Sheril and Andrew tied the knot in Decatur, GA on a sunny April day. Their stunning American-Indian fused wedding was one to remember. The couple partook in a first look before the ceremony began. The groom’s expression of utter amazement was priceless when he spotted his wife-to-be. The two united as one in the Julia Thompson Smith chapel of Agnes Scott College, a unique wedding venue in Atlanta, GA. The bride’s strapless A-line lace gown with beaded broach from Sweet Elegance Bridal, complimented her chic updo styled by Beauty Bar of Buckhead. The groom looked handsome in a dark gray suit from Suit Supply, while his light purple tie matched the bridesmaids in traditional Indian Saris. Natural lighting filled the Letitia Pete Evans Hall spacious ballroom where the reception was held. Gold decor created a springtime elegance ambiance. The bride changed into a metallic red and orange Sari with ornate jewelry, to embody Indian fashion in the wedding. The grand centerpieces of greens and white stock were arranged by The Perfect Stem. Succulent, white rose, and baby’s breath were incorporated in bouquets and secondary centerpieces as well. Lush pink roses draped down the three tier white and gold trimmed wedding cake crafted by The Cake Hag. Pastries were available for loved ones to take home as a sweet treat. Sharon Theresa Wheaton, a photography team in Atlanta, GA, captured every sweet sentimental moment of these newlyweds’ big day.