From the bride: Because of COVID-19, we ended up canceling our original plans and planning for a Georgia elopement.
Wedding planning during a pandemic proved to be difficult at best and impossible at its worst.
The first venue fell through three months before our January wedding date.
After replanning everything, we found another venue.
Three weeks before our wedding, this new venue canceled on us.
With the original date being so close they said, “LOVE WINS”, and decided to have a Georgia elopement.
The most special moment was seeing each other as I walked down the aisle.
We’d started the week thinking we wouldn’t be married for another month, and suddenly that month turned into less than a week.
Angel lost it the moment the music turned on, and it was definitely the sweetest and most memorable part of the day.
Coming from a couple whose day went nothing like we thought it would, our biggest advice is to of course plan your day and make it what you want, but make sure to also be excited for the marriage that follows.
It’s easy to get so focused on those few hours that you forget what the ceremony and celebration are really about- your love for each other and the beginning of your life together!
Bakery: The Flour Pot Bake Shoppe
Specialty Foods: Kim Campbell Creative
Dress Designer: Carrie’s Bridal Collection
Event Planner: Emerald Ox Co
Invitation Designer: Bek Designs
Specialty Foods: Bodega Ultima
Event Planner: Abigail Rosilie Events
Makeup Artist: Truly Liz Beauty
Reception Venue: Downtown Augusta
Floral Designer: Amelia Rose Floral
Equipment Rentals: Rosilie’s Rentals
Photographer: Abigail Marie Creative