The Georgian and Imperial Ballrooms and Their Luxurious Design
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.
Due to extensive renovations over the years, there were only two remaining historic rooms at the Atlanta Biltmore Hotel. They were the Georgian and Imperial Ballrooms, and now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. With the renovation, these ballrooms received original handcrafted plaster relief ceiling, restored crystal chandeliers, Palladian windows and Tennessee marble floors. The Biltmore ballrooms offer a spectacular backdrop for weddings, and special events.
Thank you The Biltmore Ballrooms for allowing us to have such an unique experience during our stylized shoot.
Team of amazing professionals:
Creative Director: Pollyanna Richter Weddings, Photographer: Mike Moreland, Venue: The Biltmore Ballrooms , Floral Decor & Design: By Bow Event and Design, Model "Bride": Malu Esteves, Model "Groom": Edgar Zanabria, Hair & Makeup Artistry: Kisha Marie Artistry, Bridal Salon: Elite Por La Vie, Groom's Wear: The Modern Gent, Linens: Graceful Tables, Calligrapher: Lady G Paperie, Stationery: Ribbon and Ink, Jewelry: Southern Classic Jewelry, Classic Car: Elegance On A Cloud Limousines, Glassware and china: Southern Vintage, Cake: Cakehouse on Main.