The Conservatory in Acworth, GA Wedding :: Holly + Stephen :: with Tyler
HOLY GORGEOUSNESS! Holly + Stephen’s wedding at The Conservatory in Acworth was like walking into a dream… we’re so excited to share the highlights of their day! We got to ask Holly a few questions about some of the special parts of their day to share with you…
What’s the one moment you remember, above all, about your wedding day? What made it feel so special/memorable?
Seeing each other when the doors opened. We could not stop smiling. We’ve waited for six years to say “I do.” So walking towards him was one of the most exciting moments for us both. What made it feel memorable was having our closest friends and family there that have stood beside us throughout our lives and being there to support us on the best day of our lives.
What did you love most about your photographer?
[Tyler] brought our vision to life. He controlled the timing of the events with confidence and calmed me throughout the day. Because of him, I was able to take in every moment. Can’t thank him enough!
Did you include any heirlooms or special items in your wedding day? What made you decide to include it/them?
The song I walked down the aisle to was my Grandpa Anderson’s favorite hymn “How Great Thou Art” by The Piano Guys. My engagement ring is made from my Grandma Barbara’s wedding ring and engagement ring. My husband received a gold necklace worn by his Grandpa Muoio that came in a box with his Grandmother’s handwriting on the box. All of these family members have passed, but there is no question that they were there that day.
What did it feel like to be dressed for your wedding and see yourself, for the first time, before the ceremony?
I literally said “Wow!” It’s hard to put into words, but I felt the most beautiful I have ever felt. Vigilante Cosmetics and Formally Yours made my dreams come true.
What did it feel like to see your future spouse for the first time on your wedding day?
Great joy and peace knowing God made us for each other. Felt so good to honor that by saying “I do”.