At what point did you feel most the joyful on your wedding day :: Walking down the aisle. I was surprisingly calm waiting to walk down the aisle with my Dad. He was cutting jokes as usual and things were light. The second the doors opened to the church and the organist switched songs, I was breathless. We opted against a “first look” and I couldn’t wait to see Rand at the end of the aisle. He was standing, waiting. I can’t describe how privileged I felt in that moment. I loved being able to lock eyes with our favorite people walking down the aisle. It felt surreal and strangely personal. We felt so loved in that moment.
What advice would you give to other brides/ grooms for their wedding :: Our advice would be to enjoy the entire process. Laugh during your engagement photos. Sample multiple wedding cakes. Don’t over think the fonts on your invitations. At the end of the day, no one will notice the mishaps or bumps. Trust us, the imperfections turn into really great stories. Your engagement and wedding day will be here and gone before you know it! Soak it all in.
Bridget + Rand, your wedding is so special to us. Thanks for allowing us to be a part of your love story!! We loved every single second of it. All our Love. xoxo
Ceremony :: The Shrine of the Immaculate Conception | Reception :: Agnes Scott College | Florist :: Alpharetta Flower Market | Cake :: Confection Perfection | Entertainment :: Mo’Sol Band | Officiant :: Father John McDowell | Wedding Dress :: Casablanca Bridal | Hair & Make-up :: Blend Beauty Group | Getaway Car :: Atlanta Vintage Rides | Trolley :: The Trolley Guy | Wedding Planner :: Laura Booker | Donuts :: Revolution Donuts | Bridesmaid Dresses :: Bill Levkoff