Mr. & Mrs. Jones // Glenn Memorial Church and The Emory Conference Center (AND an awesome afterparty)

Oh, the allure of a man in uniform!  How elegant and handsome are these two?

But let's go back to the beginning...Emily and her bridesmaids started off the day with a few bubbles!

Emily's bouquet was a loose, hand-tied collection of italian ruscus, ranunculus, stockflower, citrus bush, and freesia in soft color palette of ivories, blush and peach.

Can flower girls ever be any sweeter or cuter?

Glenn Memorial Church is a statuesque site on the Emory campus.

Emily's mother and sister were glowing just as much as Emily!

And Mr. Jones and his buddies were quite the dapper lot.

The SilverBell Pavilion at Emory is nestled in the woods and surrounded by windows, a lovely reception venue.

Home Sweet Jones and a giant sparkler exit.

But wait!  Who wants to go home when you can have an afterparty at Wisteria Lanes?!!  I absolutely love that Emily bowls in her wedding gown!  From beautiful and elegant to beer and bowling takes some panache. 

Hmm, I wonder who bowled the better score??  LOL.

What's an afterparty without a few shots?

And then, the CHICKEN BISCUITS show up right on time!


All the best to Mr & Mrs. Jones!  

All photos courtesy of Morgan Corbett Photography.
Wedding Coordination by Jordan at Wedding Belles.


Anna & Jacoby // Decatur Courthouse

In this sweltering July heat, I thought it would be nice and refreshing to view some images from a wintry January wedding.  It had just snowed earlier that week and in some of the pre-wedding photos taken at Woodlands Garden, you can see the white stuff on the ground. 

The bridesmaids wore silver and grey gowns wrapped with sweet plaid shawls and carried foliage bouquets.

Anna's bouquet was all foliage as well.  Olive and various types of eucalyptus and dusty miller foliage.


Jacoby wore a suit of dark green which complemented the grey and the foliage bouquets perfectly.

A tapestry backdrop and black aisle runner look stunning in the Courthouse.  Garlands of tree fern, eucalyptus, and lemon leaf lined the aisle.

Rosegold votives and octagonal terrariums adorned the sills and the tables.

The long estate table was quite majestic and grey linens always coordinate well with the white all-marble courtroom.

And WOW! A spectacular black/gold wedding cake.  

Each wedding we do is truly a unique expression of the couple.  
Well done  Anna & Jacoby!  

Photos courtesy of  Expressions by Brandy.