It was a beautiful day for an exquisite bride. The sun was shining, the grass was green, the sky was blue. For me, even rainy days are beautiful days for weddings. It's about the vows, the start of forever that are the most beautiful part of the day. While I try to encourage brides to #presspauseoften, Allison got it. She shares some of her sweetest moments and wisdom in looking back.
This is one of my favorites. Just seeing her enjoying her day, the leading lady laughing with her supporting cast. Including, tender moments with her parents.
FATHER- DAUGHTER FIRST LOOK
Allison's floral signature was a romantic classic gathering of White O Hara garden roses, Mother of Pearl matte vintage roses, hydrangea, garden tiny roses in shades of ivory and pink, and delicate white lisianthus framed with gentle greens.
She chose a cross to frame them as they shared their vows. It was dripping in white and green hydrangea, pink dendrobium orchids, several varieties of layered roses, fragrant peach double stock, and trailing Ruskus, eucalyptus and textured foliage.
BRIDE AND GROOM FIRST LOOK
Cindy with Miss Milly's worked with us to design a lush, layered look on the farm tables. Each table had it's own personality with lanterns, spilling gardens, shimmering etched mercury glass boxes of floral, vintage sugar molds, and a garland of glowing candles. "Thank you for doing an amazing job on my floral arrangements. They were breathtaking!" #happybride This. We simply love surrounding a bride with all their favorites in a dreamy tablescape. Thanks, Allison for the privilege.
Wishing you a lifetime of moments that make your heart flutter with joy....and daily stolen moonlit kisses.
Photography: Stillscapes Photography
Videography: Lexoria Atlanta
Rentals + Event Styling; Miss Milly's
Planner: Christine from Meyer Me
Catering: A Divine Event
Cake: Cake Envy
DJ: DJ Rock Entertainment