Downtown Atlanta Bridals

Millennium Gate Museum

What could be better than you and your bridesmaids hitting the town dressed to the nines at the gate of an old historic Museum in downtown Atlanta? Well… maybe that, plus cake. (But who’s asking?) Join these three lovely ladies for an afternoon of laughs, poise, and beauty!

Kelly is our stunning bride, surrounded by her beautiful redhead bridesmaids Mallory and Deven. The three together make an unbelievably drop-dead gorgeous combination – wouldn’t you say? I am a sucker for gorgeous red hair, I myself have rocked the color (back in my college days), but the combination of their red locks with Kelly’s olive skin and raven-colored hair… it’s just a dream!

What’s the big deal with bridal portraits, anyway?

Often my brides ask me if it’s important to plan a separate bridal portrait session instead of cramming bridal portraits into the wedding day timeline. With everything else going on, that’s one more thing to plan, schedule, and prepare for. My recommendation is if you’re already going to do hair and makeup trials, why not? You’ll already be all dolled up and ready to go! Often times you’ll be doing hair and makeup trials weeks or even months before the wedding day, so it will be the ultimate test run to make sure you’re one hundred percent ready for how your wedding photos will look.

Bridal Session at the Millennium Gate Museum

Vendor Love

Photographer: @ardensea
Planner:  @cassandrapaulevents
Venue:  @millenniumgateevents
Hair: @megdaniellehair
Makeup: @Danielleonestomua
Makeup: @savannamakeup
Florist: @lunarosefloralstudio
Wood Florist: @shopmilesofdesigns
Cake Designer: @vivdlydelicious
French Pastry Chef: @sweet_tiffanys
Bartender: @pourupatlanta
Watercolor Stationery: @villarosapapergoods
Stationery/Acrylic names: @jwpapercreations
Extra Paper Props: @StationeryForLovers
Favors/Gifts: @madianitellc
Tables/Chairs : @luxeeventrentals
Napkins: @blushlula