Gorgeous maroon flowers and gold accents decorated Indigo Falls Events for Bryn & Justin’s romantic winter wedding.
Despite the weather, the couple said their vows outside for this romantic winter wedding. The bride’s bouquet was a mix of white, blush and maroon roses with baby’s breath and greenery. Reception tables were topped with white linens and maroon runners for this romantic winter wedding.
From the photographer: The week before Justin and Bryn’s wedding, the forecast wasn’t looking good. I’ve learned too not trust the weather forecast until pretty much 24 hours out, and sometimes even that isn’t accurate. But in watching, I’m pretty sure I’ve never seen so many changes—it was almost comical—it went from 50% chance of rain to 30% chance of rain, to possible snow flurries and freezing temperatures after dark, to sunny and 0% chance of rain, back to rain and finally the day before 10% chance of rain. The final verdict was that we got a quick rain shower early that morning and then some sun and clouds the rest of the day with temperatures near 60—lots of prayers went up for Bryn and Justin to have a beautiful day, and ultimately, those prayers were answered!
Other: Caroline Stroud Art//Caterer: Atlanta’s Finest Catering//Event Venue: Indigo Falls Events//Floral Designer: A Perfect Wedding Floral Design//Second Shooter: Kristal Whitley Photography//Photographer: Audrey Herron Photography