Georgian Terrace Atlanta Wedding

Georgian Terrace Atlanta Wedding

This Georgian Terrace Atlanta wedding was so fun to be a part of! Officially opening its doors in 1911, the Georgian Terrace has been a cherished landmark in Atlanta for centuries. With classic architectural designs like turreted corners, Palladian-style windows, decorative terra cotta, crystal chandeliers, and wrap-around terraces featured throughout the building, The Georgian Terrace is a stunning place for the perfect Atlanta wedding! A huge thank you to Andrea Marie Photography & Joe Barns Media for perfectly capturing Kristine & Aaron’s beautiful day!

Wedding Attire

We love how this wedding day look came together! Kristine’s stunning wedding dress & accessories are from J Andrews Bridal & The Sentimentalist.  Her look was completed with hair by MakeMeUpGA & makeup by Makeup by Ashton. Such a stunning look!

These blush bridesmaids’ dresses from Amazon added such a fun pop of color!

Ceremony Details

JP & Lindy chose the Cathedral of Christ the King as their ceremony venue and it was so stunning!  Built in 1936, the architecture of this building made for the most gorgeous ceremony!

Reception Details

This reception was the most fun! The florals from The Bloom Studio were the perfect touch to the beautiful reception decor. 

For their reception, Lindy & JP kicked off the night with delicious meals and cocktails from The Georgian Terrace. For dessert, they enjoyed the beautiful wedding cake from The Frosted Pumpkin. 

Once dinner and dessert were over, it was time to celebrate with dancing and music by Emerald Empire Band. So much fun!

We are so grateful to have been a part of this special day! Thank you to these amazing vendors – we could not have done this without you!

Ceremony Venue: Cathedral of Christ the King

Reception Venue/Catering/Bartending/Alcohol: The Georgian Terrace

Florals: The Bloom Studio

Photography: Andrea Marie Photography

Videography: Joe Barns Media

Photobooth: Strike a Pose Atlanta

Reception Music: Emerald Empire Band

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