Samantha and Tony celebrated their love with a breathtaking outdoor wedding in Gwinnett county late this November. Not only did the gorgeous river present the perfect backdrop for the couple’s wedding photos, but the outdoor scenery beautifully complemented the elegant fall colors of their wedding!
Having met working at Delta, Samantha and Tony’s love story would not be complete without incorporating some flair of traveling into the wedding. The wedding’s travel theme began with the invitations- a very cute and creative passport themed invitation! They also gifted their guests with some charming luggage tags and customized koozies. Their gorgeous cake was topped with a stunning gold topper depicting the happy couple on top of a heart-shaped globe, perfectly complementing their love for travel and each other!
The November weather in Gwinnett County is so enjoyable that an outdoor wedding is a must! Samantha and Tony took advantage of this by tying the knot against the charming, river-side backdrop. The couple found the perfect way to incorporate Tony’s four daughters with a personalized sand ceremony. This tradition is done by having the couple and the daughters pour different colored sand into a singular vessel to symbolize unity. The colors of the sand looked stunning with the simplistic arbor and backdrop. Such a personalized way to incorporate the children into the wedding! The family will now have another forever reminder of their day by being able to display their vase in their home.
Wine and Cobalt
Samantha looked stunning in a beautiful long-sleeve lace dress that was completed with a long, detailed veil. Her bridesmaids’ looked gorgeous in their floor-length wine-colored dresses, perfectly complementing their elegant bouquets of white, red, and purple roses, completed with baby’s breath flowers. Tony’s groomsmen paired their handsome deep blue suits with the same wine colored ties as the bridesmaids, creating stunning wedding photos that truly complemented the fall colors of the beautiful river-side scenery around them!
Reception and Send-Off
After a delightful dinner and cutting the airplane-themed cake, the dazzling bride and her father shared a lovely dance to Van Morrison’s “Brown Eyed Girl”. The entire group danced the night away on the dancefloor before sending the couple off on their new adventure in a colorful tunnel of glowsticks. This sendoff gave the couple such unique and fun photos they will cherish forever.