Heather and Peter’s wedding can be described in two words – genuine and real. In a beautiful, 1930’s home in Lookout Mountain, GA, these two planned a wedding where every last detail was completely personal.

Intimate vows, a ceremony and reception tailored to their likes and relationship, and a sand ceremony linking Heather, Peter, and Peter’s son as one – every word and detail was thought of.

Candles, wood, succulents, beautiful greens and flowers surrounded the ceremony and reception as decor. The tables were set up with beautifully lit candles and wooden stands with succulents and moss; perfect for a late day in March.

The Grandview was such a picturesque, incredible venue. Dances were danced, cigars were smoked, and love was in the air, surrounding each and every person there.

I asked Heather if she had any advice for any future brides/grooms out there and her response was too good not to share. She said “focus on what will last” and I can tell you, I know for sure Heather and Peter did just that.


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