Atlanta Monday Night Brewing Wedding


J.R. and I were married October 11, 2014, at a quirky-cool local craft brewery in Atlanta, Monday Night Brewing. Ninety of our closest family and friends watched us tie the knot in a short and personal non-denominational ceremony, then celebrated with us in a casual cocktail reception with down home Southern fun.

The number one thing we both wanted for our wedding was for our guests to have a great time. For us, that meant no big fluffy wedding cake, no assigned seats and no rubbery chicken buffet. Instead, we had farm tables and a sofa lounge, a menu of handcrafted beer cocktails dreamed up by a local bartender, plenty of comfort food served up from a food truck (like lobster mac & cheese and chicken & waffles) and inspired popsicle flavors from King of Pops for dessert. We also found ourselves surrounded by more love than we could handle.

By the time we made our exit through a sea of bubbles to the tune of Georgia on My Mind, I was absolutely full to the brim with gratitude for the people who came to celebrate with us, and full of excitement for the new life ahead with my husband.

Atlanta Wedding Welcome Bag
 
Monday Night Brewery Wedding
 
Brewery Wedding Pint Glass Favors
 

Kraft Paper Runner Wedding Tablescape
 
Bubbles Wedding Exit
 

Atlanta Wedding Vendors & Resources

Venue

Monday Night Brewing

Photographer

Paige Jones

Food Truck

Ibiza Bites

Dessert

King of Pops

Coordination

Simply Charming Socials

Officiant

Ed Wilson of Get Wed by Ed

Event Rentals

Blue Eyed Yonder

Photo Booth

Robot Booth

Hair and Makeup

Brielle Brenner

Bride’s Dress

Adriana Papell

Men’s Attire

Proper Cloth

Paper & Flowers

DIY by yours truly

Wedding Website

Custom built with WordPress
thewillifordwedding.com

Guest Accomodations

Hilton Garden Inn & Regency Suites

Welcome Dinner

Hudson Grille



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Have questions?

Need suggestions? On the fence about getting married at a brewery? I love chatting about weddings—just contact me via email or social media. (Side note: You should definitely get married at a brewery.)