Swan House Wedding | Atlanta History Center

If you haven’t seen the first half of Ray and Nirali’s wedding day, you’re going to want to go check it out! This journal entry begins at the Intercontinental Hotel in Buckhead, Atlanta, where Nirali and Ray are preparing for their second wedding celebration of the day.

Part Two of Ray and Nirali’s Christian Wedding
at The Atlanta History Center Swan House

Their Story | Nirali and Ray first crossed paths at the corner of 116th St and Amsterdam in the wee hours of the morning, she coming back from a birthday party and he decked out in neon clothing coming back from Electric Zoo. Friends, classmates and study partners throughout Civil Procedure and the treacherous first year of law school, Nirali and Ray had no idea they would be marrying each other six years later (especially Nirali, who gave Ray quite the chase). They have since then studied abroad at Oxford, embarked on a Euro Trip for two months, traveled to Hawaii and Asia after passing the bar, and are continuing to pursue their dreams together in the Big Apple.

Sibling love and an incredibly talented MUA {Brenner Beauty} kept Nirali happy and beautiful all day!

When Andy Beach, Sejoure Events, and Indaglow Productions
are on the vendor lineup, you know it’s about to be magic.

One of Atlanta’s best, Bold Events Catering, keeps guests happy through the evening with their delicious cuisine!

Ray + Nirali, THANK YOU from the bottom, top and sides of my heart for trusting me with your memories.
I’m going to be gushing for a while over this one.

Cheers! 🥂

Vendor Team:

Vedic Wedding Venue – BAPS Swaminarayan Temple
Christian Wedding Venue – Atlanta History Center +  Swan House
Catering – Bold Events Atlanta
Videographer – Scott Belanger Films
Floral Design – Andy Beach
Hair & Makeup – Brenner Beauty
Transportation – Atlantic Limousine
Dance Floor  & Lighting – Indaglow Productions

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. […] « Swan House Wedding | Atlanta History Center […]

share to


share to


share to


share with


back to