Tuesday, June 02, 2009

Saren and Bram

We had the amazing opportunity to shoot two of Atlanta's most beautiful spots on Saturday, the Atlanta History Center and the new, gorgeous St. Regis. It was one of the first weddings at the hotel, and we were so excited. And, it was another chance to work with our gal, Terry Saxe who is just an absolutely fantastic planner!

Saren and Bram met as counselors at summer camp, fell in love and were about to take the plunge! She had always envisioned an outdoor wedding, and the 95 degree heat was not going to get in the way of that! The crew all got ready at the hotel and Steve Moore did an incredible job on her hair and make-up. Even with the crazy humidity, the boiling temperatures...her make-up and hair stayed impeccable all day! We were so impressed. Rodica altered her gown, and Renee Cobb did the styling for her Mom's gown. Really gorgeous.

The ceremony was at the History Center, and they all came walking down the gorgeous stairs to the Swan House lawn...the sun was shining and it was beautiful. They were so incredibly lucky to have many grandparents there under the chuppah with them. I was honestly, very envious of that!

Barbara Roos along with Tony Conway and Event Designer, Amy Saltzman at Legendary Events did the decor, the chuppah was incredible. We had such a great time working with all of them!

After the ceremony, we all headed to the St. Regis for the celebration. The ballroom looked incredible. The had transformed it into a beautiful pink and silver spectacular, the flowers were beyond gorgeous and the tables looked beautiful. This was our first time working with them, and WOW.

I loved the couple's first dance...it was their song, and then Rupert's Orchestra (who was fantastic!) launched into "Grow Old With You" from the Wedding Singer. The couple was surprised, and you couldn't help but smile!

Saren and Bram, we wish you much love and joy together--thanks for letting us share your day!











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