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Leah may have needed a little persuasion to agree to her first date with Brian, but she sure didn’t need any to say “yes” to his sweet surprise proposal, or when it came to picking out the place where they would tie the knot! As the fourth generation in her family be raised in Atlanta, Leah knew the Atlanta History Center would be the perfect venue, and I can only imagine how stunning her dramatic entrance down the steps of the Swan House was for their guests. From the sound of it, they had quite a fun group–according to Leah, the band had to tell guests to sit down to eat dinner because they were dancing too much!

Big thanks to Scobey Photography for sharing this beautiful day with us!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Brian and I met through mutual friends. We were both coming out of relationships, and Brian asked his friend, Charlie, who is married to my best friend, Michelle, if they had any single girlfriends. Michelle said no, because she knew I was just coming out of a relationship and didn’t think I would be ready to date again so quickly. It’s a good thing that Charlie responded, “What about Leah?” Michelle and Charlie spent the better part of a month trying to sell me on all the reasons I should consider going out on a date with Brian. Those reasons included: he is Jewish (so am I), he is an attorney (I don’t typically like the attorney type), and we had grown up living less than ten minutes apart (and yet somehow, we had never met), but the reason that actually got me interested was that he had just built a pool at his new house. It was summer time in Atlanta, and who doesn’t need a good pool to stay cool by during those hot Southern summers?! We went out on our first date with Charlie and Michelle a few weeks later, and the rest is history!

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We did do a first look, and I am so glad that we did. Brian and I had such a huge wedding that it was important to us to see each other first, and take all of our photos before the ceremony. That way, we could join the cocktail hour and try to speak to as many of our guest as we could. We had friends and family in attendance that flew in from all over the country, and we wanted them to know how important they are to us! We also wanted to really be in the moment and enjoy our reception to the fullest. Seeing each other for the first time on our wedding day was just the most amazing feeling, and it was something we wanted to share in private.

There was no question in my mind about where I wanted to have our ceremony and reception. I was born and raised in Atlanta, and I am the fourth generation in my family to be raised in Atlanta, so the Atlanta History Center was the perfect venue. When you grow up in the South, you are surrounded by beautiful backdrops and weather, so I knew that the Swan House would be the perfect setting for our big Southern summer wedding.

My most memorable moment of the wedding was when the doors of the Swan House opened, and my father and I started walking down all the stairs to the ceremony. It felt like time stood still, and the only thing that I was focused on was walking down the stairs to my husband. He was looking up at me with the biggest smile on his face, and it was the most amazing moment of the entire day. Our guests later told me that it was one of the most dramatic and beautiful entrances they had ever seen.

Describe your wedding flowers. I love anything classic, so I knew that I wanted to include some wedding staples, like roses, hydrangea, ranunculus, lilies, and peonies. Unfortunately, peonies were out of season in mid-August. My florist used a flower I had never heard of before that was so beautiful: blushing bride protea! I mean, who wouldn’t want a flower at their wedding with “bride” in the name! For colors, we went with light pinks, whites, and sage green. It was a beautiful combination that didn’t distract from my dress, but was colorful enough to stand out.

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? We decided to do a tradional Southern menu! We served fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, and biscuits as our main course. For dessert, we served traditional Southern dishes like banana pudding, mini pecan pies, blackberry and peach cobblers, and sweet potato moon pies.

Brian and I danced our first song to Sam Cooke’s “You Send Me.” I heard the song on the radio one day, and the lyrics were so perfect, so I asked Brian what he thought of it. He agreed that it would be the perfect song to do our first dance to–we loved the old time-y melody!

Having Yacht Rock perform at our wedding was the best decision that we made. So many of our guests told us that it was the most fun wedding that they have ever been to. You know it’s going to be a great night when the band has to tell your guests to sit down to eat dinner! Our guests filled up the dance floor for the entire night, and the energy and excitement was palpable!

