Natalie and Ross’s elegant wedding was held at the Georgia State Railroad Museum, which I think is one of the coolest historic venues in town. For me, anytime I can be surrounded by trains is a fun day! Throw in a hilarious and adorable couple with amazing chemistry, and this photographer is over the moon!
Several months back, I had the opportunity to do an engagement session with Natalie and Ross, which I feel is one of the best ways to get to know a couple. I knew then that their June wedding would be one to remember!
Their ceremony was held outside in the remains of the Machine Shop. A bed of flower petals covered the way as Natalie’s father walked her down the aisle. Following the beautiful ceremony, guests were treated to cocktails under the smokestack. As a sign of the couple’s fun-lving nature, Natalie and Ross choose upbeat songs for their official dances. One of Savannah’s hottest bands, A Nickel Bag of Funk kept the dance floor hopping till the last song was played.
Hair and Makeup: Rob’s Salon
Day of Coordinator: Vicki Fore
Officiant: Rev. Dee Koza
Flowers: A to Zinnias
Catering: Creative Catering
Band: Nickel Bag of Funk
Second Photographer: ChelseaElizabeth Photography