I’ve done a lot of weddings at the Biltmore. When people ask what my favorite venues in Atlanta are, the Biltmore is often the first place I mention. The rooms are absolutely gorgeous all by themselves, and adding decor and details can make it even more beautiful. I’ve seen lots of different colors, lovely decor, dramatic lighting, and lush florals that transform the ballrooms. But I can tell you that to this day when I look at the photos of Morgan and Eric’s wedding, I’m brought back to the moment when I entered the ballroom and literally gasped at how absolutely spectacular it was. Took. My Breath. Away.

Biltmore Wedding

In Morgan’s words:

“I had seen the Georgian Room at the Biltmore Ballrooms during the day, but nothing compared to seeing it decorated with thousands of white flowers and the glow of candlelight at dusk. It was breathtaking. It was absolutely magical.”

Biltmore Atlanta wedding reception

Love these chargers!

White and Gold place setting

And I’m just in love with these escort cards and the skyline.

Skyline escort cards

And this linen on the cake table! So delicate and perfect!

Gorgeous white linen

We did a few photos outside the Biltmore before they made their entrance. Excuse me while I shamelessly show these fabulous shoes again.

Bride and groom at the Biltmore

I’ve already showed you this image, but I love their leap.

Biltmore wedding party leap

Okay, get ready to swoon. Remember the detail on Morgan’s gown from Monday’s post? Well, that cake genius Mark Lotti at Classic Cheesecakes and Cakes re-created it on the cake. A-MAZE-ING.

Wedding cake with dress detail

Seriously. Such delicate detail. And if Mark makes it, it’s DELICIOUS. No exceptions.

Cake with detail from bride's gown

During the first dance, Morgan and Eric absolutely lit up this ballroom. Just radiant.

Bride and groom First dance at Biltmore

First dance at the Biltmore

Tomorrow I’ll be back with more from the reception!