Taylor + Jeff | Dec 28, 2019
Location: Atlanta, GA
Couples Name: Taylor and Jeff
Colors: Taupe, cream, white and gold
Style: Whimsical, garden elegance
Florals: Roses, menta roses, hydrangeas, snapdragon, succulents, and seeded and silver dollar eucalyptus
Fun fact: The couple’s original plan was to get married in June of 2020, but they ended up moving the wedding to December of 2019 after learning the groom’s medical school schedule would have caused him to miss the wedding rehearsal. Thank goodness they ended up moving it to an earlier date because they didn’t have to deal with getting married during the pandemic!
Jeff and Taylor always knew they wanted to get married outside, so when it came time to plan their December wedding the risk they took was well worth it. To complement their outdoor wedding ceremony, they kept their style simple, whimsical and elegant and their florals brought a garden feel to the entire day.
The outdoor ceremony was short and sweet and wouldn’t have been complete without their goldendoodle ring bearer. When guests moved inside, they still felt like they were outdoors with greenery everywhere. From the centerpieces to the head table backdrop to the hanging installations throughout the room, it was magical.
Guests enjoyed the evening taking a polaroid for the guest book, sipping a signature cocktail out of a cup with the ring bearer’s picture on it and celebrating the newlyweds.
THE FAVORITE THINGS:
The father-daughter dance that started as a joke and ended with tears.
“One of my favorite parts of the evening was the father daughter dance. My dad wanted to choose the song and surprise me with it. When it came time for our dance, the DJ started playing “Lose Yourself” by Eminem. This is the song my dad and I would jam out to before my soccer games to pump me up. The look on everyone’s face when a rap song started playing for our father daughter dance was priceless. Everyone was dying with laughter,” told the bride. “After the first 15 seconds of the song, the DJ announced it was a joke and played the actual song for our father daughter dance. The song was “My Little Girl” by Tim McGraw, one of our favorite artists. My dad turned me around to show me that he had created a slideshow of pictures of us from the past 24 years. I was in tears for the rest of the dance seeing all the effort my dad put into our dance.”
Lake Lanier Islands
Jim White Designs
Hair by Katie Hill
Bentley Lee Makeup
Paper Goods + Calligraphy
Shine Wedding Invitations
Rentals & Decor
Special Day Limos
Adair Kucera Photo & Film
Fete & Figs