Atlanta Wedding Photographer Tips for Planning the Perfect Wedding
Does “Gone with the Wind” make you swoon with fantasies of a traditional, Southern Belle wedding? Atlanta is home to numerous antebellum homes with graceful columns and inviting front porches.
Or if you prefer a more modern venue for your upcoming nuptials, consider the High Museum of Art, Georgia Aquarium, or one of the converted warehouse buildings with expansive loft renovations such as the King Plow Arts Center.
Taylor-Grady House King Plow Arts Center The Georgian Terrace Hotel
Brides looking for a more “natural” feel to their wedding photography can journey to nearby Stone Mountain, the north Georgia Mountains, or simply choose one of the more central Atlanta wedding photography sites such as Piedmont Park, Atlanta Botanical Garden, or one of the many locations along the Chattahoochee River.
Because Atlanta is home to over 5 million residents and the metro area exceeds 8,000 square miles, the choices for venues and vendors is almost limitless. And with the world’s busiest airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, and local commuter train, MARTA, getting in and out of the city will be a breeze for your out-of-town visitors.
When planning your wedding in Atlanta, the most popular venues and vendors do book at least 12 months in advance so keep that in mind when setting your wedding date. The most popular months are May and October, but the mild climate allows both indoor and outdoor ceremonies almost year-round.
Images courtesy of Belletti Photography. Shannon Belletti was voted “Best Photographer in Atlanta” in 2007 by FOX News. She is a member of PPA and WPPI, and you can learn more about her and see samples of her work online at www.bellettiphotography.com.
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