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Sarah + Ethan // A Colorful Atlanta Art Museum Wedding

Oh, this wedding. It was a good one. We’re coming up on Sarah and Ethan’s first anniversary, and it sure was fun to go back through and relive this day. Perfect spring weather, laid back vibes, color GALORE (Sarah and I sooo speak each other’s language), the best music playlists, delicious burgers and made to order milkshakes (the Earl “Gray” in honor of their new last name was my personal favorite). In love with the whole thing start to finish. Enjoy some of my favorites! (Special thanks and shout out to my friend Mary Margaret Smith for assisting and capturing some of the shots you’ll see below!)

Ok, so the next series requires a little bit of storytelling. Remember how I said these two have ridiculously good taste in music? (i.e., it’s pretty much identical to my own musical taste, so therefore it’s obviously best. ;)) Right after their first look, Ethan pulled out his iPhone and gave Sarah a set of earbuds to put in. She had no idea what she was listening to, but you can see as the photos progress that she is realizing that this song was written especially for her. Ethan commissioned Matt Pryor (of the Get Up Kids and the New Amsterdams fame) to write and record the song. Um, yeah. Best wedding present ever! And her reaction? Priceless.

Happy almost-anniversary you two! It was a joy and honor to capture your big day. :)

Coordination and Flowers: Molly McKinley Designs // Venue: Atlanta Contemporary Art Center // Dress: J. Crew // Paper Goods: DIY // Catering: Farm Burger // Hair and Makeup: Meghan Hale Rogers of Joseph’s Salon


Sarah Becker Lillard - I am so glad you are BACK AT BLOGGING! This wedding is lovely and I adore all the colors!! This girl is a soul sister for sure! And I can’t get over the cute tea favors… and not just because it is my favorite kind!! Happy anniversary Grays!

Stacia - I love all of their colorful details! You did a wonderful job capturing these photos!

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