In August, we had the pleasure of coordinating Alexis + Ryan’s wedding in Douglasville at Foxhall Resort. The day was graced with lavender, peach, cream, and natural tones with touches of silver courtesy of Southern Stems as these two lovebirds said “I do” in a beautiful outside ceremony. We loved every second of witnessing the love these two have for each other. Ryan is a Marine and we enjoyed hearing how supported and valued he has felt throughout their relationship and his time in the service. When it comes to soulmates, these two are undeniably a match!

One of our absolute favorites moments of the day was Alexis’s first look with her father. The two have such a sweet relationship and it made us tear up to watch his face when he first saw her! We also couldn’t help but notice how amazing Alexis looked in her bridal ensemble, and how wonderfully Carla Gates Photography captured it. Alexis and Ryan’s first look was nothing short of stunning as the bride and groom couldn’t stop smiling. Alexis was perfectly complemented by her ladies in lavender floor-length dresses and the gentleman in classic black tuxedos.

After a heartfelt ceremony complete with a tree planting ceremony, guests enjoyed lawn games and danced the night away alongside the guests of honor. The mother/son dance and father/daughter dance were incredibly special to watch, and the bride and groom’s first dance captured the joy and peace they bring out in one another. The Maid of Honor, Alexis’s sister, and the Best Man, Ryan’s friend, represented the essence of their relationship so nicely in their toasts to the new Mr. and Mrs., and it was clear that everyone in attendance was thrilled to witness such a perfect union.

Alexis and Ryan, we are so thankful to have been a part of your happily ever after. We wish you two all the best as you grow old together!

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Photography: Carla Gates Photography // Design + Coordination: Molly McKinley Designs // Ceremony Venue: Foxhall Resort, The Stables // Florals: Southern Stems // Cake: Lush Cakery // Hair + Makeup: Vigilante Cosmetics // Videography: Up & Up Weddings // Rentals & Drapery: Unlimited Party Rental // Catering: Simply Catering // DJ: Lethal Rhythms

As wedding planners, it makes sense that we LOVE endearing wedding dress shops like The White Magnolia in Buckhead. We were so honored that their team asked us to be a featured vendor at their January Sip & See, as we love our partnership with the shop and many of our brides have gotten their dresses there. The purpose of the event is for brides to come see the boutique’s inventory with champagne in hand to get a better idea of what the shop has to offer before setting up a bridal appointment.

As a featured vendor, we spoke with brides about their big day and our services, and we had a blast! To all the brides out there – if you are looking for the perfect gown, we recommend making a visit to The White Magnolia, and there will be another Sip & See in February. Their inventory is affordable and stunning…take a sneak peek below courtesy of Paige Molina Photography!

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Wedding Dress Boutique: The White Magnolia  // Photography: Paige Molina Photography // Featured Planner: Molly McKinley Designs

I’m so excited to share Kate & Rob’s spring wedding day.

I have a special place in my heart for church weddings, and I loved that Kate & Rob’s story started at the one they chose for their wedding day. Isn’t that the sweetest? We had so much fun working with the couple and the bride’s mom to finalize all of their gorgeous details and decor at one of our favorite spots, The Stave Room.

We’ll share just a few of our favorite details of the big day! Kate and her bridesmaids got ready at her mom’s house in the Morningside neighborhood. I know those moments captured at their house will be cherished forever. I loved Kate’s classic invitations, which we styled in a whimsical way to reflect the bride’s style (even including an Italy stamp- where the couple spent their honeymoon!).

I adored Kate’s bridal style. LeAnne Marshall was the perfect fit for her laid back, girly style. We can always count on the girls at the Sentimentalist find exactly what our brides are looking for! Kate’s flowers were absolutely stunning. The church and the reception room really couldn’t have looked more magical thanks to the artistry of Jacki at Stylish Stems. I also loved how their sweet dog, Russell, was featured on the chalkboard by Kate Turner.  The chalkboard also incorporated a sweet little dachshund and red balloon, which Rob has drawn for Kate on many occasions. Such a sweet symbol of their love! The night was not only beautiful – but super fun. We always appreciate when our clients invest in a killer band and caterer. Special thank you to Emerald Empire and Bold American for always creating amazing events for our clients.

