I’m head-over-heels for the sweet simplicity of this Primrose Cottage wedding from the amazingly talented Artstar by Laura Stone. The soft, muted color palette played up the venue’s gorgeous indoor and outdoor spaces which were embellished with personal details galore (the couple’s chuppah was made from the bride’s mother’s wedding dress!) Be sure to set aside some time to see every last image in the full gallery!

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From the Bride… For our wedding, the most important thing to us was to have a beautiful day surrounded by our family and friends, and we couldn’t have asked for it to have turned out better. We chose Primrose as a venue because it felt like a home away from home where we could still have an intimate wedding, and we loved the outdoor and indoor spaces. Our favorite thing about the wedding was the little touches – whether it was having photos of our family around the house, to the chuppah in our ceremony that my mother made from her own wedding dress, to wearing my aunt’s wedding earrings, to the handkerchief “something blue” I used that my great-grandmother had made for me many years ago. One of the most important things to us was choosing a photographer we knew would capture all of the little moments and emotion of the day which we 100% found with Laura. It’s hard to choose a favorite moment, but I think our ceremony or dancing with our family and friends during the horah would have to be among them.

Wedding Photography: Artstar by Laura Stone | Wedding Venue: Primrose Cottage in Roswell, Georgia | Floral Design: Magic Moments | Cake + Desserts: Magic Moments | Wedding Invitations: Noteworthy Designs | Band: The Moxie Band | Wedding Dress: Watters | Bridesmaids’ Attire : Bill Levkoff