Kaylee's floral signature was romantic and classic. Garden roses and four different varieties of cream, blush and palest pink were layered with hydrangea, lisianthus and double stock in a gentle frame of greens. Her "something old" was the lace from her mom's wedding dress that surrounded the stems, just as her love surrounds the couple. 

We are forever grateful that our officiant asked Joe and I during our ceremony to look over our shoulders and soak in all of the love that stands behind this marriage. It was such an incredibly beautiful moment to step back and press pause on this special day. We both remember every second of that view and love reminiscing on just how incredibly blessed we are to be surrounded by the greatest love and support, in that moment, with all of those eyes on us as we prepared to exchange vows and proclaim our everlasting love for each other, we had never felt so sure and steady in our pursuit of marriage. Knowing we had so many beautiful people to follow by example of how to love each other perfectly and imperfectly was such a moment of comfort and peace.
— Kaylee, Joe's bride

These two. Where to begin? I've known Kaylee since she was in elementary school and have had the pleasure of seeing her grow to an amazingly beautiful woman full of grace. She is kind, beautiful, and loves fully. Kaylee and Joe are just perfect together. We had some hurdles to overcome with this one...Hurricane season, but the day was simply glorious. The blooms, weather and details were exquisite, and perfect for beautiful Kaylee.


One thing we love is creating a beautiful, memorable walk for our brides as they make their walk to their groom. The ceremony entrances flowed with draping and lush floral tiebacks of hundreds of garden roses. The aisle was lined with gardens, mercury glass lanterns and guests ready to get a glimpse of the bride and her stunning attending ladies. The flower girls and ring bearers made sure to WOW us with cuteness overload. 

One of my favorite photos may just be the one with Kaylee and her grandma. I'm personally fond of grandmas and their relationship with granddaughters. The love in this photo makes me reflect on all the sweet moments and memories these two must share. Just love it. I think I'll follow her lead and fill my heart with moments with my granddaughter that will lead me to a sweet nuzzle similar to this one.


B. E. V. Weddings never disappoints. Love seeing these moments unfold.


Then it was time to really celebrate these two! Kaylee selected classic designs to layer in the room with over a thousand Garden roses galore, hydrangea, stock, lisianthus and tiny garden spray roses in Miss Milly's mercury glass, matte gold, and pewter vessels. The room was ready to receive The MUNTAN'S!! 


The Estate Table was breathtaking with its garland of over 500 garden roses and trailing greens that danced along the table. The vessels were awaiting the wedding party bouquets, as this party would be soon be dancing themselves to A-Town A List, one of our favorites! The band was surrounded by gardens of blooms of the day and lots of joy filled dancing.


One last kiss before they enter the ballroom to dance the night away....and this capture of that moment is truly elevating! Ladies and Gentlemen, welcome Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muntan.


This Mother of the Bride is one happy momma. I've had the blessing of her friendship for many years. We raised our families together, laughed together, cried together and today...we celebrated together. Love seeing the couple surrounded by their supporting family as they start their forever.


Happy ever after, Kaylee + Joe.  We loved every single minute and wish you a lifetime of joys shared hand in hand. Much love, K

Wedding Planner: Renee Plessy- Smith /Atlanta Wedding Events

Photographer: JB Marie Photography

Videographer: B.E.V. Weddings

Venue/Wedding Cake: The St. Regis Hotel Atlanta

Hair/Make-up: Formal Faces

Florals: Holland Daze

Rentals: Miss Milly's Event Rentals & Design

Officiant: Britt Kitchen

Ceremony/Cocktail Hour Music: After 5 String Quartet

Reception Band: A Town A List with Sam Hill Entertainment

Linens: I Do Linens

Ceremony Chairs: Sweet Seats

Reception Chairs/ Pipe and Draping: Atlanta Event Decor

Groom's Cake: A Perfect Wedding Cake

Live Artist: Ann Bailey Studio

Donut Favor: Sara Donuts

Getaway Car: Atlanta Vintage Rides

Signage Prints: Zazzle.com 

Napkin Embroidery: Sweet Pickle Boutique

Invitations/Programs/Menu's: Ink Paper and Gifts