Laina & Josh were married at JCT Kitchen - what a great place to have a wedding! If you are a foodie, as is Laina, you will appreciate the delicious cuisine of chef Ford Fry. The restaurant is beautifully yet simply decorated, the light is fantastic, they have a courtyard perfect for ceremonies as well as ample and easy parking.
Laina's bouquet was an all white mix of freesia, peony and ranunculus.
This was also a brunch wedding which I think are wonderful. You can have really yummy breakfast type food along with more traditional fare.
The girl's bouquets were a collection of yellow and orange freesia, ranunculus, billy balls (craspedia) and white peony.
The groomsmen had simple orange spray rose and dahlia bud boutonnieres...
while the groom had white freesia and orange ranunculus. I do like the scruffy look on grooms :).
Courtyard tables held sweet and simple arrangements (I love thise shadow shot). Mason jars were used inside and filled with a bright and cheerful collection of dahlias, freesia, ranunculus, hypericum berries, billy balls and lemon leaf.
Kraft paper table runners and mini chalkboard table numbers perfectly matched the charm of the restaurant.
Guests tied their wishes for the newly married couple on manzanita branches simply dressed with lemon leaf and ranunculus.
This looks like a magazine cover, doesn't it??
There are so many great spots for photos at Atlanta's Westside Urban Market location.
Cornhole is becoming a very popular activity at wedding receptions!
Bright green pants and a bowtie - yes!! And so Southern...
The restaurant can even provide your cake!
Anyone who knows me knows I have a serious iced tea addiction. I might have this photo framed.
Laina hand made ribbon swirlers (not sure if that is what you call them!) for her guests to wave as they departed into the beautiful afternoon. It makes for a sweet going-away photo.
And anyone who knows me knows I love peaches. You better believe I took a couple for myself!! What a great summer favor for guests and complements perfectly the whole "foodie" theme.
And here's a cute idea for your wedding gift thank you cards.
These terrific photos are courtesy of Anne Almasy. Book her if you can - she's awesome!