Wedding Wire


WeddingWire is the nation’s leading technology company serving the $100+ billion wedding, corporate, and social events industry. Launched in 2007, WeddingWire is the largest and most trusted online marketplace connecting merchants with engaged couples and party planners. Moreover, WeddingWire’s SaaS business platform powers the front and back-office for tens of thousands of event merchants, from venues and photographers to caterers and entertainers.

The Knot


As the #1 trusted authority on all things weddings, The Knot is the nation’s largest source for wedding news and inspiration. We’ll help you stay on top of trends to plan a wedding that’s totally you.

Borrowed & Blue


We believe everyone in the world deserves a beautiful wedding.

We help couples in 66 markets across the United States IMAGINE, PLAN and SHARE their dream locally inspired wedding.

The Wedding Row


The Wedding Row is Charleston’s ultimate resource for weddings. From the chic, to the elegant, to the over-the-top fabulous, we divulge all the details here. Whether you’re a bride, a groom, or just wedding-obsessed, The Wedding Row is here to explore, discuss, and share all things matrimonial. The wedding industry thrives in Charleston, and the creative minds behind the industry feed its growth. We feature a select collection of vendors who comprise the upper tier of their respective trades. Trailblazers in style, creativity, and service, their work consistently awes and inspires.

Charleston Weddings Magazine



Feed the Need


This is an organization is close to our heart! Not that all of them we participate in aren’t, but this one helps us bring our culinary skills to the table and feed those less fortunate. Along with 51 other restaurants, caterers and hoteliers, we help feed the hungry with the “Charleston Chefs Feed the Need”. This program, created by Mickey Bakst of Charleston Grill at Charleston Place Hotel, along with the Greater Charleston Restaurant Association, is the nation’s first organized relief effort in which meals are cooked and served by the hospitality community on a year-round basis. Each Wednesday, one of the participants donates their food, time and labor for 500 free meals at four area nonprofits that help feed Tricounty Family Ministries, East Cooper Meals on Wheels, Crisis Ministries and Neighborhood House. According to the Charleston City Paper, Bakst says that those donated meals save the charities about $1,500 per week and we’re proud to help be a part of feeding the need. We are also honored to have our own executive chef/owner, John Zucker, serving as Vice President to this wonderful organization.

Since inception Feed the Need has served over 25,000 meals and saved over $75,000 in food expenses.
For more information on Charleston Chefs Feed The Need visit them online at