Today I want to tell you the story of how Holly married Bailey on a perfect spring afternoon on the gorgeous grounds of Villa Christina in Atlanta. You may remember Holly and Bailey from their very cool engagement photos in Inman Park. Once you spend a little time with this couple, a few things become apparent. First, they are fun. Which is my favorite thing. There were some great stories shared while everyone was getting ready. I’d tell you, but I’d have to kill you. The second thing that you notice is that they have style. And I don’t mean they wear lots of trendy clothes and act like hipsters, although they might, I don’t know. (I bet Bailey would look good in horn-rimmed glasses.) Holly and Bailey know how to make a proper finishing touch on all the things they do. For instance, their gift to their wedding guests was a food truck. I know, right? At the end of the evening, after dinner and dancing were all done, everyone walked outside to enjoy some seriously delicious Mexican soul food from The Blaxican. Jalapeño mac-n-cheese, anyone?
And that is the story of how Holly married Bailey. I want to thank Holly and Bailey for having me be a part of your story, and for all the fun that I had getting to know you both. You are a really amazing couple, and I wish you many years of love and happiness!
Holly and Bailey’s Creative Team
Venue – Villa Christina Florist – Bouquets Unlimited by Anne Domain Shoes – Giuseppe Zanotti Dress – Ann Barge DJ – Todd Blumenthal Invitations – Papersource Ring bearer pillow – Blessed in Love Officiant – Father John McCard; St. Martin in the Fields Chivari chairs – Sweet Seats Decorators – Carole Arellano Second photographer – You Are Raven Photography