It’s no secret that I love history. That’s one of the many reasons that I so enjoy working in Savannah. There are just so many amazing historic locations that make for the perfect backdrop. One of my favorite spots has always been the Georgia State Railroad Museum. The remains of the old buildings and of course the roundhouse itself, which houses a wide assortment of railroad rolling stock. That’s one of the many reasons I was so excited about Rachel and Jonathan’s wedding on the museum grounds.
As soon as I arrived I knew I would not be disappointed! From the guys vintage looking wardrobe of suspenders and bow ties, to the beautiful flowers and bouquets everything was absolutely perfect. The Blacksmith shop was a stunning showcase of vintage place settings and a beautiful mix of colored glassware. The weather could not have been better or the evening more perfect.
Congratulations Rachel and Jonathan! Thank you for allowing me to be a part of your gorgeous day!
Makeup: JW Salon
Officiant: Brad Tatom
Catering: Barnes Catering
China and Glassware: Southern Vintage
Flowers and Bouquets: Carlstedts
Special thanks to Alicia for assisting me!