The best weddings are always those that reflect the heart and soul of the couple. As bride Victoria explained, “Our goal was to personalize every aspect of the wedding so that our guests walked away feeling as if they knew more about us as a couple than they had before.” With that sentiment in mind, Victoria and fiance Maxwell designed an intimate, laid-back wedding that was as sunny and southern as the September day they were married. The couple chose a contemporary palette of gray and yellow, and surrounded by 140 of their closest friends and family, Victoria and Maxwell held their ceremony at The Trolley Barn, an Atlanta wedding venue. For brides planning their own weddings, Victoria relays the piece of advice that meant the most to her: To not worry about traditions and the opinions of others; do what’s right for you as a couple and the rest will fall into place. Images by Griffin, Georgia wedding photographer MyLife Photography.
Victoria’s bouquet was a combination of Eskimo roses, calla lilies and double tulips. Using dusty miller and Teddy Bear sunflowers in the bridesmaid’s bouquets added fluffy playfulness to the roses, freesia, and Berzellia berries which were also used.
Victoria’s grandmother not only made the delicious wedding cake, but also the groom’s cake and the cake favors.
Photographer: MyLife Photography | Venue: The Trolley Barn | Caterer: Badda Bing Catering | Event Planner: Sylvia Wayfer Clark | Floral: Juli Vaughn Designs | Drapery: Geri Sims Productions | Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | A/V: Atlanta Audio Visual | DJ: DJ Extreme | Stationery: Blush Paperie | Transportation: Superior Limousine | Hair: Today’s Salon | Makeup: Alicia Brown | Dance Lessons: Ballroom Dance Clubs of Atlanta | Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston | Bridal Party Attire: Bridals by Lori