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StudioWed Gives Back: Volunteer Day at Open Hand Atlanta


Left to right: Erin Palermo from Hi Note, Eleanor Simmons from Nuage Designs, Michelle Gainey from Lemiga Events, Kate Donachy from The Modern Gent, Studio Manager Mandi Mitchell and interns Annie Daniell and Gabrielle Vasquez

















On Wednesday morning, several vendors and staff members from StudioWed woke up bright and early to volunteer at Open Hand Atlanta. For 25 years, Open Hand has focused on cooking and distributing balanced meals for those in need across the Metro Atlanta area.  On a typical day, the organization makes over 5,000 meals, and along with volunteers from Home Depot and the wonderful staff, we made 2,074 of those in three hours!


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As we continued to pack meals, it was amazing to see how much food was produced. Both quality and quantity are important to Open Hand; everything is freshly cooked and must adhere to specific nutritional guidelines based on their clients’ dietary needs.


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Here at StudioWed, we’re dedicated to incorporating teamwork, passion and hard work into everything we do. It was an honor to give back to the community by working with such a great cause. If you’d like to learn more about our company culture and The StudioWed Way, click here.

If you’d like to learn more about Open Hand Atlanta, be sure to visit their website!


Meet the Summer 2014 Interns



Name: Savannah Cain

School: Georgia Institute of Technology

Major: Business Administration, Marketing, Industrial Design

Hometown: Gainesville, GA

Hobbies: graphic design, music, fashion

What made you interested in this internship?

I have always loved weddings. They are the epitome of happiness; families and friends gather to support you, you feel (and look) like a princess, and you are marrying someone that you want to be with for the rest of your life. Now, what doesn’t sound better than that!? StudioWed gave me the perfect opportunity to mix something so fun and exciting that I love with my passions and strengths that I want to develop for a career, i.e. marketing and networking. Plus, I can barely think of a better position than helping brides achieve their dream wedding.

What do you like most about StudioWed Atlanta?

The very first time I ever walked into StudioWed, the atmosphere completely put me at ease. Everything is very comfortable and not so stiff like other places. The studio is beautiful and fun, and it is a fantastic environment to surround yourself with. The people you work with, whether that be vendors or your fellow interns, are there to also help brides and want to coordinate with you as a team, making StudioWed an upbeat and innovative place to be.

Fun fact: I am obsessed with Walt Disney World!


Name: Emily Watson

School: Georgia State University

Major: Journalism. I have a concentration in Public Relations as well as a minor in marketing.

Hometown: Atlanta, GA

Hobbies: fashion & makeup, eating, sports, event planning

What made you interested in this internship?

I actually have a friend who interned at StudioWed. Just hearing the fabulous stories she would tell me, further encouraged me to be a part of the amazing team at StudioWed. Being an active Pinterest user and lover, it is safe to say I already have my own wedding planned out (or at least a few ideas.) Weddings are beautiful, and their beauty is certainly hard to ignore. I was born and raised in Atlanta, GA, and the StudioWed Atlanta location was to die for and also pretty convenient. With my major being PR and having a strong interest in what the company does and stands for, I knew right off the bat, with no hesitation, that this was the place for me! Event planning is a skill of mine, and the idea of being able to incorporate a few of my passions, like weddings, entertainment, and fashion, only excites me more and more every day!

What do you like most about StudioWed Atlanta?

Everything! Come on, what’s not to love?! My first visit into the studio had me floored, to say the least. The interior was stunning, and every space within the studio was uniquely and creatively designed. The atmosphere is very friendly, and inviting, and the idea of “southern comfort” is very clear and present. Kelsey, our new Atlanta Studio Manager, is so kind and personable with every client and employee. For me, it just feels like home! I love how dedicated the team is when keeping up with social media, blogs, in person encounters, and executing plans. Needless to say, I am excited to be a part of the intern team this summer. I hope to become more familiar with our vendors and this industry in general. I look forward to working hard and contributing my own ideas, in order to develop beautiful weddings, happy vendors, happy brides, and happily ever afters.

