First of all Katie & David had a fun colorful brewery wedding at Wild Heaven Beer, and the best part was that they had it their way. I always remind my clients that it is their wedding, not their families and not their guests. I believe that it is worth doing things the way you want to to avoid “buyers remorse.” Most of all, it just ensures that during the day the couple will be at ease and overall excited to be there. The pre-ceremony prep happened in the church she grew up going to. It was at the gorgeous Westminster Presbyterian Church in Atlanta.
The ceremy was held in an ornate chapel. Furthermore, it was grand, symmetrical, and gorgeous. It was funny when juxtaposed with their reception location. It was fun colorful brewery wedding, and they win the award for location choices.
Finally, it is portrait time. This is the best part of the day. Not only is it prime creative time but furthermore it is the time when all stress has been washed away and the relationship and their love can be emphasized. I like to walk my couples away from the crowd so that they can feel alone with each other and more relaxed. We shot for almost an hour and even past sunset. In conclusion, the photos accurately represent how much fun the day was. This is a great example of a couple that enjoyed their wedding and, most importantly, did it their way.
Gear: Canon 5D mk3, Sigma 24mm f/1.4 ART, Sigma 50mm f/1.4 ART, Canon 135mm f/2
Second Shooter: Carson Cress
Wedding Dress: David’s Bridal
Make-Up: Ruth Felker
Jewelry: Hanging By A Thread
Planner: Linda Estille
Florist: Kerry Gragg of Hall’s Atlanta
Cake: Kerry Gragg of Piece of Cake
Food: Community Q BBQ