These Pennsylvania natives celebrated the beginning of their marriage with a gorgeous peach and white wedding in their new home state of Georgia. They wanted to give their friends and family a taste of some classic Georgia style (and flavors!), and they most certainly did in the most beautiful of ways!
Mallory and Brian tied the knot at the Summerour Studio in Atlanta, Georgia. They played up the romantic atmosphere of the space by choosing soft neutrals and an organic style that incorporated fresh Georgia peaches in the floral arrangements created by Bold American Events.
One of our favorite elements that they really highlighted was their major love for food. The groom, Brian, is a chef, and they made several bold food choices that left their guests with some extremely happy tastebuds. One of their more daring options was serving a whole fish, and we love that they made instructions for guests brave enough to debone them on their own. Don’t worry, they did have experts from the catering staff to assist the less confident guests. As a favor, they offered up more Georgia-themed treats with candied pecans and peach butter made by the groom’s mother.
Another favorite detail is their Georgia postcard guest book. They collected a variety of local postcards that guests left messages on, but what made this guestbook extra special is the bride’s mom mailing them these sweet messages each week. What a beautiful way to continue to celebrate your wedding day throughout your first year of marriage!
Mallory shared a few final words with us as some simple words of advice for future couples.
“Looking back on our wedding day, we are still so thrilled with how everything turned out. I can still remember stepping away from the party to dance in the courtyard and just soaking in the joy and beauty of our day. For any brides currently in the planning process, my one piece of advice is to pick a great team of vendors and the rest will be a piece of cake! I trusted my vendors and was absolutely blown away by their team work and execution.”
We absolutely love this advice! Thanks so much Mallory and Brian for sharing your wedding day with us.