The moment you discover love your world opens with a new light, a light that shines ahead into adventure and new places. Places you have longed to discover and yet now they appear entirely new. Creating a life together with the one person whom understands your soul is truly the grandest adventure of all.
Sarah Ingram, and an incredibly talented team of vendors, are taking us on a true journey of the senses today. Our emotions are evoked by every image as we yearn to see more. Christina and Will have a love that is palpable and with each image we see deeper and deeper into their exquisite story. True visual artistry, combined with the most beautiful details, makes today's wedding one that we won't soon forget.
The story + details from Sarah Ingram: "Christina and Will lean to heavily classic in their tastes, but also value the modern take on classic style that industry leaders seem to be orchestrating in recent years. These factors led them to photographer Sarah Ingram, floral designer Ginny Early and hair + makeup artist Jennifer Neiman. All artists that create passionately in favor of both aesthetics and client vision. The venue selected is a historic courthouse in the heart of a quaint Atlanta neighborhood, favored for it's timeless details including a dramatic facade and floor to ceiling marble walls.
Attention to detail began with a letterpress invitation suite that was stamped in a flushed rose hue. This tonal family was carried into bridesmaid dresses via a darker, almost wine like shade as well as in blooms ranging from faint blush to earthy plums. Ginny Early packed lush arrangements and bouquets full of petals and color, a nod to the bounty of the late fall floral crop and a final hoorah before winter sweeps away all the joyous stems. Fruits including golden pears and pomegranates dressed the tables alongside table numbers held in modern lucite stands. A luxurious garden feel was brought to the ceremony through plentiful greenery, adorning the main marble alcove as well as the deep windowsills of the courthouse. Heavy candle light brought an air of magic and warmth to the cold and rainy day. Christina's Monique Lhuillier gown plunged to a deep V in the back, a little modern element to play alongside the delicate netted lace bodice.
This couple was passionate about marriage, guests having an amazing time and picking expert vendors. The results show in the fun they had and the lovely images, despite a very rainy day and cramped venue restrictions. Our vendor team feels that this is a great example of how a wedding day with a few less than ideal parameters and dark soggy weather can still be stunning."