Our next bride firmly believes that being sure of yourself when making decisions for your big day is crucial to having a successful wedding. As you will soon she made some stellar decisions with her fashion, florals and venue selection.
You must read on to learn more, and of course gather up some industrial chic wedding inspiration all in the same moment. As always there are so many more charming details all captured by Alea Moore Photography, so be sure to visit the full gallery.
Don’t Second Guess Yourself
From the Bride: Make decisions with confidence and don’t look back on them with question. Nowadays, with so many fabulous wedding resources, it is incredibly tempting to second-guess the decisions you’ve already made about your wedding. Don’t. Use those incredible resources as tools, but remember that you made your initial decisions based on your gut instinct of what you felt would best fit your vision for the wedding.
Charming Industrial Venue
Summerour Studio has a beautiful mix of lush greenery and industrial elements, such as vines, foliage, and ivy-wrapped brick walls adorning the courtyard and dark wooden floors, a mahogany staircase, and walled windows enhance the inside of the studio. We played off of the charm of Summerour by including such details as candles in mason jars strewn along the windowsills, a wine barrel to display the cake, farm tables with lace runners throughout the room, and café lights throughout the courtyard and the inside area.
Photography: Alea Moore Photography
Cinematography: Atlanta Wedding Productions
Venue: Cathedral of Christ the King & Summerour Studio
Event Designer: Amy DiLoreti of A Flawless Event
Stationery: Jack and Gretel
Hair & Makeup: Jessica Tenny & Lacy Hankins of Intrigue Salon
Dress shop: Bride’s Veil: Wedding Angels
Dress designer: Winnie Couture
Bridesmaid dresses: Bill Levkoff
Photobooth: ShutterBooth Photo & Video Booths
Lighting: Unique Event Elements
Band: Az IzZ