It’s hard to know where to start with Meg + Garrison. I had a fantastic time meeting them at our engagement session this summer in Asheville, and since then have known that their wedding would be a blast to photograph.
Garrison is so easy-going, while Meg has a crazy-random-fun side that seems to bring out the best in both of them. They were hilarious in front of the camera, and it was all I could to sometimes just keep my composure and keep photographing, rather than fall on the floor laughing.
The ceremony was at Cleveland, Tennessee’s Broad Street United Methodist Church, which was gorgeous as a venue, and then the reception was at the Old Woolen Mill. Cheryl and Whitney from Blissful Moments were on the spot and kept things well-organized, and the White Table made sure things were perfectly covered. Literally.
The couple’s getaway car was a 1930’s Chrysler from the Coker collection that was absolutely immaculate — not to mention photogenic! Perry’s Petals did all of the floral designs, while Impressions Catering did some fun offerings custom-made for the bride and groom’s tastes. (Namely the “tot-chos” which were tater-tot nachos…we’ll make sure Meg gets the trademark credit for that! 🙂
Last but certainly not least were the Atlanta All-Stars, who did a phenomenal job keeping a lively crowd jumping until late into the night. They had lots of help, as it was a fun group, even more encouraged by the distribution of Pilgrim hats and feathers for Thanksgiving! It was a fantastic night, and we were honored to be a part of it! Thanks also to Sarah from MPC for helping out with your talents!
Congratulations, Meg and Garrison!