Dusk and light flooding in from a picture perfect sunset created a beautiful background for Lauren and Bryan’s wedding at Atlanta wedding venue King Plow Arts Center, a beautiful venue housed in an old industrial building. A beautiful hanging tulip flower arrangement hung above the 80 guests during the intimate ceremony. The couple exchanged vows in front of an arch with an exquisite paper installation background created by Ashley Pepitone Design. Guests then ‘traveled’ (using car, train, boat or plane themed table numbers) to the reception area and were treated to hors d’oeuvres and food stations of salmon, chicken and vegetables along with a table full of 7 cakes! Everyone then danced the night away and celebrated the couple by signing their guestbook next to photo strips taken at the reception. Images by Atlanta wedding photographer Fixed Focal Photography!
The couple was married at the King Plow Arts Center. They had both the ceremony and reception in the same location, and were able to move the guests through different rooms to keep the party flowing and fresh.
Rather than traditional table numbers, the couple assigned modes of transportation to the tables and placed little toys on the place settings that matched the table theme: by car, by train, by boat and by plane. The guests loved the playful toys and many took them home as little souvenirs of the night!
Venue: King Plow Event Gallery | Photography: Fixed Focal Photography | Event Planner: Simply Charming Socials | Catering: Bold American Events | Decor: Juli Vaughn Designs, Ashley Pepitone Design | DJ: TJ Elias | Calligraphy: Little Byrd Lettering | Ceremony Music: Emily Hearn