Natalie and James said ‘I Do’ at the gorgeous St. Regis Atlanta.


Surrounded by their friends and family, and a touch of Parisian elegance, the couple shared a beautiful day, sure to be remembered for a lifetime.













Natalie and James were married by Natalie’s Uncle, Michael Tune, and once the deal was sealed, they sent all of their guests to cocktail hour while they had photos taken by the super talented, Catherine Park.


Guests dined on Tuna Tartare in a Black Sesame Cone with Avocado Mousse, a deconstructed “PLT” and Caprese Skewers with White Balsamic. Y.U.M.

Once the guests were moved into the reception space, they were all wowed by the elegant, Parisian touches Natalie chose as a nod to her mother, who was from Paris. Let’s Celebrate did a fabulous job incorporating Natalie’s vision into her stunning décor. We’d also like to give a shout out to Crush Rentals, who provided the furniture and the mirrored sweetheart table.










We don’t want to take up an entire paragraph about what guests ate for dinner, but it is all SO worth mentioning! The couple’s guests dined on Seared Colorado Lamb Chop with an English Mint Sauce, Miniature Corndogs with Spicy Mustard, Miniature Open Faced Beef, Truffle Crusted Diver Scallop, Sweet Corn Puree and Chive Shoots, Chilled Asparagus Soup with Lobster and Heart of Palm Salad, Bibb Lettuce Cup with Seasonal Mixed Greens and Cucumber bundle……yes we’re still going…. Marinated tomatoes and Citrus Vinaigrette, Herb Marinated Beef Tenderloin, Smoked Cheddar and Leek Gratin, Sundried Tomato Crusted Grouper, and Pancetta Brussels Sprouts.

Whew! Are you trying to eat your screen? Us too.

Once everyone was blissfully stuffed from dinner, the party moved to the dance floor where the band, Emerald Empire, rocked the house all night long. Natalie and James danced the night away to the delight of the crowd.








One of the coolest parts of this wedding was the Champagne Saber; a guy opens a bottle of champagne with a knife and it’s really quite impressive! Needless to say, the crowd loved it.


Should we talk about more food? We’ll try to keep it short and sweet. 😉

Dessert was nothing short of decadent, with Salted Caramel Truffle Chocolate Devil’s Food Cake and Almond Joy Pound Cake.


Another really cute touch was the butler passed Vanilla and Chocolate Milkshakes and Pistachio Macaroons.

As the night came to a close, the guests departed with slap-penz.










We’d like to say a huge CONGRATULATIONS to the new Mr. and Mrs. and wish them all the best for their future together!