We had so many wonderful people make our wedding day happen. I would recommend all of our vendors for an Atlanta wedding.
Melissa Prosser Photography
Who is responsible for all the photos in this post, by the way. Tim chose Melissa well before we started planning our wedding, and eventually booked her to photograph our engagement. We couldn’t be happier with the photos, and we’ll definitely be using her in the future.
Carry Your Heart Events
Without Randi, I might’ve fallen apart. She went above and beyond for us, and… No, really, I would have had a serious panic attack.
Hair & Makeup
All of my bridesmaids opted to have their hair and makeup done, and Brielle was a rockstar. We all looked fabulous (I mean, really). Also, if you want people hanging out with you on your wedding day who will be laid back and not stress you out, this is who you should go to.
La Petite Fluer
I won’t lie; I was clueless about flowers. Corrine made this happen, and I was so happy with the flowers & centerpieces.
Cake & Catering
Carole Parks Catering
Yummy food. What more could you want? We had Carole Parks Catering do the cake too, because one less vendor sounded good to me.
Druid Hills Baptist
Tim and I wanted a church that was in Atlanta, and quickly found that a lot of them don’t allow weddings for non-members. DHBC was welcoming, warm, and gorgeous. Their recent changes in their sanctuary and my personal ties with the church sold me.
The Trolley Barn
It was pretty much a done deal for us when we saw The Trolley Barn. I mean, it’s fairly difficult to find a pretty venue in Atlanta that doesn’t completely rob you. No, really. Go ahead and look around.
Overall the most important thing to me when I was looking at vendors was simplicity. As in, how much easier can they make my life? What do you look for when choosing vendors?