This wedding was what I would call intimate perfection. Andrea and Scott are two of the warmest people you’ll come across. It was so important to them to keep the wedding party small, guest count low, and celebration the center focus. The Olde Pink House in Savannah was the perfect location for their reception, following a beautiful ceremony in Washington Square. If you’ve ever been to Savannah, you know they are known for their historical squares and this is where many intimate weddings take place. They chose Washington Square because it was within walking distance to The Olde Pink House, letting their guests enjoy the views of Savannah along the way. It also allowed us to get some stunning photographs of the two of them while walking.Read More
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"Our ceremony began at 2:00 p.m., so there was a little gap of time between when the ceremony ended and when we wanted the cocktail hour to begin. One of the things that Andrew and I love so much about Savannah is the history. Most of our guests had never even been to Savannah so we thought what better way to show everyone around than a Historic Trolley Tour. After the ceremony the guests were able to get the party started on air conditioned trolleys with some beverages. The tour guides were hilarious and kept them entertained while the wedding party was busy taking pictures. We had great feedback from everyone on what a great idea it was.
Andrew and I wanted to keep the tradition of having our first look be as the church doors opened. Our photographer, Shannon Griffin, made a suggestion that I do a first look with my father instead. This ended up being such a special moment for us. This was a time for just my dad and I to spend with each other by ourselves. It was emotional, but helped me get over some of my nerves. After all… he was going to be the one walking me down the aisle. The pictures of these few minutes of my dad seeing me for the first time turned out absolutely amazing and something that I will cherish forever.
There were so many great memories from our wedding day that I could go on forever. I think the moments that stand out to me the most now are the times that Andrew and I stopped to just take everything in. After we did our dances and walked around talking to all of our guests, we sat at our sweetheart table in the center of the room and just enjoyed everything. It was such a surreal feeling to look around the room. A year worth of planning had come together in the most romantic way. More importantly, it was the first and probably only time that all of our friends and families from both sides were all together. We were so blessed and humbled that so many people we love were able to make the trip to celebrate us."
Ceremony // Sacred Heart
Reception // Garibaldi Café
Photographer // Shannon Griffin
Planning // Lacy McLaurin with Design Studio South
Florist // Kato Floral Designs
Bride's Dress // Calvet Couture Bridal
Hair // Jessica Bailey with Enchanted Salon
Shoes // “Imagine” by Vince Camuto
Invitation Suite // Do Tell Calligraphy and Design
Cake // Savannah Hall of Cakes