Naylor Hall wedding in Roswell Georgia -Ginny and Lenny

Since moving to Georgia, we definitely have seen our fair share of wedding traditions. Southern weddings are a celebration full of joy and hospitality. Everyone greets everyone as if they were a family member, and has made attending such intimate affairs as a photographer all the more welcoming. One such wedding we celebrated last fall was Ginny and Lenny’s sweet and Southern ceremony on the lawn of Naylor Hall. For them, the plantation home was an absolute dream to get married at. Family and friends surrounded them as Ginny and her daughter arrived in a horse drawn carriage, as was the custom of the home. Afterwards, the carriage ride would continue with the new family and newlyweds, waving to the crowd of downtown Roswell patrons as the passed. From Ginny’s form-fitting lace gown, to the calla lily centerpieces, and all the laughter and joy in between- the whole day had the feeling of being together at a Southern family reunion. Congratulations Ginny and Lenny!

  • Marsha - Love these! especially the detail photosReplyCancel

  • Corey - What a beautiful wedding! Naylor Hall is such a great southern venue and I love that the newlyweds they had a carriage ride around Roswell afterward! How fun!ReplyCancel

  • sarah sweetman - Oh my goodness – what an amazing wedding – I love the classic details the bride chose – she obviously put a lot of thought into her special day and you photographed it perfectly. The location in historic Roswell at the Naylor Hall is awesome and set the tone for this gorgeous wedding. They are totally in love and you can feel that through every single image. Congratulations all round to the families and the happy couple!ReplyCancel

  • Patty - your Atlanta Wedding Photography is stunning. I love this location. , Roswell, Naylor Hall is just gorgeous. I think the horse and carriage is such a beautiful addition to this wedding.ReplyCancel

  • Samantha - Wow, Ginny was just so stunning at her wedding at the Historic Roswell Naylor Hall. I love how you perfectly captured everything from start to finish, but what I love the most is the emotion that brings you into the photos. From the excitement of your sweet couple and their daughter riding around in a horse drawn carriage to the natural light reflecting on the gown. All beautiful wedding moments in Atlanta!ReplyCancel

  • Jenny Storment - This Naylor Hall wedding was beautiful. Historic Roswell is a perfect place to get married and hiring you as their Atlanta wedding photographer was a smart move. Beautiful job.ReplyCancel

  • Kathy - What a gorgeous wedding at Naylor Hall! I love all of the detail shots that you incorporated! The Horse Drawn Carriage is such a cool tradition! Amazing job photographing such a beautiful wedding!ReplyCancel

  • Christine D - I had a horse-drawn carriage at my wedding, so seeing this one takes me back! Naylor Hall looks like the perfect southern wedding location!ReplyCancel

  • Megan - This Roswell wedding is gorgeous and you totally rocked it!! I love how clean and beautiful each image is. I’m sure your Atlanta wedding clients love your storytelling skills!!ReplyCancel

  • Laci Patten - This wedding was gorgeous! I will recommend you to anyone looking for an Atlanta wedding photographer! Naylor Hall was absolutely gorgeous. I love all of the emotion you captured and the attention to the little details.ReplyCancel

  • Jennifer Rittenberry - The Naylor Hall was the perfect venue for this Atlanta wedding. It offers everything southern from the grand plantation, old south charm and historic nod with the horse drawn carriage tradition. I see exactly why Ginny and her hubby chose this location to celebrate their special day!ReplyCancel

  • Harshita - I love this idea about the wedding done at the plantation home…beautiful setting and gorgeous wedding. I love your work 🙂ReplyCancel

  • laura - that was a real horse drawn carriage at Naywell Hall! beautiful wedding photos. my favorite is the bride sitting on the mustard colored sofa. lovely. how special to include the young girl in the walking down the aisle and in the carriage.ReplyCancel

    • peachandoak - Thank you Laura, that picture is our favorite too:)ReplyCancel

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