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Georgia Wedding at Serenbe

If we had to envision a wedding for the term “eco-chic,” it would certainly take place at Georgia’s Serenbe outside Atlanta and it would probably look exactly like this wedding from super-talented Andrew Thomas Lee. Newlyweds Sasha and Sarah pulled together the greens of succulents and orange flower tones for a fresh, woodsy palette we’re completely in love with.

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From the photographer: Sasha and Sarah are wonderful people, and they had one of the most beautiful celebrations I’ve ever been a part of. They were both completely taken by each other the whole day, which made things on my end very easy. Their ketubah signing was amazing. Normally it’s a ceremony reserved for family and close friends, but they had everyone from the wedding at theirs! 125 people are taking shots of whiskey and scotch — what could be better than that?

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Wedding Location: Atlanta, GA / Wedding Photographer: Andrew Thomas Lee / Wedding Venue: Serenbe / Wedding Coordinators: Kim and Amy of Serenbe

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