Amanda and Jonathan’s wedding day was by no means traditional; it was an international affair for the history books, held at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History!


Jonathan from Paris and Amanda from Atlanta (born to South African parents), met in France and currently live in San Francisco!   With a love for all places lived and traveled, the couple nodded to all of their favorite things from near and far.


Each of the guests tables were set with two cheese boards for the guests to enjoy – just like a Parisian picnic!  They had a classic New Orleans Second Line for their Grand Entrance, passing out beads and umbrellas for all their guests to carry as they marched along. Bold Designs and Décor did a fabulous job bringing this fun and eccentric theme to life!


Guests also enjoyed Bold American’s food stations which included a fish taco bar, an antipasti station with beautiful grilled veggies, pastas, and salmon.


Catherine Parks of My Life Photography captured everyone’s beauty and excitement! We especially love this shot of the GORGEOUS bride during hair and makeup. Make up by Mikki Ferrar and Hair by Jessica Goldstein.



The Nelson Brownstone Band rocked out all night long, and Amanda and Jonathan’s guests danced the night away in celebration!


Instead of wedding cake, Amanda and Jonathan opted to serve Yogli Mogli frozen yogurt – a huge hit and a welcomed change of pace for their guests.  Fun toppings included gummy bears (the bride’s favorite), fresh fruit and mini M&Ms!


James Futch Videography caught all of the memorable moments while trolling the room, capturing congratulations and well wishes that the bride and groom will not soon forget!


Southern Nights Photo Booth was the perfect way for the guests to take a break from the dance floor!  Tons of goofy faces and priceless memories made.



We had an awesome time witnessing these two special people become husband and wife and wish them many more fun adventures for the future! What city or country will they be in next?