After exchanging your heartfelt vows, placing the rings on each other’s fingers, and making your grand exit, you and your partner are now a beaming newlywed couple. You are ready for your wedding celebration and festivities to begin! Your reception is the best place to celebrate your new bond with your partner.
Your wedding day is the day that you get to spend thousands of dollars to ensure that you look your absolute best. From beauty appointments to the right attire, you will likely do everything necessary to present your best self on your big day. This is also true pertaining to your wedding dress. Lace, tulle, silk, intricate beadwork; every detail of your gown is crucial.
Being asked to be a maid of honor is the highest praise from a bride to-be. Congratulations on being chosen for one of the most important roles for the bride! With your new position comes a whole set of extremely important tasks. Whether you are watching your best friend, sibling, cousin, or any other loved one that you are close to, tie the knot, you can stand proud as the maid of honor!
With your ceremony having finished, photos have been captured, and your guests have enjoyed your cocktail hour, you can jump into your reception and have a blast! Filled with great food, heartfelt toasts, dancing, wonderful music, and memories you will cherish forever, you will certainly want to set a festive atmosphere.
Your wedding venue is essentially where your marriage will begin. You will walk down the aisle, share your first dance, and your loved ones will toast to your happiness. But, your venue offers so much more than that. Your location can hold a special meaning such as where you proposed, had your first date, or even first met. It can also complement your theme, provide necessary amenities, such as catering, rooms to get ready, and even rooms in which your out of town guests can stay.
You have likely dreamed of the day that you would make your grand walk down the aisle. You will be carrying your stunning bouquet, rocking that jaw dropping gown, and your father would link arms with you as he escorts you to the other most important man within your life. You can probably imagine it now, as it will be quite a beautiful sight.
It’s no surprise that your wedding cake will be well-looked forward to by all of your guests! Towering tiers of sugary goodness will be comprised of delicious flavors and delectable fillings, ready to satisfy everyone’s sweet tooth’s. Being such an important part of your wedding reception, and cake cutting ceremony, your wedding cake should certainly be planned with care.
Your wedding day is all about marrying your soulmate! In addition, you will also have the opportunity to express your deepest passion and love for your partner. Reciting your wedding vows is your opportunity to express why you want to marry your partner and spend the rest of your life with them, as well as your chance to declare your love in front of your closest friends and family.
Becoming engaged is quite a thrilling time within your life. Your partner has confessed their ultimate love for you, and now you have both declared your intent to spend the rest of your time creating a life together. This is your moment to celebrate your new commitment to each other, as this is a huge step in both you and your partner’s lives.
The Atlanta Biltmore Hotel was opened on April 19, 1924. The hotel was designed by the New York firm of Schultze and Weaver. Schultze and Weaver also designed the luxurious Waldorf Astoria hotel in Manhattan, New York City.
Cristiana & Zac's wedding was one of a kind. It sure had love in the air and a great feeling of accomplishment. Family and friends savoring every opportunity to give and receive love. Every picture registered on this day speaks on its own. Love and more love stamped on their faces which makes this day unforgettable. These are the type of wedding that I live for, they are magical and amazing things happen. Capturing all the special moments.
The Swan House mansion was built in 1928 for Edward and Emily Inman after their house in Ansley Park burned in 1924, a sad tragedy that turned into beauty. The house is maintained as a 1920s and 1930s historic house museum with many of the Inmans’ original furnishings. It was also used to film some scenes in the 2013 film The Hunger Games: Catching Fire and its 2015 sequel, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. I couldn’t have selected a better venue for this photo shoot. A special thank you to all wedding professionals that dedicated their time and passion to this shoot.
The St. Regis Atlanta stands out as a true "in-town" luxury resort that is gracious in each finely crafted detail. Diamond boutique hotel along with the impeccable service that is uniquely St. Regis.
Thank you St. Regis for allowing us to have such an unique experience during our photoshoot.
Congratulations! You said yes and now, it’s time for the wedding planning fun to begin.
The excitement from the engagement is still soaking in, but already you’re probably wondering, “am I cut out for this?”