Brian & Julie | Married at Cathedral Christ the King | Sweetwater Brewery

To say I was excited about this wedding was an understatement. I was smitten with Brian and Julie during their engagement session. They go with the flow, have such positive attitudes, and most of all love each other whole heartedly. I loved how on top of everything Julie was. We were even running early on the wedding day… y’all that like never happens.

I loved the timelessness of their entire wedding¬†but definitely had a little bit of their own flare. Julie wore sparkly¬†blue tennis shoes as her something blue and she even sewed every groomsmen’s bow ties, cumber buns, and the flower girl’s dress. I was blown away by her mad skills.

I will admit, I love this couple, but it was a little bit painful (as a UGA grad) to be riding around Atlanta in the GA Tech Trolley. Their whole bridal party made up for it in their jokes and dancing. You could tell how much each person loved Brian and Julie and all they wanted to to was celebrated their wedding day. This bridal party embodied exactly what you should consider when you are picking your bridal party. They also embodied the attitude that you should have if someone asks you to be apart of their wedding day, a servants attitude.

Shoutout to an amazing Vendor team:

Ceremony Venue: Cathedral Christ the King

Reception Venue: Sweetwater Brewery

Hotel (first look, bridal party photos): AC Mariott

Wedding Planner: Sincerely Yours Events

Dress Shop: Bel Fiore

Dress & Lace Top: Essence of Australia & BHLDN

Rings: Laura Powers Jewelry

Shoes: Gap

Tuxes: Black Tux

Flowers: Bouqs

Hair: Drybar Buckhead

Makeup: Madison Stewart

Caterer: Sweet Auburn BBQ

Band: Emerald Empire Band

Calligraphy: Emily Rosher

Cake: Publix Brookhaven

Transportation: GT Trolley

Reception Decor (Sweetwater glasses, Table numbers, Place cards): Jonathan Spoerke

1 Comment
  • Julie looks STUNNING and Brian is the absolute happiest groom ever!! Such a beautiful wedding and you captured it all so well!!

    October 26, 2017

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