Elana Golder and Leslie Law imagined an elegant, southern, Atlanta celebration for their July 17, 2010 wedding. After a year’s worth of planning, and help from event planner Lauri Hintz, their dream wedding became a reality. The high school sweethearts who have known each other since they were sixteen, got engaged during a walk through New York City’s Central Park, and immediately began planning their Atlanta wedding. Their ceremony was held at Peachtree Christian Church, which Elana described as the ideal ceremony spot, due to its large center aisle and beautiful stained glass windows. Family is very important to both the bride and groom, and they found some unique ways to incorporate family into their plans. Elana wore her mother’s garter and had a broach of her grandmother’s pinned to her bouquet, while the ring bearer carried the couple’s rings on the pillow used in her parents’ wedding. After the reception at the Atlanta hotel and wedding venue the Four Seasons, the couple drove off in a 1930 Ford that Elana’s father had painstakingly restored over the preceding year. Images by Atlanta based wedding photographer 6 of Four.