Oh me, oh my!  Get ready to be swept off your feet on this Monday morning by a seriously stunning, rustic glam Atlanta wedding.  Lovelee Affairs sure does know how to put together a chic celebration with a touch of good ol’, down-home, Southern charm in the sweetest possible way.  I love that they took a trendy theme and mixed it with a classic, romantic look to create an all new, all good, all adorable style.  Check out all the Georgia goodness from Paperlily Photography in the full gallery!

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From the Bride… David and I were introduced in May of ’09 on the dating site eHarmony. After a few months of emailing and phone chats, I finally decided to give David a shot and they planned to meet for a happy hour drink after work one evening. One glass of wine turned into great conversation about our southern roots and goals and hopes for life and we haven’t parted ways ever since.

On 10.10.10 David set up the day as a regular Saturday – drop by the dry cleaners, head out for some lunch, relax at the park. Lunch was perfect, the walk in the park though, was not the setting David had hoped for. There was a huge festival that day and not a corner of the park was quiet and romantic. We drove until we found a quiet place and landed at Springdale Park near Fernbank. Not a soul in sight – Perfect! A glass of wine and an exchange of cards to celebrate what I thought was our anniversary. When I opened the card there was a beautiful little gold heart on a chain. The card read “when you have love all you need is love now close your eyes and make a wish.” When I opened my eyes David had a gorgeous ring in hand and asked me to be his wife.

From Lovelee Affairs… From the moment I first met Jessica and David, I just loved them. They are the kind of people who know what they want but want to have a fun time doing it. I had the chance to work with them just a few weeks after their engagement so we planned every little detail together from A-Z.

Jessica and David wanted a rustic wedding that was casual, fun and a celebration of love. Jessica chose a palette of pinks and browns that we carried throughout the wedding; we used some of spring’s most gorgeous pink flowers: ranunculus, garden roses and peonies.  Wooden farm tables paired with gold chiavari chairs gave the room a casual feel with a touch of elegance. Each detail of the wedding was carefully planned to reflect the bride + groom. The menu was a southern fusion incorporating items from the groom’s home state of Texas and the bride’s home state of Louisiana. The venue doors were adorned with hand-made moss letters {J+D}. Guests really enjoyed our polaroid guest book station as they were able to capture pictures of themselves and the bride and groom throughout the evening. Jessica and David love Savannah, GA and it has much meaning to their relationship so when it came time to decide on the wedding favors, Savannah Bee Honey seemed perfect! Each guest departed with a jar of honey at the end of night. It was one sweet wedding.

Wedding Photography: Paperlily Photography / Floral Design, Event Design + Planning: Lovelee Affairs / Location: Summerour Studio / Wedding Cakes: McEntyre’s Bakery / Favors: Savannah Bee  Company / Catering: Soiree Catering / Bride’s Make-up: Destiny Flippo