January 16, 2019
It was the perfect day for a wedding. Erin and Jameson decided to have a very cute and intimate wedding at the beautiful venue called The Farm in Rome, Ga. If you’ve never been there it is simply breathtaking. The Farm, which is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, sits on over 200 acres and is the most romantic venue I’ve ever been to.
The first time that I met both Erin and Jameson was on their wedding day. They were both so sweet and down to earth. You could tell that they were excited about getting married. Their wedding was perfectly simple and reflected their love for each other in the best ways. They had a short ceremony where they spoke words of love and promises. One of my favorite parts of wedding ceremonies is to watch the couple as they stand there with each other. I love to see if they smile at each other, or talk to each other, or if they are just too nervous to even think of anything except not messing up their vows. Erin and Jameson were so cute and giggly as they stood there. It was like two high school kids holding hands for the first time.
The ceremony was followed by a brief but sweet reception, after all they had a plane to catch (#honeymoonbound). They shared their first dance together in the beautifully lit stables and finished off their day with some cake! What better way to finish off their wedding right? I really enjoyed their intimate wedding day, and I definitely recommend it to anyone who is trying to avoid a huge crowd. Erin and Jameson got to spend time visiting with each of their guests which made it not only memorable to them but also to their guests.
Erin and Jameson, it was such a joy to meet both of you on your wedding day. The love that I witnessed between the two of you was so sweet and I wish you both so much happiness. Thank you for allowing me to serve you.
Photographer: Mejia-Jones Photography
Venue: The Farm, Rome, Ga.
Wedding Planner: Dixie Lee Events and Design
Cake: The Sweet Bar
Florals: Flowers of Rome
Hair & Makeup: Vigilante Cosmetics – Kyle
Officiant: Forever Love Wedding Ministries – Mike Volk