One of the coolest things I get to do is help families celebrate love. Truly. That’s the coolest part of what I do. I get the opportunity every week to bask in the glow that is one person’s love for another. And I don’t care if one of those people is the same sex, religion, or color as the other person. People are people and love is love.
Take a gander at how beautiful this demonstration of love is between Belinda and Danielle at their wedding in April at King Plow Art Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.
They each signed a document, similar to a ketubah, which is their marriage contract. It’s so pretty and so personal. I love this idea as a keepsake to hang on the bedroom wall after the wedding. Really great ones (for all types of ceremonies – Jewish, Same Sex, heterosexual, etc.) can be found at www.ModernKetubah.com.
Love this guest book idea. Each person signed a puzzle piece and when they got home, they put the puzzle together and read everyone’s well wishes. Then they could glue the puzzle together and keep it as artwork.
These ladies LOVE the movies. Every table was a different movie from their personal favorite movie collection. Each person’s escort card was a box of movie theater candy. Cute, eh?
When we asked what their drink of choice was all night, they told us. So we made sure they had Mrs. and Mrs. rocks glasses to properly drink their drink of choice all night.
Toward the end of the night, the Atlanta Freedom Band showed up for a flash mob and played a couple of their favorite songs. Of course complete with the flags and baton squads!
Ladies, it was a pure joy to work with you and help you celebrate your love.
Cheers to an amazingly, happy life.
Wedding Planner: Erica Prewett – A Big To Do Event
Photography: Jess – The Decisive Moment
DJ: Mike Walsh – Amp’d Entertainment
Catering: Bold American Events
Floral and Decor: Bold American
Ceremony Musicians: Candlelight String Quartet
Flash Mob Band: Atlanta Freedom Band
Late Night Snack: King Of Pops