The Roundhouse Railroad Museum in Savannah was a unique venue choice for Heather and Charles’ intimate fall wedding. Heather was looking for something a little different, and Charles is an architecture major at SCAD, so they felt the Roundhouse was the perfect spot for both of them. They kept their decor very minimal because they wanted to highlight the beauty of the museum. Arriving at the ceremony, guests were greeted by museum trains, which led them through the decaying building into a garden where the ceremony took place. As the sun began to set on the evening’s festivities, the guests made their way to the reception where twinkle lights scaled the beams showing off the great architecture of the building. Everyone enjoyed a candlelit dinner and danced the night away. Colby Wheeler Photography captured every moment of Heather and Charles’ special day, surrounded only by close family and friends.
Favors and Gifts: Savannah Bee Company
Reception and Ceremony Venue: Roundhouse Railroad Museum – Savannah, GA
Jewelry: The Jewelry Emporium – Cookeville, TN
Tuxedo and Men’s Attire: J. Crew
Photography: Colby Wheeler Photography – Sparta, TN