This Christmas themed wedding took place at the ever beautiful Circle B Venue in Tunnel hill GA.
It definitely was a fun day with lots of laughter! Here a few answers from Bethany about her beautiful wedding.
What were you most looking forward to on your wedding day?
I would say the first look and reading our vows privately to one another were the moments I was most looking forward to on my wedding day. Also, having so many of our friends and family together to celebrate us was something I will always cherish.
Why did you pick the venue that you chose?
I knew we wanted to choose Circle B as our venue as soon as we toured it. Circle B is a beautiful venue for any time of the year, with indoor and outdoor options, was perfect for our medium sized wedding, and is owned by the sweetest, most helpful family. I loved the contrast between the white walls and the rich, brown staircase. The bridal suite was the icing on the cake, and all my girls and I loved getting ready upstairs in it! When we had to move our wedding date last minute, Andrea, the owner of Circle B, was extremely helpful and comforting, calling me daily help in any way she could.
What is your favorite feature about your wedding venue?
If I had to choose one feature about Circle B that is my favorite, it would be the grand staircases. They are beautiful and add a dramatic and romantic flare as you’re walking down the aisle, and between them at the end is a dazzling chandelier.
Is there any particular vendor that you were really excited to have?
Nelya and her assistant were so much fun to work with! We were laughing and smiling with them all day, and we now have beautiful pictures that we will cherish for a lifetime! My hair and makeup ladies were amazing as well. Hair – Emily Williams, Makeup – Brooke Humble. They made me feel so beautiful and we had a ton of fun during the process!
Tell us about the food/drink at your wedding.
We had fajitas at our wedding, catered from an authentic mexican restaurant. The food was special to my husband’s culture and so many of our guests told us how delicious it was! At the bar, we served Modelo and a few different types of wine, which were very popular with our guests as well. We also had a dessert table, set up by my mother-in-law and Josue’s cousins that included all kinds of yummy homemade sweets. That was so special to me as well because of the hard work and love they poured into making a dessert table for our guests!
Any wedding advice you’d like to share with other couples?
In the busy time of getting engaged and planning a wedding, take time to intentionally appreciate those that are helping you, love on your loved ones more, and most importantly, cherish this special time with your soon-to-be husband or wife.
Anna Bradley created beautiful floral work for the ceremony and reception. My favorite was her special touches on this stunning staircase.
How we got the shot:
one ad200 behind with a blue gel at probably 1/8th power, and fill lighting by a video light at full power.
The light with the blue gel catches the white smoke from the sparkles for the blue look. This doesn’t always work if you have wind blowing away the smoke.
Thanks to the following creative team for bringing Bethany’s vision to life:
Venue: Circle B Venue
Floral design: Anna Bradley
Bride’s dress: David’s Bridal
Makeup: Brooke Humble
DJ: sound imitations
Grooms attire: Men’s Wearhouse
Catering: Los Carlos Taqueria
Cake: Lynn’s Delights