Capree & Kyle were such a joy to work with! They were so sweet, so kind, and so so in love. They wanted their wedding to be fun, rustic, and relaxed. They chose the Roundhouse Railroad Museum for their venue, one of our favorites in Savannah. It's such a unique venue, with so many places to hold your ceremony and reception! They chose a ceremony against a brick wall, with a handwritten ceremony backdrop (wait until you see it, it's amazing!) Their reception took place in the blacksmith shop, with huge ceilings that look beautiful with cafe light's draping. Each table had wine bottles at each table for the guests to sign, which we thought was such a good idea! But our favorite part had to be dessert. They had Leopold's make mudpies for dessert, and man oh man were they delicious! I still dream of the mudpies from their wedding. Congratulations Capree & Kyle! 

There are so many reasons to love the Roundhouse Railroad Museum. One, is that it's such a gorgeous venue. It has such awesome backdrops, especially for the important first look! Capree and Kyle's first look was so sweet, I love that they held hands back to back right before. And the look of Kyle's face when he saw his bride was priceless. They chose their first look in the archway entering the garden where they got married, and it's such a beautiful spot. Huge brick walls and cobblestone walkways line the space, and the lighting is always gorgeous. 

{Vendor Credits} Wedding Planning: Ivory & Beau // Photography: La Vega Fotografie //Ceremony and Reception: Roundhouse Railroad Museum // Flowers: DIY by Bride // Catering: Creative Catering // Lighting: Advanced AV Rentals // Mudpies: Leopold's Ice Cream 

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