Laura and Erik are just sweet and lovely in every way, and beyond cute together. I adored these two love birds from the moment I met them, and their wedding day was perfection. I met up with the ladies at a local hotel for all of the getting ready fun, and then headed to downtown Acworth, Georgia. Acworth is one of my favorite historic areas in Georgia. It’s a classic Georgia town with a railroad running through the middle of it. The historic charm has been completely preserved, and it’s a photographer’s dream with all of it’s old brick, kitchy wall art, and storefronts. Laura and Erik’s wedding venue, The Conservatory at Waterstone, was a gem. It’s tucked neatly in all of the storefronts, but once inside it opens up into a giant loft-like space. I really loved shooting at this one. Here is a little visual story of the day……..
This wedding photographer always looks for old brick, and old stucco. It’s hands-down my favorite facade to work with, and I just think it’s perfection. You can see why I really dig photographing anything in downtown Acworth. 🙂
This Atlanta photographer is up for any Acworth, Georgia shoot. It is just such an amazing little town, and The Conservatory at Waterstone is an absolute gem of a venue. If you are looking for unique venues north of Atlanta you should definitely have a look at Waterstone. It’s fab! 🙂 And be sure to look for this lovely wedding on The Knot soon. They recently picked it up. Yay!