Amelia + Wilson | Atlanta Wedding Photographers

Hi Friends!

Even though it has been one of the rainiest summers, one thing I have been so thankful for is a cooler summer than normal. For all of our couples who have planned their outdoor weddings, at least if we were able to be escape the rain, they have been blessed with these gorgeous summer days. In the case for Amelia and Wilson, they received the prettiest Saturdays in June and with a lovely outdoor reception at the Cator Woolford Gardens, I was so happy that the sun was shinning and they got to enjoy all that this venue had to offer. I loved this couple style and how they shared their loves throughout their wedding. With pops of green every where, gorgeous array of unique florals by Viridis Designs, and a display of how much the couple loved the outdoors and nature truly overflowed in every detail. 

My favorite part of the day was a family friend had allowed Amelia and Wilson the use of their 1964 Chrysler (in turquoise if I may add). It was a fantastic addition to their day, and allowed us to photo some really awesome moments. Oh, and the best set of Motown I have ever heard played all night by the Timemachine Band came a close second. 

Amelia and Wilson, thanks so much you two. We had a blast celebrating the day with you both! 

Hope the honeymoon up the west coast was just amazing!!! Looking forward to seeing those pictures!! 😉 

Much joy!

alea

Mentions: Coordination- Circle of Love Weddings | Make- up: Harmony Makeup | Catering : Zest Atlanta | Tent : Tents Tents Tents | Cakes : Miss Mamie’s Cupcakes 

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