Colleen + Brian | Miss Milly’s Historic Norcross Wedding Photographer

I’m so so happy to share this wedding here on the blog! <3 Colleen + Brian had the most intimate ceremony @ Miss Milly’s Event Rental shop and it was the perfect place for their little ceremony!

During the ceremony you could just feel the love in the room from all directions! The best part about having an intimate wedding is just like Colleen + Brian her father officiated the wedding & prayed over them and their rings, their nephews walked down the aisle with a sweet note written from Colleen to Brian and handed it to Brian as he read it right before he saw her (this was just so sweet!) & the kids also brought them the rings, their family gathered around and read scriptures from the Bible, and afterwards they got to have family portraits with all their guests!! :]

I’d say besides all the sweet love going on throughout the ceremony… my favorite part was getting to explore Miss Milly’s Event Rental warehouse in the back after the ceremony for the bride + groom portraits! We had so much fun using all their props & getting creative! Colleen + Brian got to have their first dance during this time & of course we captured that & it was so sweet! <3
Second favorite part was at the reception The Crossing at Historic Norcross, I just had to steal the bride+groom away for a few more minutes to head over to the train tracks since the weather decided to cooperate and it was perfectly cloudy and not raining at all! I still brought out my clear umbrella, which I always keep in my trunk for perfect moments like this! <3 & it turned out completely and absolutely stunning! Thanks to these two beautiful humans & their love for each other on this day!

Congratulations to Colleen + Brian! <3

xoxo,

~H.O.P.~

Venue: Miss Milly’s Event Rental @missmillys
& The Crossing (reception)

Flowers: Holland Daze @hollanddazeweddings

Cake: Ginger Spice bakery @gingerspicebakery

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