Planned by the bride’s employer and dear friend, Molly McKinley a lovely Atlanta wedding planner, Taylor and Kurt’s destination wedding weekend in charming Savannah, Georgia, was everything the couple dreamed it would be. The summer wedding day arrived bright and beautiful. The lovely bride beamed with happiness in her sheath lace gown, a breathtaking bouquet from Garden on the Square in her hands, and her bridesmaids were pretty beside her clad in shades ranging from ivory to blush. Guests gathered before the sparkling fountain at the center of Forsyth Park for the service, hearts full as they watched the beautiful, traditional ceremony unfold. After the newlyweds sealed their promises with a kiss, everyone traveled by trolley to the Georgia State Railroad Museum a wedding venue in Savannah. Long farm tables dressed up with sequined linens, candles, and feminine florals stood in unique contrast to the industrial vibe of the museum. Southern comfort food from Creative Catering was followed by the choice of six different cakes from Baker’s Pride, including luscious lemon and rich chocolate. Though Sinatra tunes wooed guests during dinner, it was popular hits that drew everyone to the dance floor, the music provided by All About You Entertainment. All too soon the celebration drew to an end, and the new Mr. and Mrs. made their grand exit through dazzling rows of sparklers. Photos by Sterling Graves an Atlanta wedding photographer.