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Amanda & Vinny Elegant Outdoor Wedding

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We want to send a huge thank you to Blackbird Photography LLC for their work at Amanda and Vinny’s outdoor wedding. This outdoor wedding captures the elegance, romance, and natural wonder of Georgia and more importantly, of Amanda and Vinny’s relationship.

This venue is brimming with luxurious green lawns, waterside moments (and kisses), and of course hints of green around every corner. Amanda and Vinny made full use of this outdoor space, incorporating flowers and trees wherever they could in their ceremony, reception, and photographs.

Just as lovely as their outdoor manor is the couple. Amanda shows off her natural beauty with a huge smile as white as her modern fairytale style dress. She completes her look with a pair of elegant purple pumps and a vibrant bouquet. Her bridesmaids, also in a deep purple, bring a sense of sophistication to the already elegant outdoor wedding. Vinny is likewise dashing in his dark gray suit. The entire bridal party looks completely at home on the grounds of Glendalough Manor.

Glendalough Manor truly is the ideal place for this charming couple to showcase their love as it brings together grace, grandeur, and a wholesome love. Congratulations Amanda and Vinny, we wish you every happiness.

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From Katherine Carter of Blackbird Photography, LLC:

Amanda and Vinny Marotti celebrated their elegant outdoor wedding at the private and serene Glendalough Manor located just outside of Atlanta in Tyrone, Georgia.  The estate is a prestigious Atlanta outdoor wedding venue.  It boasts breathtaking gardens, lush landscape and a unique European Manor tucked away in its own private setting.  The elegant floral arrangements for the couple’s celebration were designed by Nikki Michel of Ciao Bella Weddings in Atlanta.

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Magic Makers:

Photographer:  Blackbird Photography LLC | Floral Designer: CIAO BELLA WEDDINGS

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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