Multicultural Wedding Agnes Scott College
Fall at Agnes Scott College makes for a stunning place in the city of Atlanta to have an indoor-outdoor multicultural wedding. We were lucky enough to photograph Andrew and Sheril’s multicultural wedding inside the Julia Thomas Smith Chaple, a place we have yet to photograph at Agnes Scott!
We learned in the early planning stages that Sheril would be incorporating Indian and American traditions throughout the day! She had three dress changes and two of her gowns came directly from India. Be sure to check out Drew’s face as he sees his bride for the first time in her American gown. Yeah, my jaw dropped as well, Drew! Sheril’s American gown was flawless.
The reception details were beautifully put together by the team at Park Avenue Events. I love how they added just a bit of Indian flair to their details. The Cake Hag creation covered with luscious pink roses accompanied and the table covered with fruit, a tradition in the Indian culture. The bride and groom offered two dining options at the reception. Check out the adorable elephant, adorn with gorgeous flowers on the Indian cuisine table. Her flower arrangement expertly created, by The Perfect Stem were stunning and succulents lined the lovely gold runners on each table.
This splendid day was published on the Celebration Society website and for a peek at a few different images, head over to their website to check it out. The Celebration Society is a wonderful resource for brides and grooms full of advice, creative decor, tips, and top-notch vendors! Interested in seeing more of these lovebirds? Take some time and check out their sun-drenched Lullwater Park engagement session. We even did a few nighttime images for an extra bit of flair.