Thank you, Kate, for trusting us with your beautiful vision! & A big thank you to you and your sweet family for referring us to so many of your friends this coming year. We were so honored to work with you all. Wishing you and Rob many years of happiness!

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Photography: James Paul Photography // Design + Coordination: Molly McKinley Designs // Ceremony Venue: Haygood United Methodist Church // Reception Venue: The Stave Room at American Spirit Works // Florals: Stylish Stems // Cake: Frosted Pumpkin // Hair + Makeup: Vigilante Cosmetics // Paper Goods: Reaves Engraving // Signage: Kate Turner Studio // Furniture: Collection Event Furnishings // Catering: Bold American // Band: Emerald Empire // Lighting and Stage: Atlanta Event Decor // Drape: Unique Event Elements // Linens: I Do Linens

It was such a joy to work with Margaret and Brad to plan their October wedding! The sweet couple got married on October 8th, 2017 in Marietta, Georgia at the Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel and Conference Center‘s Brumby Gardens. The bride’s enchanting garden party vision was encapsulated in the floral design of Bloomin’ Bouquets and the sweet touches of romance reflected in the quaint historic home that complemented the natural scenery.

One of our favorite personal touches of the day were the bridal party’s shoes, custom made by the bride’s uncle for the big day. The bride wore silver snake skin heels with her and Brad’s names and wedding date on the bottom, while the bridesmaids stepped out in silver gladiator sandals. The shoes added a fun metallic touch to the rich autumn color palette of the day’s design. Margaret’s bridesmaids wore different shades of purple and blue, adding to the natural and elegant atmosphere. We also loved that the bride and groom’s adorable dog, Milo, acted as their “flower dog”, sporting a flower collar in celebration of their union!

Under a beautiful birch chuppah adorned in greenery, the couple could not have been more excited to become man and wife. It was clear to all in attendance that the two have a lasting love and a fun sense of humor, and this was brilliantly captured by Ben and Colleen in their post-nuptial portraits. Some of our favorite design elements of the day were the long farm tables to capture the family feel for dinner, and the lounge area provided by Unlimited Party Rental.

The couple and their guests danced the night away with the help of Emerald Empire Band, and the groom even played the drums for his bride! The night ended with a sparkler send off and many well wishes. We SO loved being a part of your forever, Mr. and Mrs. Schweizer!

Photography: Ben and Colleen // Venue & Catering: Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel and Conference Center // Planning, Design + Coordination: Molly McKinley Designs // Hair and Makeup: Jennifer C. Nieman // Florals: Bloomin’ Bouquets // Cake: Pastry Shells // Band: Emerald Empire Band // Rentals: Unlimited Party Rental // Paper Goods: Pine and Pen // Signage: Kate Turner Studio

This fall I had the pleasure of working alongside Simply Sarah Photography to create this beautiful editorial at the Cove in Eleuthera in the Bahamas. I’m so thankful to have been a part of it and excited to share these images with you.

Thank you to all of our wonderful vendors for bringing this gorgeous inspiration to life and to Style Me Pretty for the feature.

Check out the full vendor list on the feature page here.

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Photography: Simply Sarah Photography // Planning + Design: Molly McKinley Designs // Florals + Rentals: Boy Meets Girl Weddings // Venue: The Cove // Stationary: Lazywood Lane // Gown: Alexandra Grecc // Bridal Boutique: BASH // Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle // Ring: Susie Saltzman // Hair and Makeup: The Hair & Makeup Collective

Layla Lester and Justin Harkness got married on September 2nd, 2017 at the Cathedral of Christ the King and followed up their elegant ceremony with an energetic reception at Monday Night Brewing. We loved working with Layla and Justin because of the sweet and fun essence of their relationship! The nature of their love was definitely captured in the sophisticated yet fun-loving style of their wedding design. Two of our favorite elements of the wedding party’s looks were Layla’s colorful heels and the groomsmen’s classic yet modern black tuxedos.

The whole day was full of laughter and wonderful touches. One of the most memorable moments was the wedding party’s spontaneous midday trip to Chick-fil-A for an afternoon snack after pictures. Two of the sweetest details were Layla’s monogrammed necklace gifted to her by Justin and her edgy “Harklest” custom leather jacket. Layla and Justin’s goal was for the wedding to feel like a celebration for all of the guests, and the live band and eclectic brewery setting absolutely conveyed that.

