Stephanie and Chris designed their wedding day keeping in mind the cities and countries that had been host to special moments throughout their relationship. They went with an old-world-European-meets-modern aesthetic, with bold décor set against the Swan House’s aged stone façade and overgrown foliage.
Flowers and Rentals Tailor & Table | Location Swan House at Atlanta History Center | Event planning Kristen J. Scott Events | Catering Bold Catering & Design | Videography Switzerfilm | Stationery and Calligraphy Blue Eye, Brown Eye | Cake Bold Catering & Design | Music Luna Strings | Bride’s gown Rivini | Veil Carol Hannah | Hair and Makeup The Moore Agency | Groom’s attire Thomas Pink; Santoni; Tiffany & Co.
An aisle dotted with potted greenery led to a birchwood chuppah, where Margot and Drew said “I do”. Post ceremony, guests indulged in Jewish fare in the form of open-faced Reuben sandwiches and Westwood’s famous cheese bagels. For cocktails “Nothing makes Drew happier than a frozen pina colada,” Margot says of treating guests to tropical and watermelon-basil drinks. In a move that caught her groom completely off guard, Margot invited one extra guest to the alfresco cocktail hour: a Clydesdale horse. “My favorite memory of the day was when Drew caught sight of the surprise,” Margot says.
See more in The Knot’s latest issue of Margot and Drew’s gorgeous wedding day!
Planner & Design – Jesse Tombs of Alsion Events Planning + Design | Ceremony and Reception – Westwood Country Club | Videography – Birdhouse Weddings | Flowers – Wildflowers | Wedding Dress – Vera Wang | Officiant – Rabbi Elizabeth B. Hersh | Hair & Makeup – Daniellestyle | Rental – Exclusive Events | Cake – Cravings | Band – Elan Artists
Sunrise session where the Manhatten and Brooklyn Bridge meet.