Kate + Wes

Hi Friends!
We always love seeing how wedding days come together: the roles a couples’ friends and families play, the food they serve, the details the choose to include. There are so many personal choices and touches that can be included into a wedding day, and seeing what couples choose to do with their day is always really special to see. I loved Kate and Wes’ sophisticated yet understated taste. In the heart of Downtown Atlanta, at First Presbyterian and the fabulous Fox, was the perfect location for their romantic ceremony and reception. 
One of my favorite moments from the days was the few second before Kate walked down the aisle as she waited on the other side of the old wooden church doors, with the glow of the lights illuminating her slightly… the anticipation was palpable and the setting dramatic and romantic, it was a moment that took my breath away and I feel so lucky to have witnessed it. 
Kate and Wes, thank you for putting all your trust in us for capturing this spectacular day! We hope these photos bring you back to the moments which made the day so special and we hope your friends and family who missed out on being there will feel like they experienced it all with you! 
Much joy to the both of you!!
Alea
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OH!! and of course we got to work with a few of our favorite vendors, Ashley from Courtney Surber Paz made the night flawless. Eva from Tulip did an amazing job on the florals.

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