Courtney & Jorge

Posted by on Feb 25, 2016

We met Courtney and Jorge almost two years before their wedding and knew from the beginning that it was going to be a lovely day.

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Courtney and Jorge had a traditional Catholic ceremony at Christ the King Cathedral. With its beautiful stained glass windows and elegant wooden pews and aisleway, the ceremony venue was a perfect fit for the couple. During the ceremony, a lasso rosary was placed over Courtney and Jorge as a symbol of unity.

After the ceremony, the wedding party moved to the reception venue, The Millennium Gate Museum, for pictures before the guests arrived. Courtney’s dress featured lace details, and her bridesmaids wore gray strapless floor-length gowns. Their bouquets complemented their beautiful dresses and featured white hydrangeas, peach roses and gray dusty miller leaves.

Once guests arrived to the venue, they saw the beautiful amphitheater filled with gorgeous farm tables, crossback chairs, and striking centerpieces. With picture perfect weather for an outdoor reception and a stunning view of Atlanta in the background, guests enjoyed a divine meal and danced the night away as the sun set.

When the sun was finally down, the amphitheater featured beautiful uplighting. The grassy area in between the tables made for the perfect dance floor for all of Courtney and Jorge’s guests.

Guests left the reception with delicious miniature pies. We loved this unique idea, and we are sure the guests did too!

Thank you to Courtney and Jorge for choosing Wedding Belles to be a part of their wedding day. It was a delight to plan the perfect wedding day with you both!

Ceremony Venue: Cathedral of Christ the King
Reception Venue: The Millennium Gate Museum
Photography: Allison Mah Photography
Videography: Blue Sky Productions
Caterer: Endive
Florist: Candler Park Flowers
DJ: Complete Weddings & Events
Bakery: Publix Bakery at Town Brookhaven
Pie Favors: Crave Pie Studio
Lighting: Uplighting America
Tables & Chairs: Collection Event Rentals

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