Venue: Pebble Hill Plantation
Design & Production: John Gandy Events
Floral Design: Singletary
Catering: Social Catering
Band: Atlanta Showstoppers
Cinematography: Meant to be Productions
Bride’s Atelier: Vera Wang
MUAH: Lanna Curry
They say good things come to those who wait. For high school sweethearts Landon and Lilianna, patience paid off. Forced to reschedule their wedding three times due to the 2020 pandemic, the pair finally tied the knot in the heart of America’s Antebellum South with a joyous occasion of faith and fortitude.
A love so enduring deserved a location rich in timelessness and tradition, and despite the long-awaited opportunity to celebrate, Landon and Lilianna’s romance began a new chapter between the manicured boxwoods. Spanish moss and magnolias were the quintessential backdrop for portraiture filled with feeling as the abiding affinity of two people destined to be together became official.
Set on a bountiful estate of 3000 acres, the Pebble Hill Plantation welcomed guests from afar— including Lilianna’s Grandmother who flew in from Hawaii to witness their union. Not enough to simply be present, she arrived with a handmade link to her Hawaian heritage; lais of delicate white blooms and lush green foliage for the Bride and Groom, which she presented to the happy couple during their garden nuptials.
A classic Southern cocktail hour followed, where family and friends were invited to relax beneath the shade of summer parasols in the plantation’s charming grounds.