You know it is going to be a sweet day when you get to see some high school sweethearts tie the not. Eric and Corinna met when she was on color guard, and he was in band; Eric kept asking Corinna’s matron of honor, Amy, all about her, and ended up asking her out. This was in 2010.
Their love stood the tests of time and distance as he attended Georgia Tech and she went to Bama.
Eric proposed in Corinna’s parents’ kitchen on December 30, 2018.
Then on April 27, 2019, all of their closest friends and family gathered together at the Callanwolde Fine Arts Center to celebrate their marriage!
THE WEDDING DETAILS
That chocolate grooms cake was a labor of love from Eric’s mom; this MOG came in to town and made it in someone else’s kitchen because she isn’t local to Atlanta.
Corinna’s gown actually originally belonged to her mom! She gave it a special Corinna touch for her big day. These newlyweds currently live in Cali but flew back home to the southeast for their big day. She flew with her wedding dress in her lap!
The April flowers that decorated the whole evening were creations by Georgia with a Wedding in Silk, from the flowers Corinna carried down the aisle to the bouquets that hung on the arches above the beautiful couple as they promised their forever to each other.
Not a hair was out of place, nor a lash left untouched by waterproof mascara all thanks to Make Me Up here in Atlanta!
And we can’t forget the party—all the good times were courtesy of our guy Simon with Sifi Entertainment.
Also have to mention that Corinna and Eric really went all out in loving their guests by having dinner catered in by the one and only, Fox Bros! Talk about a fun night!
To top things off, if the best BBQ in Atlanta wasn’t enough, the beautiful cakes of the evening (aside from that delicious chocolate cake Eric’s mom created) were made by the sweetest (no pun intended) Cakes by Anna!
Finally, the wedding planner cannot go unnamed or without a great applause! Shout out to Kristi from Coco Red Events for making this magical day happen and being so great to work with!