Be still our beating hearts! This sherbert colored love affair has us feeling some type of way, and we just can’t take our eyes off the 1920’s warehouse venue complete with an exposed brick courtyard and greenery aplenty. Lia & Eric’s botanical wedding gives us an extra reason to smile today, and you’ll soon be doing the same!
Atlanta wedding photographer, Justen Clay, is on our hot list. And once you browse this gallery of Lia and Eric’s wedding day, you’ll wholeheartedly agree. He captures moments and details with a softness that leaves us feeling lighter than air!
It should come as no surprise that event and floral designer Amy Osaba Design is behind the botanical masterpieces of this wedding. Is divine the word that comes to mind?
This floral cluster illustration though… As if that’s not cute enough, they have a personalized stamp of their initials!
We love baby buds (and we cannot lie)!
We could fall in love with this ruffled wedding dress from Hayley Paige for infinity and beyond. So much beauty in the voluminous shape and lace fabric!
Cake Hag whipped up the cake to beat all cakes. We’d be requesting a few extra layers for the “anniversary layer” if it were us!
These. Blooms. We don’t want to be dramatic… but we are deceased.
No better hors d’oeuvre than braised tomatoes over burrata on crusty bread if you ask us.
Summerour Studio is rich in century-old brick, climbing greenery and character. We’d love to see what it looked like in its golden day, but then again, who’s to say that isn’t the present?!
Gold foil origami strands create the perfect cake backdrop – don’t ya think it adds an extra bit of sparkle?
Loving this global-inspired guest book display!
Fresh and clean table number idea for those of us obsessed with metallics!
Photography: Justen Clay
Event and Floral Design: Amy Osaba Design
Venue: Summerour Studio
Wedding Dress: Hayley Paige
Bridal Boutique: Lovely Bridal Shop
Groom’s Attire: Bonobos
Paper Goods: Minted
Wedding Cake: Cake Hag