watercolor Portraits | Amanda Elder Art

Bridal Earrings | SJ Bailey

Pillows | Scraps by Stradley Davidson

Getaway car | The Perfect Getaway Greenville

Located next to the Reedy River, the Huguenot Loft is an iconic Greenville venue and it served as the perfect place for Micayla & Jake to gather their friends and family for an evening of celebrations! Every detail of this day was thought through, from the stamps on the invitations to the bride’s getaway outfit and not even the dance floor aesthetic was overlooked.

Guests were welcomed into a cocktail hour space which Ashleigh Craft Design transformed into a cozy and relaxed atmosphere filled with soft seating and plush Scraps by Stradley Davidson pillows.

Huguenot Loft Wedding with soft seating

Statement lighting & a checkered dance floor created an iconic scene for all the dance floor images.

Groom spins bride on dance floor at their Huguenot Loft Wedding

As previously mentioned, every detail on this wedding was intentionally thought through. Each stamp represented a part of the bride & groom’s life  — Georgia being the bride’s hometown & Maryland being the groom’s, South Carolina being the state they met (& got married!) in and finally a magnolia representing the magnolia trees outside of the chapel they officially said “I Do” in.

The guest fashion was complete with a variety of vibrant Spring colors that complimented the wedding color palette perfectly!

Huguenot Loft Wedding with a checkered dance floor

We are firm believers that no wedding design is truly complete without Stradley Davidson & BBJ linens. A variety of linens were incorporated within the design, with the cake table having statement linen of its very own!

Micayla chose to add a unique element to her wedding attire by wearing an Elizabeth Fillmore lace bolero. It was the perfect way to transition her classy dress from a ceremony look to a relaxed reception look.

The cake design included tiny appliqué flowers that hinted to the couple’s Spring wedding day and also tied in Micayla’s dress topper & the speciality linen perfectly!

Bride & groom cut the cake at their Huguenot Loft Wedding

Ashleigh Craft Design executed a reception design filled with soft blue, green, & yellow hues and eye-catching Spring florals. Cafe lamps and large array of candles added to the ambiance of the evening!

Huguenot Loft Wedding blue and yellow reception design

A stunning chapel, cathedral veil, and a soft breeze made for romantic bride & groom portraits.

The bride’s bow made an appearance amidst an array of blue dresses on the dance floor, while the sliced cake paired perfectly with the blue appliquéd tablecloth.

The bride’s Kailee P. shoes making an appearance!

Micayla chose to incorporate a first look with her grandparents which made for the sweetest, heartfelt moments.

Every napkin was hand-tied to pull in the blue tablecloths from around the room.

Dinner was served under the cafe lights, with an abundance of draping and florals to give the space a soft and romantic feel.

A hydrangea envelope liner designed by Surcie was the first hint to guests of the beautiful Spring celebration to come!

The bridesmaids all wore Alfred Sung dresses, with the maids of honor dresses featuring a bow to coordinate with the bride.


The candle tables featuring floral urns made for a statement at the reception!

An outfit change for the bride meant excitement and enthusiasm from all the guests on the dance floor!

The reception space was complete with light wood chairs to accent hues of the design.

Huguenot Loft Wedding reception design with drapingEvery guest was welcomed to their seat with menus and the bride & groom’s custom napkins also made an appearance throughout the night.

The bride & groom exited their reception in The Perfect Getaway‘s vintage Rolls Royce.

Bride & Groom in getaway car at their Huguenot Loft Wedding

to view other recent wedding days on the blog, visit the links below:

AC Hotel Wedding in Downtown Greenville | Alexandra & Weston

Huguenot Loft Wedding | Natalie & Davis

Agapae Oaks Wedding in Beaufort, SC | Nikki & Alec



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May 7, 2024


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