Choreographing the dance for your reception entrance is a great idea. But something tells us you could use some help with the rest of your big day.
How many snooze-worthy save-the-dates have you received this year? (Don’t answer that.) Angela Elliott Design and Photography’s offbeat, bold, and refreshingly colorful designs will be displayed on your guests’ fridges for months.
You Need Space
The new 56 East can accommodate 50 to 350 guests in its 3,800-square-foot luxury venue, complete with state-of-the-art sound and visual systems, a prefunction area, stage, and the option to use your own caterer or on-site Cellar 56.
Only a handful of shops in the country do custom monogramming, and Buckhead’s Gramercy Fine Linens & Furnishings happens to be one of ’em. You’ll work with the in-house artist to create your one-of-a-kind crest, and then register for fine linens, glassware, towels, napkins, a headboard, and more.
Blushing Bronzed Bride
Your bridesmaids will glow (almost) as much as you after a private prewedding party at Raw Bronzing Studio, where each gal gets a one-on-one airbrushed organic tan ($40 a person). There’s complimentary champagne and fruit for morning soirees, wine and cheese in the evening.
Nothing but the Best
The talented, creative, nontraditional, personable (okay, we’ll stop) husband-and-wife team behind LeahandMark.com photography is so sure you’ll love your wedding photos they uphold a 100 percent money-back guarantee. Did we mention they’re confident?
Honeymooners who want to eat, sleep, and beach all week need not apply. Owen Gaddis (adventure specialist) and Ansley Thomas (honeymoon curator) of Currie & Co. Travels Unlimited will customize an exotic trip (heli-skiing in the French Alps and lounging on the Italian Riviera, a camel safari in Dubai followed by Maldives snorkeling) with special perks only they can snag.
Now back to that routine.
Photos: Courtesy of Leah and Mark Photography; Courtesy of Gramercy Fine Linens & Furnishings; Courtesy of Currie & Co. Travels Unlimited