It’s not the first time (and it won’t be the last), but this breathtaking Atalanta affair is blowing my mind. That probably has a little something to do with the beyond beautiful images of Amy Arrington Photography, which are like one mesmerizing moment after another, all gathered in one seriously awesome gallery.  Also blowing my mind?  The gorgeous location that is the The Trolley Barn, a historic meets garden party paradise perfect for marrying.  See it all right here in the full gallery.

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From the Bride… Our wedding took place at a venue nestled in Inman Park called the Trolley Barn, an old housing facility for Atlanta’s street railway line back in the late 19th century. The venue has wonderful space both outside, which is where we had our ceremony, and inside, where most of the reception took place. Our ceremony was non denominational and very personal. We wrote our own vows and letters to each other that were only then shared with one another for the first time. During the ceremony, the guests all were given a rock to make a wish for our marriage. The rocks were collected into a single vase and we now have them as a keep sake of these wishes. The Barn did not require too much decor, and we went very light on flowers. My mother made the centerpieces for each of the guests tables, which were stained glass vases that we used as candle holders. The theme of the reception was very laid back, and with the guest count being only around 100, it felt pretty intimate.

Photography: Amy Arrington Photography | Venue: The Trolley Barn | Coordination: April Huckaby & Tiara Lord | Floral Design: Peachtree Petals | Cake: Perfect Wedding Cake | Caterering: Zest Atlanta | Band: Sweetwater Junction | Officiant: Reverend Dawn Smith | Hair + Makeup: Bombshell Creations | Photobooth: Classic Photobooth | Ceremony Music: Keith Gehle | Trolley: The Trolley Guy