The marriage of Laura and Mahesh was a colorful and charming mashup of cultures; the morning of their big day was spent celebrating with a joyful Hindu ceremony for Mahesh’s family, and in the afternoon the bride and groom shared their lovely hand-written vows at a ceremony that integrated Laura’s Jewish traditions as well. It was a day full of excitement and happiness, as this pair sealed their future together.
Ashley and Ryan’s wedding journey began with a surprise proposal masked as drinks with friends after a show in New York City. Ashley emailed us the video in her introduction, and as we watched the excitement unfold, we could tell that this was a couple whose reception was going to be quite the fun soiree. And we were right! But the ceremony itself was absolutely lovely, too.
We were honored to be chosen for the impeccably beautiful wedding of Lainey and Sam. A classic Jewish wedding with lots of traditional details, this elegant couple naturally chose the Ritz-Carlton Buckhead as their wedding location. While Lainey grew up in Atlanta, Sam hails from New England, and by the volume of friends and family at the ceremony it was obvious how much love and support for these two surrounded their union that day. What was also obvious, and wonderfully so, was how honored the groom felt to be joining his life to that of his bride. Sam waxed so charmingly eloquent on the joy of the day, it was genuinely apparent to everyone listening how pleased and proud -and grateful- he was to have Lainey at his side, at that moment and forever more.
Lainey and Sam were dedicated to each other under a beautiful chuppah, fashioned along with the rest of the exquisite details by Laura Maddox at Magnolia Events, and upon signing the delicately calligraphed ketubah, this pair set in ink their agreement for life.
Lainey and Sam, we felt truly esteemed to have been part of your lovely and stunningly gorgeous wedding day. We wish you both the very happiest of days spent together, and that you remain as blissfully grateful for each other for the rest of your days on earth.