Magically elegant commitment ceremony for two Georgia brides

Window kisses
Photos by The Decisive Moment

Belinda and Danielle exchanged vows in a gorgeous commitment ceremony in Georgia last April, and they've both got this ethereal glamour going on that just makes my heart jump. Everything is white and glass and crystals, even their elegant commitment art and the pair of sparkly silver high-tops. I mean, if this doesn't send your little heart racing into daydreams of fairy queens and sparkly magical moonlight, I'll just be over here by myself, I guess.

A brooch bouquet and a live bouquet


Two ballgowns

Official commitment

Calla lilies and floating candles

Happy bride

Cheek kisses

Brides at the altar

Exchanging rings

Excited little guest

Leaving the altar

Two beautiful brides entering reception

Boxed candy escort cards and favors

Film themed tables

Candles and lights everywhere

Jig saw puzzle guestbook

Going in for the kiss

Holding hands

Silver sneakers under the ballgown

Dancing the night away

Leaving the reception

Cab kiss


DJ: Amp'd Entertainment • Event designer: Bold American Events • Event planner: A Big To Do Event • Photographer: The Decisive Moment • Venue: King Plow Arts Center • Video and lighting: Amp'd Entertainment

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  1. Gush. I love the brides dresses and the young lady in the black. Love that dress too. The parents are sooo cute and so is the little girl.

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  2. I love this! The brides look beautiful! And I am OBSESSED with the way they sat their guests with the candy and movie tickets!

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  3. I love this! They look so beautiful and happy and so do their family and friends! Yay!

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