Brittany arrived to her job as a vet tech at a local veterinarian's office as though it was any other day, but as the day went by, she noticed this handsome fellow in the waiting room. Elliott had found a lost dog and decided to bring it into the veterinarian that day. As Brittany continued to sneak glances at this compassionate guy, she became more and more curious about him.
That day in the veterinarian's office lead to a first date, which lead to Elliott and Brittany attending a family cruise where Elliott chose a night were they were dressed in their best for dinner to take her out on the deck and ask her to be his wife!
On a lovely day in Atlanta, they asked their friends and family to join them as they said their vows at a beautiful venue in Gwinnett County, Little Gardens, next to a bubbling waterfall and under twinkling lights. It was a gorgeous evening for a wedding in the garden behind a southern plantation house.
We wish the bride and groom so much happiness as they begin their life together. Thank you so much for inviting us to capture your special day!
A family friend brought his gorgeously restored 1930 Ford Model A for them to use as their get away car. It made me want to restore a car, or maybe just drive around town in a beauty like this.
Austin captured this moment of the bride and groom seeing each other for the first time. I love how happy everyone looks!
This is the face of a bride who adores her groom.
Brittany folded 1,000 paper cranes for good luck!
The staff and planners at Little Gardens did a wonderful job of making sure that Brittany's vision of a vintage, Great Gatsby themed wedding, was brought to life beautifully.
Many Thanks to everyone who made Elliott and Brittany's day amazing!