Caren and Seth met at a community leadership event three years ago, which was co-chaired by Seth. They began talking and as they say, the rest is history...
In keeping with Jewish tradition, they were married at sundown on Saturday, September 8th at the B&A Warehouse.
Caren was a stunning bride in her gown by Judd Waddell and Seth was very handsome in his Mr. Burch tuxedo.
Carens's bouquet was consistant with the white motif. It was a large cluster of beautiful minature calla lilies wrapped in a white satin ribbon with pearl pins.
The bridesmaids dresses designed by Jenny Yoo came from Bella Bridesmaids.
The Sheer charcoal dress can be configured several different ways as shown in the photo. This gives the girls an opportunity to wear it again.
Their bouquets also included calla lilies surrounded by white hydrangea.
The boutonnière were calla lilies.
The precious flower girl carried a silver basket with white rose petals to scatter down the aisle.
Shown above, she is holding one of the mother's bouquets which were presented in silver tussie mussies.
Caren and Seth had a traditional service being married under a chuppah.
The chuppah was designed with white flowers consisting of garden roses, stock, hydrangea, veronica and orchids.
The rabbi performing the service was Caren's cousin from San Diego.
The rings came from Ascot Diamonds in Atlanta.
Caren's diamond band was made from Seth's grandmother's diamonds.
Seth's ring belonged to his father who passed away when he was young. Caren was married wearing her grandmother's gold wedding band.
The solid gold band is used to symbolize no break in their marriage.
As the reception began the band, Nation Wide Coverage, started playing and it didn't take long for everyone to hit the dance floor.
B&A provided amazing food. Barb's Cakes provided an Atlanta Falcon motif for the groom and a yummy three tier wedding cake.
Caren and Seth saved the top of the cake and plan on eating it to celebrate their first anniversary.
Caren and her parents chose Dorothy McDaniel's Flower Market for her wedding because of the outstanding job Dorothy did in executing Caren and her sisters Bat Mitzvahs and her brother's Bar Mitzvah.
Alan Townsend, lead designer for Dorothy McDaniel's Flower Market captured the earthy tone the couple wanted. We were also chosen to provide flowers for the rehearsal dinner at The Club.
Jessica Messer, the photographer did an outstanding job.
Rose petals were thrown on the couple as the evening ended.
We were delighted to be a big part of Caren and Seth's special day.