Autumn in Atlanta is so pretty. Growing up in Texas, there wasn’t a whole lot of “season changing” like there is here — beautiful changing colors, crisp fall weather…that sort of thing. For that reason, I think I’m particularly fond of fall weddings like the one Shamaine & Curtis held this past October at the historic (and completely gorgeous) Georgian Terrace Hotel wedding venue in the heart of downtown Atlanta, GA. This beautiful wedding came to us through the lens of Terrell Clark Wedding Photography in Atlanta, GA.
This photograph is perfect, isn’t it? His face says “Wow! Look at my bride!” and hers “This is the happiest day of my life!” Pictures like this make me smile. On a more practical note, taking pictures in and around your wedding venue or location is a great way to change up the scenery and add unique shots like the one above to your wedding album. Talk to your photographer about incorporating non traditional images into your big day — they’ll love the creative space!
Feathers! This wedding struck me as decidedly whimsical, and the feathers used throughout the night certainly helped. I think we can all agree that there is a right way to do feathers, and a wrong way to do feathers. I love the flair they added to this bouquet! Done in a fairly neutral shade, blending in with other flowers this bouquet if fun without being wacky.
A Vegas-inspired feather headress-esque cake topper would not have been the way to go on this cake (or any wedding cake…ever). Instead, the simplicity of a single plume ties the motif in with other elements of the wedding. And I love the nostalgia of the old cake cutting photograph set on the table. I’d give this table an A for being thoughtful and understated.
We’ve certainly all seen rose petals scattered down an aisle. I’m not knocking it at all — it’s classic for a reason– but what stuck out to me about this aisle was the ombre style of the roses. Out of the box in terms of color use. Eye catching and very creative!
This couple loves Halloween (their wedding was held October 29th), and decided to make a nod toward the impending holiday by offering masquerade masks for guests to wear as the bogeyed down at the reception. I think these would make great additions to a photo booth!
I don’t have details to comment on in this photo, but selfishly I had to end here. How gorgeous, happy and BRIDAL do these two look here?? This is what your wedding and reception should be about: a new marriage, a great party, surging happiness and BIG smiles. Thank you Shamaine & Curtis for sharing their wedding with us today!