Jessica & Jake // The Wimbish House

Jessica & Jake's wedding at The Wimbish House was a sparkly and elegant affair.  They are two of the most thoughtful and genuine souls you could every meet.  When the groom thanks you for doing a great job on the flowers, it touches your heart.  

Check out this dip!  Jessica looks like a gymnast here.  Quite the dramatic kiss!

The girl's dresses were a gorgeous champagne and sequin combination.  With hydrangea, O'Hara garden roses, wax flower and eucalyptus their bouquets were subtle so the sequins could do the talking.

Catering by Sun in My Belly is an excellent vendor choice!

Elegant white centerpieces in gold footed bowls complemented the gold accents throughout the room.

How happy do the newlyweds look!!  Such a great photo by Honeyroot Photography.

And what better way to leave your Midtown wedding than on a pedicab!

I truly enjoyed working with this couple and their families.  I had done Jake's brother's wedding a few years earlier.  
All the best, Jess & Jake!


Caitie & Grant at Brasstown Valley Resort // An Irish Affair

A wedding in the mountains of North Georgia.  In March.  March 17th to be exact because the bride and groom wanted to celebrate their Irish heritage.  It was a beautiful day, a beautiful location and the Irish Whiskey flowed and the jigs were plenty.

Brasstown Valley Resort  & Spa is a cute little collection of cabins and mountain resort dotting the rolling hills and valleys near Young Harris, Ga.  There is an 18 hole golf course, horseback riding, a day spa and serene mountain vistas.  It's also a great place to host a wedding weekend.

Caitie's bouquet consisted of white ranunculus, blue scabiosa, white stock, blue delphinium, emerald green hydrangea and italian ruscus.  The bright blue was stunning and a lovely contrast the greens.

Grant and his gentlemen were a lively crowd.  

The groomsmen gifts were the first of its kind that I've ever seen.  Do not mess with this bunch.

The gun has a story of its own.  Grant built the old-fashioned revolver by hand with his Grandfather.  It was his desire to shoot the gun off on his wedding day to honor his grandfather's memory.

But, first the wedding ceremony.  Under a beautiful arbor that framed the mountain vistas, Caitie and Grant said their vows.  It was a bit windy and brisk but the fresh mountain air was a delight for guests.  A solo bagpiper signaled the start of the ceremony.

Cead Mile Failte - Irish for A Hundred Thousand Welcomes.

The shooting of the gun!  A first for a bloom floral design wedding!

How cool is that.  Here's to Grandfather!

And these photos by the bare tree - spectacular.

The reception was held under the covered pavilion with a roaring fire, lots of Irish whiskey, empty whiskey bottles filled with tiny white lights for centerpieces and collections of vases with blooms in of blue, green and white.  

I think every type of Irish whiskey was represented in the table centerpieces.  Caitie & Grant look pretty professional doing the traditional Irish jig!

The shenanigans continued throughout the evening and ended with a beautiful ombre green cake and a Reese's peanut butter cup groom's cake.  

S'mores were the perfect take home treat. 

Words of wisdom filled a custom shamrock while cigars, of course, accompanied the whiskey drinking.

Cheers to Fun, Love and the Future for Caitie & Grant!

All photos courtesy of Jesse Garrett Photography.


Hanna & Luis at The Trolley Barn

Y'all  - this bouquet.  One of my favorites of the year.

Wild and lush with a perfect balance of soft pastels and pops of bold burgundy.

And the wedding party dresses couldn't have been a better backdrop.

Peach stock, peach roses, pale blue delphinium, silvery dusty miller, dark agonis and deep burgundy amaranthus combined beautifully for a stunning bouquet.

Luis and his groomsmen in shades of blue suits.


Groomsmen gifts with a side of Modelo.

Lots of beautiful spots for photography near The Trolley Barn.


Compote centerpieces to match the bridal bouquet.

A beautiful couple, a beautiful wedding, a beautiful night.  

All photos courtesy of www.heimphoto.com.