Once upon a time, in a land not so far away, there was a woman in love.
After rallying her loyal maidens for a fitting at Bella Bridesmaid, she chose a dress by local designer Erica Angeline for herself. She commissioned painter Kristina Bailey to immortalize her gown for all time with a dreamlike dress portrait.
She Searched Far and Wide
She sourced flowers, photogs, and a custom garter (oh, yes!) from co-op-style bridal salon The Bridal Bar. Her prince followed suit, calling on clothier Ken Barber at his recently opened West Midtown shop.
Word Spread Throughout the Land
Well, to a few close friends at least. (Lady was working with a budget.) She delighted to 150-plus hues of wallet-friendly blooms from local arranger Blossoms Atlanta. Soap confections (stamped with names, date, and sentimental phrases) by local shop Sudstress made for spellbinding wedding favors.
And she lived happily ever after.
Photos: I Do Originals / Courtesy of Carly Daniel Photography; Erica Angeline / Courtesy of Ross Oscar Knight; Something Blue / Courtesy of McLellan Studio; Soap Confections / Courtesy of Sudstress.