Romantic September Wedding in Atlanta from Altmix Photography
November 11, 2013
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This is the type of wedding I dream about. Timeless and stunning, it's absolute perfection from start to finish all captured beautifully by Altmix Photography. From the Bride's stunning Jenny Packham gown to one of the most gorgeous ballrooms I've ever seen overflowing with flowers from Britt Wood Designs - this gallery is just a dream come true. See it all here.
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From the Bride... Rob and I met in NYC almost 5 years ago, and we knew from those first few minutes that our lives would never be the same again. Two days later he flew back home to Los Angeles. We talked on the phone every day for three months, until I packed my bags and stepped on a plane bound for LAX. Being that we're best friends, we haven't been apart since. Rob's work in the film industry brought us to Atlanta almost three years ago and we fell absolutely in love with the charm and hospitality of the South. When Rob proposed on a crisp and bright February morning, it quickly became clear that a beautiful destination wedding would be just the right thing to connect our friends on both coasts and to introduce them to our Atlanta home. We envisioned an intimate magical wedding filled with dancing, singing, and love.

I wish it was easy to pick our favorite part of the day, but there are just so many highlights that stand out. My mom has been my biggest supporter my entire life, so it was incredible to be able to hold on to her as she walked me down the aisle. I must say that I when I saw Rob in his tuxedo, I almost lost it right there and then. Thankfully at that moment, my gorgeous cathedral length silk tulle veil- beaded by the fabulous Nicholas Kniel- got stuck behind me. I couldn't help cracking a smile after that! Right before Rob stepped on the wedding glass (as per Jewish custom), our Rabbi looked thoughtfully at him and said "Well, I guess this is the last time you'll get to put your foot's a little sexist, but ehhh, I'm going with it!" Our ceremony was filled with laughter, meaning and warmth, and at the end of our vows, the best piece of advice we received was "don't forget to say 'I Love You' every single day".

The moment we first saw our reception ballroom, covered in flowers, I teared up a little. We love flowers and I had asked our florist to bring a garden inside, and he did just that. It was like stepping into a dream. Garlands of greenery with ivory roses and candles...oh my. We chose an old Russian pop song for our first dance called "A Million Red Roses". Both being romantics at heart, we fell in love with the lyrics that tell the story of a man so in love with a beautiful actress that he sells everything he owns to buy her a million roses as a symbol of his devotion.

As the libations flowed and our guests partook in the delicious meals that SIMB cooked, the dance floor opened up and it was only a matter of time before our amazing friends and family performed some of the best dancing (and singing!) outside of a pop concert. The evening could not have gone off as perfectly as it did without the help of our coordinator, Amy. She kept us sane and on track through the whole wedding planning process, her calmness and professionalism was above and beyond. Seeing the photos that Kate and Matt Altmix took brought the memory of the whole evening flooding back, their work is really something special. The night goes by so quickly, and they were able to capture of the beauty and joy of it so well in their photographs. It was truly a magical night.