Elizabeth and Ian's wedding day was classic and romantic. They were wed at the Historic Dekalb County Courthouse with it's beautiful stone exterior and marble interior. The touches of pink made for the perfect accent. Elizabeth pulled together a great vendor team and I must say I'm a little biased as the coordinator and the stationer were both in my sorority with me at UGA. The day turned out lovely and I even got to lead the wobble on the dance floor!
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan!
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How did he propose?
We had been planning our "big tip" to Seattle and Vancouver, BC. We had decided to driver out to Mount Rainier National Park and go on a hike. We chose the 6 mile Paradise Trail which would take us right by Reflection Lake. We decided to stop there and eat lunch. Ian suggested that we take a selfie before we ate. When i held up the camera, he was holding the ring behind me! It was a perfect start to our trip.
Describe your fiance in 3 words
Kind-hearted, driven, and genuine
What are you looking forward to most about being married?
Starting our own traditions. We have really enjoyed all of our firsts as a couple, and are ready to start some new family traditions.
Venue | Historic Dekalb Courthouse
Wedding Coordinator | Madison Harrison of Laurel and Gray
Dress | Bridals by Lori
Cake | Carol Anne Everett
Invitations | Pine + Pen Design
Calligraphy | Pine + Pen Design
Florist | Heather Jones of Tulip
Hair + Makeup | Shannon Jennings of Formal Faces
DJ | Jeremiah Flockhart of Nice Entertainment
Caterer | Ann Bearman of Avalon Catering