It seems like a good time to blog Nhan-Ai and Jonathan's wedding for two reasons. First, I just moved to Decatur, which is where the Old Courthouse on the Square is located. Second, I'm feeling quite reminiscent of the beautiful spring weather they had! I'm so tired of all the rain. Anyway, I hope you enjoy these photos and if you are getting married, drop me a line to talk about your photography.
After their short and sweet ceremony (seriously sweet - there was a poem about penguins!) I took some photos of the newlyweds. We took advantage of the awesome sign on the wall for the tattoo shop next door.Then Jennifer and Ryan had a few appetizers before joining the family at the reception.Just because the invitation list was small does not mean that Jennifer did not pay attention to her wedding details. The flowers were so bright and colorful. There were quite a few different arrangements on the table, all in fun colored vases. Each guest had a place card being held by the cutest little porcupine's you've ever seen. (She even made one for me!) There were also Lindt chocolates and personalized koozies for the guests to bring home.Jennifer and Ryan love to play cornhole, so they set up a game for everyone to play during cocktail hour. It took a little encouragement to get them going, but once they started to play everyone had a great time!Jennifer's sister was a shoe in to catch the bouquet. Congratulations Jennifer & Ryan!Venue: Wahoo! GrillFlowers: Erin GreenBridal Shop: Wedding Angels
Jennifer and Ryan had an intimate wedding just a few weeks ago at Wahoo! Grill in Decatur. It was truly a family affair, as their guest list consisted of family members only! The photos below include a few detail shots, Jennifer and Ryan's first look, some family photos, and the ceremony.
Jessica and Jared were married this past November at The Old Courthouse on the Square in Decatur, GA. The weather was perfect for their outdoor ceremony. This wedding was so full of colorful DIY pieces! The wedding party started in black for the ceremony, but while The bride and groom and I took a quick trip over to Agnes Scott campus for a few portraits, they changed into colorful matching outfits! I hope you enjoy these photos of their day.