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We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

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We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!

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We combined mixed metals, a patinaed teal, ivory and mint green with modern and industrial details to create a uniquely elegant wedding design concept in this completely redone Cigar Factory in Charleston, SC. We called it Industrial Meets Mint!