Being a veritable explosion of history and culture, the city of Savannah was a natural choice for Avigail and Andrew’s wedding. Their event was a coming together of Southern, Moroccan, and Jewish roots, a celebration of the cultures that were deeply engrained in their lives. Avigail and Andrew were married at the breathtaking Temple Mickve Israel, the bride in a handmade strapless gown with a beaded bodice and understated train and the groom in a grey suit with navy accents. The wedding party was in a simple and elegant grey, holding bouquets of garden roses and heather. After the ceremony, the guests were transported to a river boat for a cookie bar, cocktails, and a short trip up the Savannah River to Savannah wedding and event venue, Old Fort Jackson, for the reception. Bright summer florals and lush greenery filled antique vases that were collected by the groom’s mother and the three tiered caked featured delicate edible pansies made by the bride’s mother. As the reception came to a close, guests cooled off via an ice cream truck and those who were still wide awake ventured back to the river boat for a late-night after party. The beautiful celebration was brought together by Bonnie Kaar of Savannah based wedding planner First City Events. Jade + Matthew Take Pictures, Savannah wedding photographers, ensured the memories of the day would be passed down for generations.