When these two Atlanta residents became engaged, they chose to escape the city for their wedding and instead celebrate in the historic charm of Savannah, hometown of the bride. One of Liz’s relatives actually helped establish the Congregation Mickve Israel, one of the oldest synagogues in the United States, which is why the sweethearts chose that sanctuary in which to exchange their vows. Liz wore a stunningly elegant lace gown from Liancarlo, deep magenta heels on her feet, and Dan could not take his eyes off her as her parents escorted her down the aisle. After the ceremony, all made their way to the Charles H. Morris Center for a time of dining and dancing, Diane McIntosh Band providing the perfect sound all evening long. But the most unique part of the reception? The wedding cake — a lavender flavored pound cake that both tasted and smelled divine! Hurry on over and savor a piece with these images by Scott Hopkins Photography!
Not your typical color choice for a November wedding, a silvery periwinkle was selected by Liz for the bridesmaids’ dresses. Beautiful!
The groom also bore a classic look the day of the wedding, clad in a black suit and tie.
The brick walls and low lighting of the reception space gave it such a stylishly modern ambiance. This is probably one of my favorite reception venues to date!
Photography: Scott Hopkins Photography | Reception Venue: Charles H. Morris Center | Ceremony Venue: Congregation Mickve Israel | Hair: B Street Salon | Catering: Chef Nick Mueller & Company | Event Planner: Tricia Windom | Floral: Garden on the Square | Dresses: Badgley Mischka, Liancarlo | Cake: Mollie Stone’s Market | Entertainment: Diane McIntosh Band | Lighting: JLKevents