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Traditional Georgia Ballroom Wedding

There are traditional weddings, and then there is this sweet affair captured brilliantly by Buffy Dekmar Photography; an utterly gorgeous Southern party with lush blooms from Jane Rogers of By Special Arrangement, yummy treats from Jamie Keating Culinary and a ballroom celebration planned to perfection by Belle of the Ball Events.  In other words?  It’s traditional perfection. See it all here.

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From Buffy Dekmar PhotograpahyNatalie and Will’s wedding was a traditional southern celebration, with an added air of modern elegance, complete with thoughtful details and family connections that tied the day together with meaningfulness throughout. Their ceremony was beautifully tender, held inside the grand sanctuary of First United Methodist Church, where Natalie grew up. The reception followed at Del’Avant, a charmingly classic ballroom venue in downtown LaGrange, Georgia.

Subtle pinks and ivory hues with touches of gold gave a sweetly feminine feel, perfectly complemented by the lace detailing on Natalie’s Anne Barge bridal gown. The bridesmaids wore blush Alfred Sung dresses, and carried a fresh mixture of garden roses, hydrangea, and seeded eucalyptus. Groomsmen in black tuxedos rounded out the classic, traditional style.

The reception was characterized by exceptionally creative and delicious appetizers and food stations, invented and prepared by Jamie Keating Culinary. From the gold Chiavari chairs to the scotch bar on the mezzanine, the details were seamlessly and elegantly executed by Eva of Belle of the Ball Events. Band of Gold provided outstanding entertainment, and the honest celebration that came with the night proved worthy of every detail!

Photography: Buffy Dekmar Photography | Videography: Dekmar Films | Wedding Planner: Belle Of The Ball Events | Floral Design: Jane Rogers, By Special Arrangement | Wedding Dress: Anne Barge | Cake: Blooming Flour Bakery | Ceremony Venue: First United Methodist Church LaGrange, GA | Reception Venue: Del'Avant Event Center | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Alfred Sung | Catering: Jamie Keating Culinary | Hair And Makeup: Jennifer C. Nieman | Band: Band Of Gold | Paper Goods: Ashley Buzzy

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DIY Savannah Railroad Wedding

This beauty of a Bride takes DIY to an entirely new level. Not only did she dream up every gorgeous detail in these perfect images from Glass Jar Photography, she also made her own wedding gown. Yes, you read that right. Her own gown. Can you even imagine? Add there super unique Georgia State Railroad Museum venue, and it goes without saying we have a winner on our hands.

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From Glass Jar PhotographyThe Bride in this wedding was one of the most crafty and creative gals we’ve ever met. She HAND MADE her own dress and accessories, as well as designed everything you may see at the wedding. All of which was based around them working for the Railroad in Savannah and from days at SCAD.

The day was based around black and white, and the Georgia Railroad museum. a great inspiration for other GA couples, and gals with a sense of DIY for their day.

Photography: Glass Jar Photography | Coordination: Everlasting Occasions | Flowers: The Bride DIY | Wedding Dress: The Bride Hand Made | Catering: Creative Catering | Lighting: Eddie Kimmer Lighting | Wedding Venue: Georgia State Railroad Museum | Sound: Rockjocks Professional DJ | Sweets & Cake: Baker's Pride

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Elegant Swan House Garden Wedding Inspiration

This glamorous historic home may look familiar—it recently starred as President Snow’s mansion in “The Hunger Games.” And when you have a beautiful Tara Keely lace gown and some of Atlanta’s top vendors, including Amanda Berube Photography, creating a dreamy, romantic wedding, the odds are definitely in your favor. Fall in love with all the gorgeous details in the gallery.

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From Amanda Berube PhotographyThis wedding editorial took place at the ever gorgeous and historic, Swan House Mansion in Atlanta, GA. If you are not familiar with the Swan House, be ready to get excited! Its most recent big screen appearance was in the Hunger Games as President Snow’s Capital Mansion. Our creative team consisted of over 12 amazingly talented wedding vendors from all over the US to collaborate to bring the beauty of the Swan House, along with this gorgeous couple’s love, to life.

In addition to the Swan House; inspiration was drawn from our bride’s gorgeous spring 2015 Tara Keely gown and our groom’s dashing 2015 Michael Kors tuxedos. To compliment the venues stunning architecture and location, a cream + blush color palette was selected to matched with loose florals and accents of delicate greenery. My vision and design for this shoot was to set out to create something timeless and breathtakingly gorgeous. Shot in digital and film, I wanted to complimented every part of this historic mansion and as well as inspire.

Photography: Amanda Berube Photography | Wedding Dress: J. Andrews Bridal | Cake: Cakes by Tania | Jewelry: Adriane Brunner For Chloe + Isabel | Hair & Makeup: Hair and Makeup Artistry By Jessica Nicole | Calligraphy: Ragan House Lettering | Wedding Venue: Swan House Mansion | B.Anderson Floral Designs: B Anderson Floral | Film Lab: Photovision Film Lab | Model: Jared Leland | Model : Courtney Smits | Photography Assistants: Jesseca Coppedge, Rachel Taylor & Alexis Velazquez | Rentals: Bloomwoods | Ribbon Details: Silk and Willow | Table Styling: Invision Events | Tuxedo: Celebrate Tuxedos | Tuxedo Designer: Michael Kors | Wedding Dress Designer: Tara Keely

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Traditional Savannah Whitefield Chapel Wedding

A traditional chapel wedding never doesn’t has to be boring. This fun New York City couple brought tons of personality to their Savannah nuptials with bright floral arrangements, a rustic reception at the Roundhouse Railroad Museum, and plenty of silly photos to boot! It’s an absolute joy to click through the full gallery by Jade + Matthew , which you can find right here!

