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The Knot Georgia Weddings Magazine

The Knot Georgia Weddings Magazine

Fall/Winter 2020

Buy The Knot Georgia online magazine to make wedding planning easier. Find all you need to know about wedding dresses, wedding photographers, wedding cakes, having a garden wedding and wedding venues in Atlanta and beyond.

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
XO Group Inc.
Periodicidad:
Biannually
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1 min.
get the look

PHOTOGRAPHY Chris Craymer FASHION STYLING Shelley Brown HAIR Yoichi Tomizawa for Bumble and bumble at Art Department MAKEUP Hector Simancas for Elizabeth Arden at Art Department PROP STYLING Kayleigh Snowden Behind the Scenes Chic in the City Get a sneak peek of what went on at The Knot cover shoot NYC City Hall Weddings Fun facts about our shoot theme. The New York City Marriage Bureau in downtown Manhattan hosts tens of thousands of weddings. A ceremony costs just $25 and requires no reservations. BEHIND THE SCENES: COURTESY OF AUDREE KATE LOPEZ; COURTHOUSE ICON: PEDRO SANTOS NOUN PROJECT…

1 min.
the knot digital download

Real Weddings GET INSPIRED Gabrielle and Vance’s Meadows at Mossy Creek vows were a collaborative effort. “Ashley Charron of Boxwood Bridal Co. gifted us a fully funded wedding, so we didn’t have to worry too much,” Gabrielle says. “I sent Ashley all my ideas and she coordinated everything—though I did get thumb-heavy in Pinterest.” Those Pin-worthy details included rustic touches and nods to the couple’s faith. BEST OF WEDDINGS Ready to assemble your pro squad? Discover the top-rated wedding vendors in your area and find out why couples love them at TheKnot.com/bow. LOCAL LOWDOWN Gather your dream team of local wedding vendors with the help of our Ultimate Wedding Guides at TheKnot.com/georgia. You can connect with planners, photographers and other vendors by searching by region and price in our local Marketplace. Your state directory has…

1 min.
a weekend in savannah, georgia

CHECK IN Make the colorful Bohemian Hotel your home base. Sample fried green tomatoes and sip a Savannah tea at the rooftop bar. DAY 1 5:30PM GET IN THE SPIRIT Book a private mixology class with the cocktail whisperers at Ghost Coast Distillery. 10:00PM JAM OUT Your final destination: Savannah Smiles Dueling Pianos (rockin’ until 3 a.m.). DAY 2 9:00AM RISE AND DINE Revive yourself with an avocado smash at The Collins Quarter. 12:00PM TAKE A STROLL Roam the shoplined streets of City Market for a taste of downtown. 7:30PM CHOW DOWN Try Lowcountry favorites like shrimp and grits at The Olde Pink House. 10:00PM DRINK UP Snag a booth at underground Alley Cat Lounge for craft cocktails and speakeasy vibes. DAY 3 11:00AM COOL OFF Before leaving town, grab a cone at Leopold’s Ice Cream (go for the rum bisque). BACHELORETTE PARTY: JAMIE WEAVERDREAM WEAVER PHOTOS; LOCATION TAG: ALEX TAINOUN PROJECT; GHOST COAST: LINDSEY BURGESS;…

1 min.
unabridged insider’s travel guide

LOCAL TREASURES Our best advice for seeing Savannah? Walk everywhere. Stroll Forsyth Park and snap photos by the stately fountain. Stop by Savannah Bee Company to taste local honey. And whatever you do, don’t leave town without perusing Alex Raskin Antiques located in the Noble Hardee Mansion. INDULGENT EATS You’ll never go hungry (or thirsty) here. Head to Mrs. Wilkes Dining Room for family-style comfort food, Jazz’d Tapas Bar for tasty bites and live music, or Treylor Park for reinvented favorites. Feeling fancy? Spots like The Grey, 700 Drayton and Husk Savannah are worth the splurge. FEAR FACTOR Brave a ghost tour with Genteel & Bard or Hearse Ghost Tours, explore Bonaventure Cemetery and step inside the Mercer Williams House, best known from Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. And there’s always the…

2 min.
we’re in this together

As we go to press, an unprecedented pandemic is impacting our country in ways we’ve never experienced before. Schools and stores are closed, and working from home has become the new normal. Another reality? Canceled weddings. My deepest hope is that by the time this issue hits stands, our world is seemingly back to normal, but I know the repercussions of this will be felt for months. So while we all work to rebuild our way of life, we want you to know that The Knot is here for you via social (@theknot), online (TheKnot.com) and in these pages. Whether you’re forced to reschedule your wedding day or simply feel behind on planning due to weeks of social distancing, we’re here for you. We created the content of these pages…

2 min.
congratulations you’re engaged!

1 NAIL DOWN THE BUDGET Envision your wedding and decide how much you want to spend (and who else will be contributing). 2 BOOK A VENUE Search for the perfect place to celebrate, keeping budget and guest count in mind. Then set the date. 3 GATHER YOUR CREW Ask your besties to stand by you at the altar and in the months leading up to your day. 4 HIREY OUR TEAM Research and book pros—anyone you have to have should be locked in ASAP. 5 DECIDE WHAT TO WEAR Shop for your attire and schedule necessary fittings—don’t forget accessories. s. hoose what your wedding party will wear too. 6 REGISTER + CREATE A WEBSITE Head to TheKnot.com to start a wish list and site. Share the link so guests are in on the details, like room blocks. 7 BUY YOUR WEDDING PAPER Select…