Tell us all about the proposal! Brian and I got engaged in August 2013. We were going on vacation to Mexico for Labor Day weekend. We had gone to Mexico that weekend the year before, shortly after we started dating, and Brian had told me that he loved me for the first time while we were having dinner in our private casita beachside. When Brian suggested we go back to Mexico in 2013, I though that maybe something was coming–I even told my sister that I thought he might propose. So, in typical Brian fashion, he decided to throw me for a major loop! We were getting ready to head to the airport for Mexico, and I was running around the house like a mad woman trying to get all of my last minute packing done. I threw everything in a suitcase, and Brian rushed me out of the house. It was a sweltering August day in Atlanta, and Brian went to open my car door. Well, it was so hot, I kept asking Brian if he could just start the car first, and he kept telling me “Just get in the car, Leah, and then I will start it.” I didn’t understand why he didn’t just get in and start the car to cool it off, but as it turns out, he was helping me into the car so that he could then get down on one knee IN OUR DRIVEWAY to propose before we even left for Mexico! He knew I was on to him, and he wanted our engagement to be a real surprise. It was actually perfect, because we got to make a few phone calls to our family and closest friends before we got on the plane. Then, we got to spend the next five days in paradise celebrating our engagement!
When did y’all get married? August 16, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 350
Tell us about finding your wedding dress. I looked everywhere for my wedding dress! I went shopping in New York with my sister-in-law, but ended up choosing my gown at Joan Pillow Bridal in Atlanta. I knew I wanted a dress that would be perfect for an outdoor summer ceremony, but also glamorous enough for a big ballroom reception. I ended up choosing an all-lace gown, and added a belt by Monique Lhuillier to give the dress a little extra bling.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Don’t take the wedding planning too seriously. This is supposed to be a wonderful time for you and your fiancé, so try to enjoy it as much as possible. Once your wedding day is there, all the planning becomes completely worth it, and the most important thing of all is that your wedding is a day that is just about you and your partner, and the love that you have for each other.
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? More than $100,000
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? Brian and I just bought a new home, so we are settling into married life and planning a renovation of our home, as it was built in 1928. The renovation will include a total gut of the kitchen and family room, so wish us luck, as the project is about to begin!

Photographer: Scobey Photography / Videographer: Cinema Weddings / Planner: Laura Maddox with Magnolia Events / Ceremony Venue: The Swan House / Reception Venue: The Atlanta History Center Grand Overlook Ballroom / Florist: Flowers by Yona / Catering and Cake: A Legendary Event / Rentals: We Rent / Band: Yacht Rock Revue / Paper Products: Eberle Invitations / Bride’s Gown: Anna Maier Couture / Bride’s Belt: Monique Lhuillier / Bridal Salon: Joan Pillow Bridal Salon / Hair Stylist: Nadia Javan / Makeup Artist: Wendy Role for Trish McEvoy / Bride’s Shoes: “Lacie: by Badgely Mishka / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Groom’s Attire: Sid Mashburn

marissa Written with love by Marissa
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  1. avatar Jenny reply

    I agree too much wedding planning can be very stressful.

  2. avatar Classic Wedding Invitations reply

    Gorgeous photography!

  3. avatar Classic Wedding Invitations reply

    Gorgeous details! The planning definitely paid off!

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Katie and Mark’s story has my “hopeful romantic” (as Lara calls it) heart skipping a beat! After being set up by Katie’s friend, who Mark met at a party he almost skipped, they had a wonderfully successful first date, and four years later, Mark proposed while on a trip to Paris. With a story like that, it was only fitting that their wedding exemplified the sweet romance of their love story, combined with the down-home Southern feel Katie grew up with. Simply Bloom Photography did a beautiful job capturing the start of their next chapter!

P.S. Recognize Katie’s stunning dress? We used it in our Berry Bliss shoot! We also loved working with the florist behind these beautiful blooms, Lindsay Coletta, on Fine Feathered Fete. As much as we love our gorgeous editorials, it is even more fun to see some of the elements really come to life in real weddings!

Mark proposed on a trip to Paris in October 2012. We were in the Notre Dame Cathedral and it was absolutely beautiful. We both sat in front of the Pieta and said a prayer, and then he pulled out the ring and said, “Mary Kath, I wanted to ask you, in front of God, if you would spend the rest of your life with me?” I was so amazed by the beautiful ring and the feeling of the moment, I forgot to answer! It was only after he asked if I needed time that I said “Yes please! Yes please! I want to marry you!” It was one of the most beautiful, perfect moments of my life.

Describe your wedding flowers. I wanted my wedding colors to be neutral with pops of color. Since we were outdoors, I didn’t want to compete with the setting and nature. Lindsey Coletta was brilliant. The beautiful draping effect of the bouquets were my favorite detail. I had no idea what the flowers would look like and I was beyond thrilled with the results. They added so much to the environment and brought in a soft, ethereal, vintage feel that was so romantic!

After trying on dresses everywhere from Los Angeles to Orange County, I finally found a beautiful dress right down the street from the hotel I work at in Beverly Hills. When I went in to show my maid of honor a dress, I saw that they had a few new dresses for a Hayley Paige trunk show they were having over the weekend. My bridesmaid and I were on either side of the dress rack and pulled my dress out at the exact same time. As soon as I tried it on, I knew it was “my” dress! It was the most stunning gown I had ever put on and it made me feel beautiful!

Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We decided to not write our own vows. I really wanted to stay present with Mark in that moment, rather than in my head, hoping I was getting the words right. I loved the words of our hand fasting ceremony. My husband is Irish, so we wanted to honor his heritage by having our hands tied together with a Celtic woven rope from Kerry County, Ireland. The prayer talks about how our hands will be the same hands we hold our children with, build a life together with, and hold one another with, and in many years, though withered and aged, will still be reaching out for one another. It was so beautiful and meaningful for us.

Living in L.A. has made me pretty homesick for my roots. We knew almost immediately that we wanted a down-home Southern wedding. After five days of driving around Georgia with my wedding planner and seeing different sites, I was almost in a panic. Mark came down for the weekend and we went to go check out a farm in Madison called the Farm House Inn at Hundred Acre Farm. As soon as we drove up, a collie came to greet us, and we immediately knew we had found the place!

What was one way you saved money or cut costs at your wedding? We did quite a bit of DIY. I did a lot of the signage, as well as collected some of the vintage decor. We were not extravagant on the linens; for us, it was just about enhancing what was already there. Nature speaks for itself, and boy, our venue was phenomenal!

Describe your wedding cake or dessert. My cake was pretty simple, but delicious! A small bakery near my home made a three-tiered buttercream cake that was decorated by my floral designer. It was all gone by the end of the wedding, so I think it was a hit!

Our first dance song was to “Passenger Seat” by Death Cab for Cutie. We heard it at the first concert we went to together and it was so moving and beautiful. It has been our favorite song throughout our relationship and just reminds me of us. We had a variety of music played throughout the reception, and our band was amazing! They came from North Carolina and played a ton of Southern rock and country–best dancing ever!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Mark decided last minute to go to a Christmas party that my best friend and her husband were attending. Her husband had been friends with Mark for years, but when my friend met him, she insisted on setting him up with me. He emailed me and we met for coffee. When he walked me to the car, he hugged me and said, “Well… I love you.” I laughed so hard, and said “Okay!” and the rest is history. For our fourth anniversary, he framed our first email, so now I see it every day. Mark gave a speech at our wedding saying he hadn’t planned on going to that party, but decided “Why not?” Every important moment happens in seconds and inches!
When did y’all get married? October 5, 2013
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 80
Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We did not do a first look. I wanted Mark to see me for the first time as I walked down the aisle and I’m glad that’s what we did–it felt more traditional that way.
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: One of my favorite details was an old ladder that had vintage pictures attached to it. All of the pictures were of members of Mark’s family and my own who had passed on. I even have a picture from the early 1900s! Having all of that history on display to honor those who came before us was very meaningful. I am making an album that we will pass along to our children someday.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? Everything about my wedding was Southern–just the way I wanted it. Getting married under an oak tree with a tire swing was so romantic, and it was my ultimate dream to have a Southern reception under the stars, complete with string lights and good Southern music! The menu was also extremely Southern–braised short ribs, parmesan fried chicken, fried green tomatoes, collard greens, and sweet tea, of course! The beer was all local Georgia beer from Sweetwater Brewery in Atlanta and Terrapin in Athens, which was about 20 minutes away.
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Many details and vendors changed at the last minute. We had to get a new officiant a week before the wedding because the one we had originally booked was no where to be found. The videographer cancelled a couple of weeks before as well, but in the end, everything worked out just perfectly. Truly better than I had expected!
If you are comfortable responding, what range did your wedding budget fall into? $25,000-$50,000
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? I fell in love with Simply Bloom Photography before I even knew where I was getting married. Being able to have them shoot my wedding was a dream come true. Also, A Divine Event Catering was phenomenal–people could not stop talking about the delicious food!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? The laughter during the ceremony! My husband and I always laugh together, and it is one of the best things about our relationship. A fly kept landing on Mark’s face while our hands were bound, and it wouldn’t go away! I kept blowing at his face to make it fly away, but it kept coming back. We couldn’t stop laughing! I hope we laugh like that forever.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Take a deep breath and realize that it will be beautiful and wonderful, no matter what. If all of the details aren’t exactly the way you want them, it’s okay. Also, things are most likely going to change at some point during the planning process. People will get sick, vendors may cancel, and it’s best to just ride the wave. One of my bridesmaids told me right before the wedding to take in every moment. It is going to go by fast, so stay present and enjoy it!
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We have quite a bit going on, so our focus for this year is spending quality time together. It can be difficult with our opposite schedules, but it is important. Time can go by so quickly if you let it. We are enjoying our first year of marriage, our three dogs, and our little house.

