A while back, I showed you Veronica and Jonathan’s super chic wedding at Ventanas. Well, remember how windy it was? Here’s a reminder:

Ventanas Atlanta rooftop wedding windblown veil

We had planned to do a lot of photos after the ceremony: going across the street to Centennial Park, more pics on the rooftop, and some on the helipad. Well, those things didn’t happen because it was just too darn windy. But it meant a lot to have those photos, because that spectacular rooftop view is one of the reasons they chose Ventanas. And even more personally, Jonathan proposed at Centennial park and they really wanted to revisit that spot in their wedding attire. So what do you do? You go back on another day!

It meant so much to me to be able to take them back to these spots that were so special to them, and this time the weather was spectacular. We started off near the spot where Jonathan proposed at Centennial Park. I have to say I think I gasped when they walked up to me and I saw how gorgeous Veronica was. I am utterly, helplessly in love with her gown (from Brides by Demetrios).

Atlanta Centennial Park Bridal

Atlanta Centennial Park Wedding Fountains

Atlanta Centennial Park Fountains Wedding

Downtown Atlanta Wedding

Downtown Atlanta Centennial Park Wedding

From there we headed up to the helipad at Ventanas. We had to stop and wait for the security guard to let us in, and I got this image of Veronica looking so gorgeous.


There really aren’t any words to describe the amazing 360 degree view from the helipad at Ventanas. So just enjoy…

Atlanta Ventanas Wedding Rooftop View

Atlanta Ventanas Helipad

Ventanas Atlanta Helipad Wedding

Downtown Atlanta Wedding City View From Ventanas

Sunny Atlanta View from Ventanas helipad

Shadows and view from Ventanas Downtown Atlanta rooftop


Ventanas helipad bridal

Atlanta city view from Ventanas downtown