Fun fact: I love to do impersonations of different celebrities and my friends.

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Name: Jocelyn Lopez

School: Georgia State University

Major: Marketing, minor in Art

Hometown: Long Beach, New York

Hobbies: drawing, watching reality TV, and spending time with family

What made you interested in this internship?

I am the type of person that gets emotional just watching wedding proposal videos! I love every aspect of a wedding, from the elaborate decorations, the bride’s beautiful dress and just the fact that the marriage ceremony is dedicated to celebrating the love a couple shares. This internship at StudioWed Atlanta was perfect in combining my interest in weddings in addition to helping me learn more about my interests career-wise. Being surrounded by creative individuals will allow me to learn from them in the fields of event planning, marketing, etc. as well as further my knowledge about the wedding industry.

What do you like most about StudioWed Atlanta?

Just walk through the studio and you will witness first-hand what I like most about StudioWed Atlanta! The space has a romantic and vintage-y vibe, decorated in everything “wedding”, from photography to cakes to stationary. There are also plenty of resources available to couples so that they can create their dream wedding, making it easier for them when their big day arrives. StudioWed Atlanta also has the friendliest staff I have ever met, making the environment fun while still keeping it professional.

Fun Fact: I’m Guatemalan-American and I worked for Walt Disney World last year!

Roc House “Sweat for the Dress” Registration Day, Sunday April 6

Event Alert!

StudioWed is excited to announce that Roc House Fitness will be having Sweat for the Dress bootcamp that runs from April 14 – May 26. They are hosting a registration day this Sunday, April 4 at their location in Buckhead from 2pm-4pm. The registration day serves as an information session for brides who are interested in signing up for bootcamp. They have packages that include workouts either 2 or 3 times per week, and packages that you can customize by adding spa services. Stop in on Sunday and speak with a Roc House Fitness  expert, who can help you customize your bootcamp experience!


What is Roc House Fitness?

Roc House Fitness is an all women’s health facility and full service salon/spa located in the heart of Buckhead at the intersection of Piedmont and Lenox.

Roc House Fitness has everything you could dream of to help you get fit! They have experienced personal trainers, classes that start as early as 5:30am and as late as 7:30pm and state of the art equipment that is specially designed for women.

In addition to getting a great workout, Roc House has a full service salon and spa offers services which include makeup applications, facials, massages, nail services and more! They even have an all natural cafe that boasts delicious menu items like the “I Am Hearty Breakfast Wrap” (Turkey sausage, egg whites, tomato and avocado in a whole wheat tortilla served with 4oz seasonal fruit cup.) or the “I Am Fearless Caesar Wrap” (Romaine lettuce, parmesan cheese, low-fat Caesar dressing and antibiotic-free chicken or wild caught salmon). View the full menu here.

Be sure to stop in to Roc House this Sunday, April 6 to sign up for their Sweat for the Dress Bootcamp!




An Atlantan Bride at StudioWed

A warning to everyone – This is a really proud moment for me!

The new issue of Atlantan Brides is out and on the shelves!  So, for all of the procrastinating I did when it came to showign off the big day, here are all of the details, as featured in this super luxe mag.

StudioWed Creative Team | Planning and Event Design by Lemiga Events, Cake by For Goodness Cakes, Custom Stationery & Favors by Foglio Press, Lighting by Unique Event Management, Drapery by Event Drapery, and Photobooth from ShutterBooth Atlanta.

A HUGE thanks to the rest of the ABSOLUTE dream team that made this day happen | I Do Linens, The Savage Garden, The Decisive Moment, La Raine’s Bridal Boutique, Livin’ Large, Tent Logix, Settee Event Decor, Endive Catering, Raney O’Keefe, Cator-Woolford Gardens and Mason Murer Fine Art.

All photos courtesy of The Decisive Moment