Do you know the old stereotype of a bridesmaid and groomsmen hitting it off???? Well, here it is in real life!! Hannah and Mason were both in a mutual friend’s wedding when they first met! They hit it off immediately and hung out all night at the reception. Then for their first official date, Hannah took Mason as her date to another friend’s wedding!
Here we are down the road, years later, at their very own wedding celebration! It was all class! The Turnbull was all done up with gorgeous lush floral design by Petaline. I can’t say enough about the flowers. Petaline is truly a step above the rest with an incredible eye for design. Their work looks so natural and somehow still so polished. Hannah’s bouquet was absolutely next level! The days before the wedding I scouted a nearby field for us to their first look in, then we headed back to the Turnbull to seal the deal!
I love the mix of 100 year old heart pine and the iron windows agains the soft fabrics and lush white florals. The Turnbull Building is the perfect mix of old industrial and sophisticated charm.
The couple danced the night away with the help of a live band and Lee Towery Catering! At the end of the night, they headed out in style in Mason’s grandfather’s vintage car!
Venue – The Turnbull Building
Caterer – Lee Towery Catering
Florals – Petaline Floral
Dress – Lillian West from Sweet Elegance Bridal in Decatur, GA
Suit – Jos A Bank
Hair – Korian Bradley w/ Steel Magnolia Salon
Makeup – Katie Hulgan w/ Steel Magnolia Salon
Band – The Atlanta Wedding Band
Cake- Sweet Angel Cakes
Event Design- Me 🙂
Linens – White Table Specialty Linens