The florals by Adaptation Floral Design were beautiful, and their band, The Retreat, wowed guests with their arrangements of Layla and Justin’s favorite songs. The crowd danced the night away and Layla and Justin were in the middle of the dance floor the whole time!

It was so special to be a part of such a loving couple’s big day. One of our favorite aspects of the day was witnessing the couple’s excited smiles and sweet first dance – it was SO evident just how much these two are meant to be! The happiness these two share will undoubtedly last a lifetime, and Laura Barnes Photo and Oak & Willow Wedding Films captured it so perfectly!

We are so thankful to Layla and Justin for asking us to take part in the best day of their lives – we love you, Mr. and Mrs. Harkness!

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Photography: Laura Barnes Photo // Ceremony Venue: Cathedral of Christ the King // Reception Venue: Monday Night Brewing // Planning, Design + Coordination: Molly McKinley Designs // Hair and Makeup: Jennifer C. Nieman // Florals: Adaptation Floral Design // Catering: Mac the Cheese // Cake: Lush Cakery  // Videography: Oak & Willow Wedding Films // Band: The Retreat // Rentals: Peachtree Tents & Events


At the end of August, our team had the privilege of attending Gold and Bloom’s Bottles and Blooms workshop to tap into our inner florists! The owner of Gold and Bloom, Jenna Griffin, instructed us on how to create a floral centerpiece from start to finish showcasing some of the most beautiful blooms of the season. Laura Barnes of Laura Barnes Photo was there to capture every moment. We loved that Jenna’s ultimate advice from the beginning of the workshop was to use our personal taste to inspire the shape of our centerpieces. Some people had rounder centerpieces, while other centerpieces were nontraditional in shape. Some people were drawn to symmetry, while others enjoyed creating asymmetrical arrangements. Once we chose the shapes we had in mind, Jenna invited us to forage from the yard to select additional greenery or flowers. She challenged us to mix textures and to add pops of colored greenery to bring unique flavor to our designs.

After we collected all of the greenery we wanted to use, Jenna instructed us on how to create the foundation of the arrangement, placing greenery so that the shape and height we wanted for our pieces was present before we added any flowers. Jenna walked us through the various flowers she provided for the arrangements, explaining which played more of a supporting role in an arrangement and which typically sat higher and sprung out further, giving more height or width to the piece.

Jenna encouraged us to place our “wow” factor accents in the arrangement before adding all of the flowers. For her, it was a single twig extending sideways from the piece. For others, it was a statement flower in the center of the vase or a cluster of berries.

With that, we began creating. Using the floral shears, floral foam, and charming vases Jenna provided us, we listened to music and bounced ideas off of one another as we designed our masterpieces. Our team had a combination of approaches to putting together our arrangements, each having a final product with a different shape, fullness, color palette, and mood.

We had a wonderful time learning about the art of floral design and cannot wait to attend another workshop. Although we don’t offer floral design, this workshop allowed us to get more insight into how our clients’ personalities and tastes can be represented in their wedding day florals. Thank you, Jenna, for your expertise and for such a fun and inspiring experience!

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Floral Designer: Gold and Bloom // Photography: Laura Barnes Photo // Paper Goods: Elenotes Calligraphy

Lea & Jarryd Wallace were married at one of our preferred venues, Historic Smithonia Farm in Athens, on a crisp October day. I loved how personal, warm, and rich this wedding was. Lea & her mom took great care in making sure everything reflected their unique stories and personalities, as well as pointed to their faith.

Although this wedding had so many memorable moments and details, I’ll just mention a few favorites. Best moment? Lea’s dad sang a duet during her ceremony, which was incredibly beautiful and so special (you can see this in their video at the bottom of the post!). Best detail? First, I have to mention the awesome DIY favors by Lea’s mom. Y’all – these favors were a labor of love. She aged the little pots and grew rosemary for each guest. I loved that pomegranates (and artichokes!) were incorporated from the paper goods to the decor on the tables. Healthy eating is important to both Lea & Jarryd, and is a huge part of their lives. It was fun to weave it throughout the wedding – from the aesthetics to the delicious menu prepared by their caterer.

The florals by Bloomin’ Bouquets were jaw-dropping, and The Neons definitely gave an awesome party. This group danced all night. During the reception, Lea even surprised Jarryd with a whiskey bar. I love thoughtful surprises!

