A gorgeous Savannah day, an art museum and some killer dance moves is what went into making James and Emmy’s wedding so perfect. Emmy started out the day with her six bridesmaids who wore various styles of knee length navy dresses, while James was with his six groomsmen in their charcoal suits. Before the first look took place, Emmy made sure her hair was pinned to perfection then slipped into her fitted, vintage styled gown that was draped in sequins from top to bottom. After the groom got a first look at his blushing bride, the couple continued on to say ‘I do’ under the Savannah sunshine. The Mr. and Mrs. then walked with their guests to the Jepson Center for the Arts, a museum wedding venue in Savannah, where Harvey Designs worked diligently to prepare the room for the reception. Emmy and James added a personal touch to the reception by having all their guests sign records with their well wishes. While listening to music by DJ Nick, guests also enjoyed the traditional southern food Paul Kennedy Catering prepared for dinner. Of course everyone made sure to leave room for dessert from Gigi’s Cupcakes. Posh Petals and Pearls, Savannah based wedding and event planner, made this dream wedding a reality for Emmy and James and The Robinsons were there to make sure not a single moment went un-captured. After a long night of dancing and laughter, the couple departed in a pedicab, champagne in hand!