Photographer: Simply Bloom Photography / Planner: Marisa Negri for Chancey Charm / Venue: The Farmhouse Inn At Hundred Acre Farm / Florist: Lindsay Coletta / Cake Baker: Rhodes Bakery / Caterer: A Divine Event / Rentals: CRUSH Event Rentals / Band: The Several Devils Band / Bride’s Gown: “Guindon” by Hayley Paige / Bride’s Jewelry: XIV Karats Ltd. / Hair Stylist: Lorenzo Andarza / Bride’s Shoes: Boot Star / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Joanna August / Men’s Attire: The Modern Gent

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Stephanie reply

    The flowers in this wedding are unreal!! I love the colors and textures used – what a stunning Southern wedding with a sweet love story!

  2. avatar Judene McCalla reply

    I’m so in love with Southern charm theme weddings and this is no exception. Love the decorated door. Every detail stands out.

    P.S. Lisa, you’re not alone. I’m a hopeless romantic as well.

  3. avatar Rachel reply

    I love the traditional wedding. You can tell from the officiant

  4. avatar Occasions In Print reply

    I am so in love with this wedding! Just gorgeous!

  5. avatar Christina Charlton reply

    We loved styling this pretty wedding at Boho! http://www.loveboho.com

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When I first read Kate and Tanner’s interview, I couldn’t resist asking Emily right away, “Are Kate and Tanner’s wedding pictures fabulous?” She confirmed that they were, and while I waited to see them, it felt much like waiting to see pictures from a friend’s wedding. Kate seems like the kind of gal who would be so much fun to hang out with and chat with about all things wedding! She and Tanner drew inspiration for their glamorous Dallas wedding from one of the most meaningful places–their rose gold wedding rings that symbolize their commitment to one another. I love her reminder that “You can’t go wrong with weddings. They’re all beautiful, and at the end of the day, we were married! That’s all that really matters.”

A big thank you to F8 Studios for sharing Kate and Tanner’s big day with us!

Tell us about finding your wedding dress. My best friend, Cecily Richardson, and my mom, Sandi Treliving, accompanied me for a day of shopping in Dallas! We went to four wedding dress shops in total with the last stop of the day being the Neiman Marcus Bridal Salon in Downtown Dallas. I had tried on so many dresses that day and literally loved them all. I can’t remember if it was my mom or Cecily, but they found a dress tucked amongst them all and said, “What about this one?” It looked a little risqué as it dipped low in the front and had a sheer back, but I thought I’d give it a try. As soon as I put it on, I knew it was the one! Fit me like a glove and was like nothing I’d ever seen before. Funny enough, it was packed up ten minutes after I tried it on and shipped to another store—it was only there for a one-day trunk show! Talk about lucky! I added an extra foot of length to the train and everything was hand-done by the designer, Reem Acra. They didn’t end up putting the dress into production from the line, so I ended up with a custom Reem Acra gown! The tailor at Neiman’s put the finishing touches on the dress.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We didn’t. As modern of a woman that I’d like to think that I am, I really wanted to feel all the emotions possible of seeing each other for the first time, walking towards becoming husband and wife, and being in front of our family and our friends. When we locked eyes across the aisle, it was such a powerful moment. I want to do it all again!

Our ceremony and cocktail hour music was played by the Dallas String Quartet—Electric Strings! Our family members walked down the aisle to “Unforgettable” by Nat King Cole. Our wedding party walked down the aisle to “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis. I walked down the aisle to “Wild Horses” by the Rolling Stones and we walked out as husband and wife to “All You Need Is Love” by the Beatles. Our first dance was to “That’s How Strong My Love Is” by Otis Redding. My father/daughter dance was to “My Girl” by The Temptations. Tanner and his mom, Lynnae, danced to “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King. I also had an outfit change into my “party dress” and we were reintroduced to the room to “Love on Top” by Beyonce.

My ring is rose gold and Tanner’s is platinum with rose gold inner lining, so rosey-golds were the theme of the wedding. We had peonies, garden roses, orchid chandeliers, cherry blossom trees, you name it! I wish all of those flowers could live forever. There were so many, I felt like I was in a love garden! My bridesmaids had similar flowers with white anemones in their bouquets. The groomsmen’s boutonnieres were white anemones as well. The tables were set with gold/orange orchids on each setting.

My jaw dropped when I saw these tables! I can hardly imagine a more glamorous centerpiece design, and those lucite chairs are so modern and fun.