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From Ivory + BeauThis colorful wedding was seriously so much fun to help plan and Brandy is quite possibly one of the sweetest brides. This New York couple wed last October at Whitefield Chapel with their reception following at Roundhouse Railroad Museum. Jade and Matthew captured all the details of their wedding from their romantic photos out at Whitefield Chapel where their ceremony was officiated by Rev. Stephen Williams. We loved how much fun they had during their photos together, and you can really see how much they love each other, and love to have fun! Their reception was at The Roundhouse, and featured colorful bold florals that we got to do! Brandy looked beautiful on her wedding day in a pretty lace dress and we are obsessed with her bold lip color!

From the beautiful Bride… We live in New York City but wanted a Southern destination that, given my Southern roots, was easy for family and friends to travel to. We also wanted a place that had great food and lots of activities for our guests and felt that Savannah would be the perfect small town.

We both wanted to get married in a church but didn’t want a very large setting. We kept our guest list intimate and thought the Whitefield Chapel would be the perfect place to say “I do”. We also loved the simple beauty of the Chapel and that we didn’t need many decorations.

Our reception venue was perfect as we were going for a French Country feel. We wanted a warm and inviting setting and the Blacksmith Shop at the Roundhouse Museum had the rustic beauty yet an elegant charm.

Photography: Jade + Matthew | Event Design: Ivory + Beau | Event Planning: Ivory + Beau | Floral Design: Ivory + Beau | Wedding Dress: Augusta Jones | Cake: Rum Runners | Ceremony Venue: Whitfield Chapel | Reception Venue: Roundhouse Railroad Museum | Shoes: Kate Spade | Bridesmaids' Dresses: J.Crew | Catering: Chef Nick | Hair And Makeup: JW Salon | DJ: All About You | Officiant : Rev. Stephen Williams | Limo: Southern Comfort Limo | Rentals: Amazing Event Rentals | Rentals: Ultra Pom | Trolley: Oglethorpe Tours | Veil : Sara Gabriel

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Rustic Multi-Cultural Fall Wedding

Combining cultures into one beautiful bash can be a tricky piece of the puzzle but this couple did so with shining colors. Not only was their rustic celebration gorgeous – from Paper Daisies’ stationery to Savage Garden’s blooms – but there was also one incredibly adorable little babe in a tux to make everyone swoon. Our Labor Of Love By Heidi’s pics draw you right in and that’s where I’ll happily remain.

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From B. Moore Events…  Sam and Yovanni named their wedding “The Egyptorican Event of the Year.” She is Puerto Rican and he’s Egyptian. The two together made their 300 guest, fusion wedding an all-night party. The rustic fall wedding took place at the Loew’s Hotel. The ceremony was outside on their city view veranda with the reception following in their elegant ballroom. Although the Loews is a very modern hotel, Savage Garden turned the space into a rustic oasis. The beautiful fall colors were perfect for the season. The couple and their guests ate, drank and danced the night away as they celebrated in style.

Photography: Our Labor Of Love By Heidi | Event Planning: B. Moore Events | Floral Design: Savage Garden | Cake: Highland Bakery | Stationery: Paper Daisies | Hair & Makeup: Blend Beauty Group | Wedding Venue: Loews Hotel | Photobooth: WOW Photobooth

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Rustic Cabin Winter Wedding

This cozy, intimate winter wedding captured by Amanda Lenhardt Photography makes me just want to cozy up next to a fire and snuggle with my fiancé — even in May! With a simple green archway and colorful vintage rugs as the aisle, the bride draped in fur and the groom in a causal wool sports jacket look so happy and excited for their special day and every detail here.

 

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From Amanda Lenhardt Photography … Samantha and Will’s wedding was full of personal details, smiles and their closest friends and family. Samantha is originally from New Jersey and Will from Jacksonville, FL. They met while she was working at a coffee shop and the rest is history!

When they were deciding on a location to get married they really wanted to find somewhere that reflected them and that they both absolutely loved. On a road trip after their engagement they stumbled on this cabin outside of Chattanooga, the property isn’t usually used from weddings, but was just what they were looking for.

Both Sam and Will wanted to spend a lot of time creating personal details for their wedding date. From hand screen-printing their poster invitation, to making their own bouquets and bringing their collections of rugs from home, every detail was thought-out. Even Will’s gift was custom jewelry for her to wear that day.

These two are just completely head over heels for each other. I loved I was able to photograph their day!

Photography: Amanda Lenhardt Photography | Wedding Dress: Watters Gown At White Magnolia Bridal | Engagement Ring: Alexis Russell | Jewelry: Biju Bee | Makeup : Make Up By Angela R | DJ: DJ Kevin Snow | Head Piece: Paula's Garden