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Molly & John // Georgia Wedding Film

We were so excited when we heard Molly and John were getting married! We had the privilege of being a part of her sister's wedding and loved their family. We knew Molly and John's wedding would be beautiful, fun and laid-back, and it was all of those! The day was a perfect Georgia spring day. You know within moments of seeing Molly and John together, that they fit together perfectly! They saw each other for the first time at Molly's family's property. The Sandpit was the perfect backdrop to get shots of them together. 

Here is a little insight into the day from Molly and John ... 

{John} The day was perfect--I'd never seen a day so wonderful in my life. The weather was sunny--not too hot and not too humid. There was a calm breeze flowing at the sandpit and at the farm, but the most beautiful part of the day was the evening as the sun radiated on the flat farmlands and pierced the silent windows of the little country church where the ceremony was held. I was nervous up until meeting Molly, but after our first look didn't ever want to leave her side. 

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{John & Molly} Walking into a church filled with the dearest people in my life and Jim Hamlin talking about the people 'in attendance' whom we couldn't see--watching over us and saying prayers for us. I didn't feel scared or afraid of what I was about to do, but rather felt bold and alive. 

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{John & Molly} Having our family, nearest and dearest friends and loved ones there with us while we took the next step. We didn't have an extremely long guest list--we were selective right up until the week of the wedding.

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{John & Molly} Jim, the pastor, spoke the traditional vows, and John's cousin, Mary Grace, read from Ephesians 4:4-6 (THE MESSAGE). We thought the scripture reflected on our desire to be knit together in 'oneness'. On Molly's bouquet, she carried her late Grandfather's American flag pin. Also, she wore a bracelet that her Grandmother passed down to her from Molly's great-grandmother. 

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{John} Picking the 'specifics' (food, drinks, games, band, decorations) for the ceremony and reception took alot of work for both Molly and I. We wanted our guests to have a great time and not to worry about anything.

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{John & Molly) We worked on a 'mashup' dance between "You are the best thing" and "Locked out of heaven" up until our wedding day. We wanted our guests to realize our love for each other was strong, but we still knew how to 'break it down'. The Band was fantastic. There wasn't a single song from the Bride and Groom dances to the closing number that guests weren't crowding the floor, the whiskey bar or the fun 'photo booth'.

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What advice do you have for couples currently planning a wedding?
Enjoy the process, especially the day of your wedding. Don't fight at the registry counter--you'll have plenty of time to return your gifts later. 

Molly and John are looking forward to building their lives together and living in the everyday moments! Congratulations Molly and John! We loved celebrating with all of you! Thank you for trusting us. 

Ceremony Venue: Wesley Chapel United Methodist Church // Reception Venue: The Cotton Barn @ Pineola Farms // Photographer: Ashlee Culverhouse Photo // Planner: Delise Knight @ Pineola Farms // Band: ATL Groove Factory Band // Florist: Delise Knight @ Pineola Farms

*Note: All images above are screenshots from their video.

Morgen & Skilor // Georgia Wedding Video

Morgen and Skilor first met in middle school, but did not start dating until their senior year of high school. Skilor asked Morgen to be his girlfriend on a swing in her front yard. Flash forward five years, and she was sitting on that exact swing when he asked her to be his wife! 

We loved ... 

... That Morgen's Grandmother designed made her shoes and flowers! I have a special place in my heart for talented, crafty grandmothers! Morgen's Grandmother had always designed special wedding day Keds for the girls in her family, but Morgen got special Toms. They were so cute! And her grandmother made all of the flowers! So talented and sweet! 

... Morgen's Victorian style! Morgen's wedding style fit her perfectly! She took time to add Victorian touches throughout. Each table at her reception even had a uniquely styled centerpiece. Every table was completely different. 

... Morgen and Skilor spoke to every guest! They took time to speak to everyone and thank them for coming. And that was a lot of people! It was cute to watch them greet people, then run to the dance floor because a fun dance song came on. Then, back to greeting people. 

... They had family members make cakes for the reception! They had a whole table of special cakes made by family members. Considering all the cakes were gone, I think the guests loved it too! 

Congratulations Morgen and Skilor! 

Morgen and Skilor's Wedding Vendors:

Wedding Location - Forest Park, Georgia // Photographer - Take By Tate // Coordinator -  Mary Eidson // Catering - Farmhouse Catering // Cake - Publix // DJ - DJ NayNay // Makeup - Susan Gramling // Hair - Susan Jacobs // Paper Goods - P&J Printing // Favors - Flattened Pennies by Oded Paz