The shimmering sun dawned bright on Kelly and Rod’s crisp April morning. The couple was unashamedly in love with spring in Atlanta and the fact that Kelly’s grandmother’s birthday fell in the middle of the season was just icing on the wedding cake. Kate Sasnett of Soiree Catering & Events, the couple’s invaluable wedding planner, designed a day that was distinctly Kelly and Rod, an intriguing concoction of antique and urban at Summerour Studio, an urban wedding venue in the Atlanta Westside District. Kelly, draped in tulle over rose gold satin with a lace illusion top, descended the mahogany staircase to a paper runner on which were song lyrics written by Rod just for her. As they said their vows, the couple stood under a hanging floral installation blooming with ranunculus, creamy roses, lilac, and hellebores to match the bouquets. During the cocktail hour and reception, the vintage charm abounded with antique furniture and cake stands, plush greenery on farmhouse tables, and the architectural whimsy of the venue. The classic and time honored reception scene was a collaboration of Nuage Designs, Atlanta Event Decor, Events Unlimited, and I Do Linens. For Kelly and Rod, delicious, delectable food was a must-have and the food vendors and Sinful Sweets Catering delivered in excess. The eclectic buffet featured an Antipasti display from local meat and cheese purveyors, raw oysters from Kimball House, and Korean steamed buns from Simply Seoul Kitchen. Donuts and a variety of cakes rested on Kelly’s collection of antique cake stands for the completion of a meal that could only be described as decadent. After the meal was concluded, the DJ played rock classics that kept guests on their feet long into the night. Black and Hue Photography, wedding photographers in Tallahassee, FL captured every moment, from the first look to the memorable grand exit, for the happy newlyweds.