In addition to being super fun, this couple is driven and truly amazing. Lea works with Teach for America. It was always inspiring to hear about her students and work within the organization. Jarryd is a Paralympic runner. He ran in the Rio Olympics and just won the World Championship this year in London.  So, yeah, they are pretty cool. 🙂 Their proposal story was one of my favorites, ever. You can read it here.

The joyful emotions that poured through this sweet couple and their families won’t ever be forgotten. Thank you L & J for letting us share in your planning journey and first day of marriage. We love you guys!

Thank you to the very talented Caroline Fontenot for the photos, and to my friend Candice Lorraine for styling on the day of the wedding!

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Photography: Caroline Fontenot // Venue: Historic Smithonia Farm // Planning, Design + Coordination: Molly McKinley Designs // Day of Styling: Candice Lorraine // Florals: Bloomin Bouquets // Cake: Cecilia’s Cakes // Rentals: Barron’s Rentals // Videography: Oak & Willow // Band: The Neons

Stephanie and Ted celebrated with all their family and friends on the beautiful grounds of Cator Woolford Garden. Throughout her day, Stephanie incorporated several elements of a traditional Chinese wedding, including the classic colors of red and gold, cocktail hour in her Mom’s wedding gown, and a total of five outfit changes throughout the evening.

They said their vows in a hedge-lined garden, followed by a cocktail hour and dinner in a cobblestone courtyard. After dinner, guests were driven by golf cart, up to the reception space, a glass atrium with soaring ceilings. At the end of the evening, Stephanie and Ted’s exited on bicycles, a favorite pastime for the couple!

We loved being a part of this unique wedding. Stephanie and Ted, wishing many blessings on your marriage! Hoping to come to California soon to visit!

A special thank you to Borrowed & Blue for featuring this wedding.

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Photography: Matthew Driun Photography // Venue: Cator Woolford Gardens // Design + Planning: Molly McKinley Designs // Florals: Amanda Jewel Floral Design // Linens: I Do Linens // Cake: Lush Cakery // Hair + Makeup: Jennifer C Nieman // Catering: Fox Brothers // DJ: Black Tie Events // Rentals: Unlimited Party Rental // Paper Goods: Minted

Last year, we helped our brides to create some of the PRETTIEST weddings, if I do say so myself. This early summer wedding at The Hill was absolutely magical. Our bride Brittany (who works with Matchstic Branding) is so good at all the things, y’all.

Look at these paper goods, which were a collaboration between the bride herself and Jess from Bohemian Ink. They are so fun and different! I am obsessed, and so grateful I got to style these pretties. Brittany is a trendsetter, too. Watercolor wasn’t really a thing last year, and I love this take on it. She also created her own wedding signage – can you say talented?

Although all of the details were stunning, the thing I loved most about Brit & Wes’s wedding day was the intention and love they poured into those around them. The details mattered – because the people mattered. Brit and Wes wanted their wedding day to exude the love of Christ! They are inclusive and dedicated friends. I couldn’t imagine a more love-filled and Christ-centered day.

Thank you to Rustic White & Rusticus Films for telling their story.

Also, a big thank you to Grey Likes for featuring this beautiful day, as well! Click to the link to see more.

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Photography: Rustic White Photography // Planning & Design: Molly McKinley Designs // Videography: Rusticus Films // Reception & Wedding Party Florals: Gardenia Floral Design // Bridal Bouquet, Flower Crown, Head Table & Signage Florals: ESTORIE // Print Design  and  Signage: Brittany Blankenship at Matchstic // Calligraphy: Boho Ink // Venue: The Hill // Cake: CECILIA’S CAKES // Band: A-Town A- List // Hair & Makeup: Jennifer C Nieman // Dress Designer: Anna Campbell // Dress Boutique: The Dress Theory // Bridesmaids Dresses: Various Designers // Groom & Groomsmen Attire: The Black Tux // Shoe Designer: Something Blue by Betsey Johnson // Catering: Epting Events // Linens: BBJ LINEN // Reception Tent & Chargers: Peachtree Tents & Events // Furniture & Speciality Rentals: Blue Eyed Yonder // Farm Table & Chair Rentals: Barron’s Rentals