While Chris grew up in a Navy family and has lived in many places, including Hawaii and Japan, the Georgia Tech Library may be one of the most special places his heart knows.

Why? Not because of the many grueling hours earning a 4.0 with highest honors in Mechanical Engineering, but because of the first time he saw his sweet bride, Hannah. Hannah caught Chris' eye, as Hannah gave him the glance to quiet down in the library. Soon her sneer became a smile, and the study buddies developed a love story that was worth the wait. Chris describes Hannah as his best friend, partner in crime, voice of reason and encouragement and biggest fan. 

Hannah's "something blue" was embroidered in her dress with her new monogram and date she shared her vows with Chris.

Surrounded by a fun group of friends and siblings, these two were ready to celebrate!

Hannah dreamed of classic romantic florals with hints of pink. With her dance background we wanted to include a hint of ballet pink. Her floral signature included White O Hara garden roses, white posie calla lilies, white hydrangea, delicate white lisianthus and a gentle frame of seeded eucalyptus and greens. It was detailed with her grandmother's rosary for her something old.

Her attending ladies had garden spray roses and blush roses with hydrangea in classic Southern gatherings.

Victoria Heer was absolutely amazing with her captures of moments. This was a a behind the scenes helping hands moment with the groomsmen. Whatever it takes to get breathtaking photos. Well done, Victoria....and assistants:)


Happy ever after, you two. It was a pleasure creating for you. Hannah, best of luck in your pursuit of dentistry. Looking back on this day gave us many reasons to smile.

Ceremony Venue: The Catholic Shrine of the Immaculate Conception

Reception Venue: The Southern Exchange at 200 Peachtree

Event Design, Rentals: Miss Milly's

Photography: Victoria Heer Photography

Coordinator: Molly Mae Events

DJ + Photobooth: Nice Entertainment

Cake: Confection Perfection

Caterer: Bold American

Videographer: Green Attic Films