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Emily + David

We knew this was no ordinary couple when we had our super fun engagement session at Piedmont Park. David had the greatest sense of humor, and Emily could keep right up with him in a flash.

So, we expected nothing less than fun when we arrived at The Temple to shoot their wedding this weekend. And, our expectations were lower than the delivery! Wow. David completely entertained us (and everyone) during formals. He has such an incredible energy and charm! Emily looked so beautiful, and was just beaming all day. The ceremony was charming–the Rabbi was even trying to be witty to keep up with David.

After the ceremony, we got to do some fun outdoor shots with the bridal party. A great group of people! Then onto the party…

Guests entered the ballroom to the smooooth tunes from Yacht Rock Revue. Always a crowd pleaser. Emily and David started with their first dance, and then went right into the ROCKINGEST (is that a word?) Hora we’ve ever seen. Seriously. It went on for about 20 minutes, and involved chairs being lifted, and crazy fun dancing around the couple while they sat in chairs in the center of the circle. It didn’t stop. And, the guests probably would have gone on for 20 more minutes if the band kept Havanagila-ing.

The room was spring-y and fresh…Barbara Roos and Chris Macksey from Event Design Group did such a beautiful job. Sharon Fisher from It’s My Party, Inc. ran the show–and kept everyone of these free spirits exactly where they needed to be and when. The food was catered by Avenue, and it was deee-licious. I am hoping they’ll give me the recipe for their brisket wraps. Holy cow.

We had our fun Photo Studio…and it was one for the record books. Words can’t describe. Let the pics do the talking. Loved that Yacht Rock joined us in there for photos. Such fun guys.

It was such a celebration for two really warm, fantastic people. David and Emily, we loved getting to know you and your families…and look forward to documenting many more special times for all of you. Mazel tov!

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