Hi I'm Michelle, a self-professed "creative Type A," constantly in pursuit of a joy-filled, well balanced life. My deepest desire is to help people celebrate the important moments of life. Please stay awhile and explore all of our planning tips, inspiration, and creative work.
April 30, 2019
One of my favorite parts about this job is getting to bring a couple’s vision for their big day to life. Designing weddings is my bread and butter, and I consider it an honor to be a part of something they’ll remember forever, plus I love weaving a couple’s unique story into that design, making each event something completely fresh and creative. The next best part is sharing some of those fabulous fetes with you guys, and I hope you find a little inspiration to illustrate your own love story.
This bride and groom, Tumini and Fabrice, are super professionals – she is an Industrial Engineer and he’s in finance. They started dating thanks to an introduction through a mutual friend, and after several years and one bad decision to cancel a night out at the botanical gardens (he was going to propose!), the two got married in a gorgeous, sunset-inspired wedding at The Ritz Carlton Atlanta.
Wearing a gorgeous dress by Inbal Dror from Mark Ingram Bridal Atelier and statement Jimmy Choos, the bride walked down an all-white aisle dappled in beautiful fall sunset hues. From rich reds and oranges to warm yellows, glimmering rose gold and pops of purple, it gave the bride and groom – and their guests – a panorama that took their breath away! To honor the memory of her father, the bride also included a special locket with his photo in her bouquet, ensuring that no detail was left untouched – seen or unseen.
The reception mimicked these sunset shades. Centerpieces mixed both texture and hue with roses, dahlias and hydrangeas – echoes of the beautiful bouquets from the ceremony. Sparkling accents reflected light and color across the room. A bold red installation displayed escort cards around the couple’s impactful custom monogram. The cake was a floral work of art, and the menu cards were almost prettier than the food was delicious. Most importantly, the bride and groom loved every inch of it – and had enough fun to prove it!
The evening was packed with dancing, mingling and good food – and after Tumini and Fabrice made their way to the getaway car, guests returned to the ballroom for surprise late-night snacks of sliders, chicken biscuits and fries before jumping back on the dance floor to keep dancing the night away. It was truly a night to have a great time soaking in the good moments – just like a gorgeous sunset. Cheers to Tumini and Fabrice!
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