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Tracy + Marc

I love October in Atlanta! If I had to do it over, I’d get married in October, with this perfect Fall weather. Tracy and Marc did just that last weekend at the amazing Intercontinental Hotel. There was such fun energy in her bridal suite with all of Tracy’s best girls getting ready with her. They all looked beautiful, and Tracy’s Mom blended right in with the bridesmaids–I honestly thought she was one of the girls. Marc’s a-dor-a-ble nieces were the flowergirls and I wanted to take them home with us! One of the most tender moments came when Tracy’s Dad saw her for the first time…it was so emotional for them all, really moving!

Tracy looked so beautiful and just couldn’t WAIT to see her groom. Another of my favorite moments was when they saw each other–such pure joy and excitement from both of them. We just love seeing that reaction on a wedding day, it is so beautiful and sweet.

The ceremony was under the most lovely and elegant chuppah. Chris Macksey and Barbara Roos from Bold American worked their magic and created a dreamy setting. By our side were our pals, Donna and Paul from Dewitt Smith Video–always such a pleasure to work with such wonderful and talented videographers.

You should have seen the ballroom! The dreaminess of the chuppah lead into a dreamy lily filled ballroom–just gorgeous. Tracy and Marc entered the room and started their sweet first dance with radiant smiles. Start to flawless finish, the event was coordinated by Sharon Fisher from It’s My Party. That lady really knows how to plan a perfect event! I think Tracy and Marc spent the entire time on the dance floor. I mean, with US Beat doing their thing, how could they not!? The couple was so incredibly happy, their joy just permeated through the entire room!

They are now down under on an amazing honeymoon adventure. Mazel tov, and g’day Tracy and Marc! We loved getting to know you and your families!


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