Annie and Colin met over dim sum when their friends Alex and Genny introduced them. The meal went so well that Annie and Colin made plans to meet at Piedmont Dog Park that same afternoon. Colin was smitten, and called to schedule their first official date the very next day. Annie and Colin went to Fratelli's for their first date. The Italian eatery was located in one of Annie's favorite areas, Historic Roswell, and the date proved to be magic. Annie, a true romantic, knew she had finally found "the one."

Five months later, Annie and Colin knew they were ready to get engaged. Colin arranged a busy Saturday of errands, including ring shopping, in downtown Atlanta and invited Annie to spend the Friday evening in Atlanta, rather than in her home in Roswell. Annie accepted, believing the plan was to have dinner at Morton's Steakhouse and a night cap at Colin's. To Annie's surprise, Colin instead took her to a suite at the Ritz Carlton, where he knelt at her feet and proposed.

Annie and Colin were married almost exactly a year after they had first met. Annie's dream was to get married in Roswell Square, the beloved neighborhood where she lived and where they had their first date. Annie and Colin searched Roswell Square and found Kimball Hall, a beautiful building that reflected the personality of the couple: charming and elegant without being pretentious. The day started at Annie's house, where all of the women prepared. From the house, the wedding party proceeded to the ceremony, and then the reception at Kimball Hall.

For Annie and Colin, the wedding day was perfect. Their loved ones were all there, and were able to celebrate the happy occasion together. The result was a day filled with laughter, in which everyone had "tons of fun."
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