Addison and Scott’s late spring wedding at The Swan House is one I’ll never forget. Not only was the design an absolute dream, but more importantly the family of the bride truly became my friends. Addison and her parents treated me with kindness and trusted me wholeheartedly with each decision, and we laughed together through every phone call and meeting. Addison’s dad, Sam, was a big part of the decision-making process when it came to design choices, which was such a delight! We actually nicknamed the ceremony design “The Sam”, because it was his idea, and everyone loved it. Every single detail was planned with so much thought and care, and it was bittersweet for me when the day finally came and went. The journey to their wedding day was so much fun, and I was a little sad that time was over! The sweetest part for me was the finished reception space reveal to Addison, Scott, and her parents. Their reaction was priceless, and thankfully captured by their wedding photographer (and my friend!), Megan Wallach. Be sure to scroll down through the photos and see their reaction to the reception space! To view their wedding film, click here. You won’t regret it.
Addison dreamed of an English Garden wedding to compliment the gardens at the Swan House and the Atlanta History Center. We chose foxglove, garden roses from Grace Rose Farm, ranunculus, butterfly ranunculus, anemone, scabiosa, hellebore, astrantia, mock orange, carnation, and lisianthus from Mayesh Cutflower in Atlanta, and mint and blackberry from my personal garden.
Photography: Megan Wallach
Videographer : Kevin Hursh Films
Floral Design: Gold & Bloom
Planner: Laura Burchfield Events
Makeup: Lace Cosmetics
Hair: Kayla Williams
Rentals: Peachtree Tents
Catering: Bold Events
Cake: Lush Cakery
Entertainment: Atlanta Wedding Band + Bourbon Brothers
Flower Wall + Macaroon Boxes: Epic Atlanta Events
The Grand Reveal
This was the moment we revealed the reception space to our dear clients!
A Review from the Father of the Bride
Spring Wedding at The Swan House and Atlanta History Center
August 26, 2021