Organ and bagpipe music, as well as congregational hymns, filled the the sanctuary at the at Emory Presbyterian Church, during Elizabeth and Charlie’s early November wedding. The ceremony was quite traditional with a twist -- the groom and male family members all were dressed in Scottish attire.
Elizabeth and Charlie considered what some call the bride and groom’s day to be their community’s day instead. According to Elizabeth,”we believe wholeheartedly that we are hosting a party to thank those closest to us for their love and support.”
As a way to make sure their guest had a good time, Elizabeth made sure to include fun activities for the kids, provide games for people who don't like to dance, incorporate music from different eras so that all generations were comfortable, and to provide flip flops and shawls.
Many of the details, including a variety of baskets, table cards and cake toppers were hand-made by Elizabeth.
Ceremony: Emory Presbyterian Church
Florist: Petals A Florist
Cake Artist: Antolina's Cakes
Officiant: Rev. Jill Oglesby Evans
Reception: Emory Conference Center