Classic southern elegance flowed through every moment of Brittany and Joshua’s timeless Georgia wedding. After a morning of wedding prep, the bride and groom shared a first look outside First Christian Church before heading to The Bee’s Knees, the local restaurant where the couple first met, for a meaningful portrait session. The bride walked down the aisle of the historic church arm in arm with her father. Floral designer Patricia Slagle of Flowers on Broad created a delicate bouquet of garden roses, peonies and hydrangea for the bride. The couple exchanged traditional vows in the presence of 220 guests before walking down the aisle as husband and wife. Brittany and Joshua traveled to their reception in a 1931 Ford Model A Coupe where a champagne tower awaited a toast to the newlyweds. Guests enjoyed a cocktail hour and dinner catered by Jennifer Shufford of Tastefully Yours. The couple’s floral-adorned four-tier wedding cake, designed by Debbie Spangler, stood tall on a sparkling gold sequin swathed table at the entrance to the main room. When guests weren’t dancing to the tune of Play Back The Band, they could be found in the vintage lounge area, full of family heirlooms, created by planner Meghan Bishop.