Heather Perrin: Macon, GA Wedding Coordinator
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What is a wedding coordinator? This service can go by many names (Day-of Coordinator, Wedding Management, Month-of Coordinator) but it is essentially this: a wedding coordinator takes the plans you have worked tirelessly on, and makes sure they happen smoothly and that you have a fun, stress-free day.

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Katie + Colby | Macon, GA Wedding

Katie and Colby’s dramatic, artistic, deeply intimate wedding at the Hay House in Macon, GA.

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Nicole + Elliot | Perry, GA Wedding

Nicole and Eliot’s intimate, romantic, white and blush wedding at the Retreat of Southern Bridle Farms in Perry, GA.

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Erika + Gray | Macon, GA Wedding

Erika and Gray’s fun, joy-filled, church wedding and reception at Wesleyan College in Macon, GA.

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Taylor + Ryan | Porterdale, GA Wedding

Taylor and Ryan’s luxe, elegant, lively wedding at the Mill at Yellow River in Porterdale, GA, .

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Jill + Alan | Macon, GA Wedding

Jill and Alan’s simple, vintage, southern wedding at the Hay House in Macon, GA.

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Mollie + Casey | Marshallville, GA Wedding

Mollie and Casey’s charming, southern, classic wedding at the Grand Magnolia House in Marshallville, GA.

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Lucy + Jonathan | Monroe, GA Wedding

Lucy and Jonathan’s classic, southern, church wedding and warehouse reception at the Cotton Warehouse in Monroe, GA.

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Ivey + John | Macon, GA Wedding

Ivey and John’s simple, bohemian, modern wedding at New City Church in Macon, GA.

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Styled Shoot | Dreamy Boho Wedding Inspiration

I got to work with some stellar vendors to put together this gorgeous shoot. Of course my favorite part was pulling the details together, but you probably already knew that.

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5 Reasons to Attend a Local Bridal Show

One great way to tackle that feeling of overwhelm (and to have a lot of fun in the process) is to attend a local bridal show. These smaller, interactive events give brides-to-be the opportunity to get important wedding planning questions answered while enjoying a fun afternoon with your bride tribe. Here are 5 reasons to find a local bridal show in your area and make plans to attend.

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Sarah + Cam | Milledgeville, GA Wedding

Sarah and Cam’s intimate, dreamy, outdoor wedding in Milledgeville, GA.

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Venue Spotlight: The Grand Magnolia House

This Middle Georgia Wedding Venue is just dripping with classic Southern charm. The Grand Magnolia House, located just 11 miles west of Perry, GA, is a real gem. With a timeless antebellum home, acres of Magnolias and pecan trees, and multiple outdoor ceremony locations, this spot hits so many checks on the southern bride's list. One of my favorite parts of getting to know these local venues is that there is no one-size-fits-all venue. Each is as unique as the bride who falls in love with it! 

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Candace + Grant | Macon, GA Wedding

Candace and Grant have Georgia bulldog blood running through their veins, and a whole tribe of people who couldn’t wait to celebrate with them. A bridal party of 8 on each side, plus 4 ushers, sure makes for a party! Throughout the entire process both Candace and Grant were ready to be married, to love one another well, and to enjoy the day.

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Victoria + Jess | Milledgeville, GA Wedding

These two lovebirds were about to embark on a new journey - Jess was about to be stationed in Anchorage, Alaska, so it was important to both of them to soak up this precious time with family and friends. Jess' dad was the officiant, childhood friends and siblings made up the bridal party, and the day really did end with a dip in the lake! Victoria and Jess make intentional choices about their wedding day - choices that reflected who they are as a couple, their values, and that allowed them to relax and enjoy each other. 

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Venue Spotlight: The Library Ballroom

The Library Ballroom is an impressive structure that sits on Mulberry Street in downtown Macon. The fun turret at the top makes it stand out from its peers, another feature that is just quirky enough to work. Beautifully restored in recent years, this space is home to music festivals, community events, and (of course) dozens of weddings throughout the year. The rich, elegant details immediately make you feel like you've stepped back in time.

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Kelby + Patrick | Macon, GA Wedding

Kelby and Patrick’s wedding was a sweet reminder that family is a treasure, and that love really does carry us when we walk through life’s toughest seasons. This beautiful couple loves Jesus, one another, and their families, and that shined brightly during their wedding celebration.

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5 Wedding Traditions You Don't Need

One of my biggest rallying cries when working with brides and grooms is “you do you.” There are very few things that you have to do on your wedding day (and all you need for that is an officiant, and a couple of witnesses). Everything else is just gravy.

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Venue Spotlight: Twin Oaks Farm

This iconic Middle Georgia venue is home to a gorgeous Grand Barn, a grove of pine trees, a pond, a majestic pecan tree, and acres of peaceful and scenic land. I was able to take a tour of the venue a few weeks ago and wanted to spend the whole day there! Not only was it beautiful, but there was a sweet sense of being away from the busyness of the city and resting in the country. (Although I'm sure it's a little less serene when your friends and family are getting down on the dance floor!) I have so enjoyed getting to know Twin Oaks, and I hope you will too!

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In Defense of a First Look

The tradition of a groom not seeing his bride until he meets her at the altar has taken some serious heat in the last few years as “first looks” have surged in popularity. It seems almost more common that the couple meets face to face a few hours before the ceremony for some special photos, rather than waiting until the walk down the aisle. What do you think about this stray from tradition? Are you superstitious and think it is bad luck to see the bride before the wedding?

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3 Must-Haves for a Fun Wedding Day

The time before the wedding begins – hair, makeup, set-up, and prep – have so much potential to set the tone for the day. How often do you and your closest friends get to hang out in your PJs and get pampered for hours? These precious hours are not only the prelude to the main event, but are an important (and fun!) part of your celebration! So as you are preparing for a day full of festivities, here are my recommendations to make the most of the time you have.

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