When a couple from two different cultures gets married, their big day turns out to be especially unique. Diana and Matt’s beautiful and elegant wedding day was just that, as they incorporated both Jewish and Catholic elements. On a long-anticipated May evening, the couple had an intimate ceremony to sign their elaborately designed ketubah before their ceremony beneath an elegant chuppah, surrounded by friends and family. Diana graced the aisle in a lace embroidered flowing gown from Bridals by Lori while clutching a breathtaking pastel bouquet of peonies, roses, orchids, thistle, and dusty miller with hints of lavender and rosemary fashioned by Stylish Stems. Bridesmaids donned a fresh shade of soft cornflower blue that gave the timeless affair a whimsical feel. The Cannon Chapel at Emory University, a unique wedding venue in Atlanta, where the bride and groom met and graduated, provided an elegant and traditional backdrop that added meaning to the ceremony. Made possible by event planners Marilisa Schachinger & Sarah Chancey of Chancey Charms, an extravagant reception followed at the Four Seasons Atlanta ballroom which was decorated with elaborate pastel florals, gold accents, and romantic uplighting. After enjoying a dinner by the Four Seasons’ caterers, DJ John Scifo had wedding guests dancing, laughing and celebrating until the newlyweds made a grand exit through strewn white rose petals. Images of this timeless and elegant event are brought to you by Ashleigh Croft from Atlanta’s wedding photographers at Reichman Photography.