Quinn and Michael’s winter wedding merged glam and DIY elements, captured in candid photojournalistic images that highlight the personal details of the intimate event. The couple tied the knot at The Wimbish House in midtown Atlanta. This elegant historic venue was decked out in burgundy and navy for the celebration, with details throughout the house that reflected Quinn and Michael’s personalities.

A bistro table with engagement photos on it and navy and burgundy flowers.

Two white people kiss under a burgundy arbor.

Two white men stand under a burgundy draped arbor and exchange vows.

The newlyweds sported color-coordinated ties and pocket squares, matching the decor of the stately 1920s ballroom where the reception was held. Celebrants enjoyed a variety of cupcakes as Quinn and Michael cut their cake, a single-tier sponge decorated in retro-inspired blue and burgundy frosting. In addition to having custom Lego figurine cake toppers that look like the grooms, there was a bubble and glow stick station dedicated to a fun send-off at the end of the evening.

Two Lego figurines that look like the grooms, sitting on burgundy and navy pocket squares.

The newlyweds share a kiss outside the venue, with the masonry of the historic manor in the background.

The grooms cut into a single tier cake. There are a variety of cupcakes surrounding the cake.

The newlyweds walk down an aisle of their friends and family blowing bubbles and waving glowsticks as they leave the venue.

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Venue: The Wimbish House

Photographer: Starglass Photography, LLC

Caterer: Fox Brothers BBQ

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