Planning time: 6 months | 

Design Words: Royal, opulent, modern |

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Service: Full planning + design |

J +Q | 200 Peachtree | Atlanta, GA

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I began working with Jeremiah and Quita 6 months before their big day. My first meeting with Quita was so pleasant. She has such a calm demeanor. The great part about our meeting was that she knew the value in having a Wedding Planner/Designer from the beginning especially because her and her fiance, Jeremiah, have very busy lives.

 

They both knew that they wanted to get married at 200 Peachtree, which is such a gorgeous and over the top venue in downtown Atlanta. To say I was excited to work with them and design their wedding day is an understatement. Above and below is the design I created for their celebration.

The Design Process

I like to ask my clients a few design related questions that allow me to get into their head. One question I try to ask is "if there was one word you would use to describe your wedding celebration, what would it be?" Their word was "royal". What a great word to go along with their bold and opulant color palette of deep plum, fuchsia with accents of lavender, gold and ivory. An even better word to decribe the venue they chose. Here is the design I created for their celebration.

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Quita and Jeremiah communicated that they desired wedding elements that were unique so I developed this design concept for two of their wedding reception tables for their guests. The design was created using serpentine tables and a "low boy" table in the center. The serpentine tables made a circle with an opening in the middle and the floral centerpiece was placed on top of the low boy table. 

 

The centerpiece was also unique. Quita loves candles (as do I) and since we still wanted to have a "royal" look and feel we also added a floral element to the design.