This colorful wedding celebrated both the bride, Helen's, southern roots, as well as the groom, Tom's, Australian roots- in addition to their shared life in NYC! They were married at Savannah's very own Railroad Museum and were our first couple in Ivory and Beau history to choose to host their ceremony in front of one of the smokestacks outside. They didn't have a bridal party, so Helen had the mothers carry small posies. To put a twist on the traditional blushing bouquet, this bride opted for a pop of bright pinks and fuchsias. They added just a touch of glowing charm to an otherwise rustic industrial venue by stringing cafe lights overhead.
Photography: AptBPhotography | Planning, Design, Styling, Flowers: Ivory & Beau | Venue: Georgia State Railroad Museum | Cake: J Thomas Catering | Hair: Meg Hinton | Makeup: Michael Lynch | Entertainment: Aaron Zimmer | Rentals: Rentiquity| Lighting: Advanced A/V Rentals |