Audra and Keven had a wonderful wedding in Savannah. We began with photos at the Isle Of Hope Methodist Church, then stopped by Wormsloe Plantation. The heat and humidity were high, however, the bride and groom maintained their composure and were incredible to work with. Upon completing photos around Factor’s Walk and the Bay street area, the couple then joined their friends and family for a reception at Vic’s on The River. The Reception was incredible with much attention to detail and fantastic toasts made by several members of the wedding party. After a night of dinner and dancing, the couple had a sparkler send off.
What made you choose Savannah as the location for your wedding?I visited Savannah with my parents and fell in love with the charm, quaintness, and beauty of the southern city. My husband loved the open container law and the fun the historic city had to offer, so it was an easy choice!
Where did you find inspiration and ideas for your colors and accessories?Pinterest, Martha Stewart, the knot, and other wedding websites and magazinesAny planning advice for future brides?Organization is absolutley key, as well as getting as many things done ahead of time as humanly possible. You can never spend enough time with your family the weekend of your wedding, so talk to all of your vendors ahead of time, print email conversations, and have all of their contact information on hand.Were there any other activities that you planned for guests that you recommend?Our Rehearsal Dinner at Belfords was excellent!# of guests: 115/ Officiant: Pastor Jim Morrow Isle of Hope Methodist Church/ Ceremony Music: Nancy Vogelsang/ Wedding Gown: Tara Keely, purchased in Atlanta/ Hair: JW Salon/ Bridesmaid dresses: Dessy Collection / Groom’s attire: Men’s Warehouse /Groomsmen’s attire: Men’s Warehouse / Florist: Kiwi Fleur / Wedding Cake & Groom’s Cake: Michelle Still, Delectible Designs / Transportation: Old Savannah Trolleys / Guest Hotel Accommodations: Inn at Ellis Square