An late summer intimate wedding day experience hosted at Meadowlark 1939 wedding venue just outside of Atlanta, Georgia.
What advice do you have for couples planning a smaller or micro-wedding?
“Use the small guest count to your advantage to create a more detailed and thoughtful experience for those that are closest to you. At a larger, more traditional wedding, the greatest expense often goes to food and beverage. With a micro wedding, you can adjust your focus to the experience of the guests and creating a design that will express your personalities and stories with more detail. You can still have fabulous food and beverage, but because of the smaller count, you can move more of your budget towards some of the things you would have potentially sacrificed at the larger event.” – Brianne McMullen, Planner & Stylist
What makes the color palette of this wedding unique?
Here, you will find a more sophisticated version of the classic white and blush weddings. Instead of having a color palette that reads overly traditional, we used pinks with undertones of blue, deepening the color tone of some flowers to an antique purple. Instead of using large amounts of greenery in the flowers and bits of blue in the arrangements, we brought deep greens and soft textures blues into the other details such as the linens and candles.
Photography | Abigail Lewis Photography
Design + Planning | Brianne McMullan Events
Floral Artist | Emily Kaye Floral Atelier
Wedding Gown | Elizabeth Fillmore + Mandi Jackson Bridal
Beauty | Margaret Snider & Co.
Reception Gown | Ines di Santo + Mandi Jackson Bridal
Cape Veil | Mandi Jackson Bridal
Stationery + Calligraphy | Lairsey Paper Co.
Tabletop Rentals | Tablemade Co.
Linen Rentals | I Do Linens
Furniture Rentals | Sejour Rentals
Cake | Cake Envy Georgia