Our wedding cake was a lemon cake with ginger/cream cheese frosting. It was decorated in metallic gold fondant. Tanner’s cake was a traditional Southern hummingbird cake, his favorite!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Tanner and I met at Pepperdine University. He was a junior; I was a freshman. We had mutual friends, but were both dating other people at the time. I hadn’t seen Tanner in a year or so and thought he had graduated (he had taken a break from college) until the first semester of my senior year. We had a class together and instantly rekindled our friendship. We remained friends until after graduation, but that was it. He had tried to take me on a few dates but I had politely denied. We continued to text each other randomly and I remember asking him via text “When are we getting married?” He wrote back “Cherry blossoms in DC this June!” It wasn’t until Christmas after graduation that he and I had a serious conversation about him visiting me in Dallas. I had tickets to the NBA All Star game, coincidentally on Valentine’s Day, so I invited him to town to attend the game with me. He was my first valentine and my last! The rest is history, and on April 20, we were married in Dallas, under Cherry Blossom trees!
Tell us all about the proposal! Tanner and I both love to ski. The first trip we took together was to Santa Fe, NM during our first year of dating. He told me he loved me on the chair lift during that visit. Two years later, we went back for another ski trip, and this time, he asked me to be his wife at the top of the mountain! It was so exhilarating; I couldn’t ski down the hill! Santa Fe is incredibly romantic, between the pinon wood and the art galleries—I highly recommend it to other couples!
When did y’all get married? April 20, 2013
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 235
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? Definitely not. All I could think about was kissing him, so repeating someone else’s words was hard enough for us both!
Our favorite detail of the wedding was: Probably the orchid chandeliers, nine total. They hung from various points of the ceiling in the ballroom. I also loved the cherry blossom tree where we hung the escort cards in the cocktail area.
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? Our rehearsal dinner was at Sammy’s BBQ in Dallas. We had Brian Houser playing/singing along to acoustic songs during dinner. It was followed by a Welcome Party at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. The theme of this party was Southern chic. We did all greens, whites and wood colors. We had wooden benches with raw edges, tables with Jan Barboglio rod iron details and more! As far as the wedding itself goes, our Minister married Tanner’s parents and his sister previously! They are all from Amarillo. We served jalapeño margaritas at our cocktail hour and the band played “Friends in Low Places” at one point! There may have even been some line dancing!
What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Honestly, the whole process was pretty seamless. I think that since we were engaged for 14 months and started planning within a month of being engaged, we decided on things early on and then when it was time to review them closer to the day, no one could remember what we had decided on! We figured out that you can’t go wrong with weddings. They’re all beautiful, and at the end of the day, we were married! That’s all that really matters.
What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? Bella Flora of Dallas. They made it happen!
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? Tanner and I had our appetizers in a private holding room while everyone else was at cocktails after pictures and they were flipping the ballroom from ceremony mode to reception mode. He and I just got to chill and relax alone!
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Call me! Anytime! I love everything about wedding planning and would love to help anyone I can! But sincerely, I think it’s incredibly important to keep your eye on the prize. You’re planning this celebration in honor of you and your husband. Focus on what will make you both happy in the long run, because the celebration comes and goes so fast! You’d be surprised, but you’re not the only one experiencing a ton of emotions. There are people around you who are reacting to the excitement or stress FOR you. Be strong for them! Be patient. Be gracious. Be a Southern woman!
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We were looking at dogs the other weekend! We’re homebodies. A big night out for us is a late dinner and a few bottles of wine with friends! We’re both really respectful of each other’s individual time (I need a girls night every now and then) but we hate leaving each other’s sides too! We’re taking it one day at a time, dreaming together, supporting each other’s passions for work and looking at what our next move together will be!

Photographer and Videographer: F8 Studio | Planner: Mary Wright Shah from Diamond Affairs | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Ritz Carlton Dallas | Florist: Bella Flora of Dallas | Wedding Cake and Caterer: Ritz Carlton Dallas | Rentals: Ducky Bob’s and Posh Couture Rentals | Lighting: Beyond Lighting | DJ and Band: DJ Lucy Wrubel, Dallas String Quartet, Party on the Moon | Welcome Bags: The Wedding Chicks Shop Bride’s Gown: Reem Acra | Paper Products: Paradise Design Co. & Tara Jones Calligraphy | Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bride’s Veil and Earrings: Neiman Marcus | Bride’s Diamond Bracelet: Vintage | Hair Stylist: James DeFrange of Pura Vida Salon | Makeup Artist: Mayra Rams-Sanabria with My Fabulous Faces Design Group | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Custom by Nha Khanh | Groom’s and Groomsmen Attire: Mister Tuxedo | Transportation: Wynne Sedan & Limousine Group

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Emily reply

    Love all the bold colors and the gold (!!) cake!

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