Every year, the Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts a special Valentine’s Day event. As Janice (one of the wonderful Garden girls) put it, this event is their labor of love. So many vendors devote themselves to turn the Garden from an already pretty darn magical place to a Harry-Potter-level magical world of wonder. These two photos […]0
Every year, the Atlanta Botanical Garden hosts a special Valentine’s Day event. As Janice (one of the wonderful Garden girls) put it, this event is their labor of love. So many vendors devote themselves to turn the Garden from an already pretty darn magical place to a Harry-Potter-level magical world of wonder.
These two photos were taken moments apart; that’s right–the whole facade of the building CHANGED COLORS!
Meet Levi of PPI (Production People Inc.), the brilliant designer behind this whole beautiful display:
Sun in my Belly provided yumminess in Day Hall.
Art installation thanks to Tulip Blooming Creations.
Sun in my Belly always does such lovely displays combining food + florals.
Just when you thought popcorn couldn’t get more delicious, Affairs to Remember went and drizzled it with chocolate and caramel. Oh. My. Gosh.
Uptown Entertainment performing live music for everyone to groove to…
Lovely dovey couples of all ages.
Dancing to a live band on Valentine’s Day? Yes, please.
This is the Orchid Daze: Surreal Beauty Exhibit. Even if you missed the fabulous Valentine’s Day event, make sure you get yourself over to the Atlanta Botanical Garden before April 14th to check this out! (Click here for more information)
The Wilton Consort–these ladies totally look like they just belong in a garden playing music, don’t they?
I heard there was a hot chocolate bar in this direction. The path leading to the hot chocolate was lined with lights and featured the perfect cityscape backdrop. Coincidence that all of this lovliness led to chocolate? I think not.
Bold American was responsible for this fabulous hot chocolate station.
REAL hot chocolate y’all, not the powdered stuff. This pot of YUM was watched over by two chefs.
Hot chocolate laced with liqueur on a chilly winter’s night=Best idea ever.
Low Country Barbecue supplied both warm Peach cobbler AND warm Apple cobbler in the Orchid Center.
Legendary Events transformed what is normally a simple classroom into a surreal Valentine’s lounge, complete with plush white rug, sweetheart cafe tables, candy lips, and sweets of bright colors and intense sugar content.
Mershon Hall, all lit up with adorable XOXOs!
Joel of Lethal Rhythms Entertainment was spinning some awesome dance music in Mershon Hall.
Added Touch Catering supplied cocktails, wine, and more.
The garden gals + Levi. What a team!!
I had so much fun capturing beautiful moments of these couples in love.
A Divine Event was responsible for the awesome red and green display in Hardin Visitor Center.
Everyone left with a rose.
THE HARDIN VISITOR CENTER
Susan Sexton of BLEND Parfume
Tony McMurray from Headshots Atlanta (responsible for the “Kissing Booth”)
Sun in My Belly
Uptown Entertainment (Marque Events).
THE ORCHID CENTER
THE SURREAL EXHIBIT AND ICE BAR
The Wilton Consort
THE OUTDOOR KITCHEN
All lighting by Production People, Inc.
Mike Ososki, aucustic guitarist.0