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Sarah and Jason held their big wedding at The Stave Room at American Spirit Works, a Novare Events wedding venue in Atlanta, GA and chose 3 of our Creatives, Six Hearts Photography, RobotBooth, and DJ Cuttlefish, to be a part of their day.

They were fun, friendly, and such a blast to be around. Check out some BTS photos of our team on their big day setting up and in action then click through with the links at the bottom to view more.



Venue: The Stave Room at American Spirit Works, a Novare Events Venue // Photography: Six Hearts Photography, a Creative from Far Out Galaxy // Photo Booth: RobotBooth, a Creative from Far Out Galaxy // Sound and Light: DJ Cuttlefish, a Creative from Far Out Galaxy // Planning: Carolyn A Events // Florals: Candler Park Flowers // Catering: Fox Bros BBQ // Cake: Publix // Chalkboard Artist: Natalie Braden

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Pam and Gabe booked our FOG Take Over package and we are so stoked they did. We loved working together at Summerour Studio. Check out some of our favorite photos from the day and some peeks of us in action.

Venue: Summerour Studio // Planning: Erin with Stella Harper Events // Photography: Schellie and William with Six Hearts Photography // Cinematography: Steven with Squid Wed Films // DJ: Day with DJ Cuttlefish // Photo Booth: RobotBooth // Catering: Bold American Events // Florals: Tulip, Blooming Creations // HMUA: Love, Makeup, Hair // Bridal Gown: Pronovias // Bridal Shoes: Badgley Mischka // Bridesmaids Dresses: Bill Levkoff // Grooms and Groomsmen wear: JoS. A. Bank // Grooms Ring: Benchmark // Brides Ring: Tacori // Cake: Frosted Pumpkin Gourmet, Inc. // Party Favors: RobotBooth photo strips and Custom Cork stoppers from Etsy // Drapery: Geri Sims Wedding Design Services


Here’s what Pam and Gabe had to say about our team after the event (via their Google reviews):


Six Hearts Photography:

“There were so many photographers in the Atlanta area when we were planning our wedding. This was one of our more stressful decisions, especially when you realize these photos will be one of the few things you have to remember your wedding. We received quotes from various photographers, but after meeting with Schellie, it was a no-brainer. She was easy to talk to, and honestly, she was the most reasonably priced photographer we spoke with. A lot of the other photographers don’t even give you all the pictures that they take and charge you extra if you want them. They also may not cover your whole wedding day unless you pay more for extra hours. This just didn’t make sense to us.

On the other hand, Six Hearts gives you what you pay for. They gave us a ton of pictures (edited and all)! We got a package that covered our engagement shoot with Schellie, and on the wedding day, we got work with Schellie and William for basically the entire day. It was great having Schellie with me and William with my husband while we were getting ready for the big day. We were lucky to have found them! They were amazing to work with, and they captured a ton of great moments. If we ever need photographers in the future, we are definitely going to be using them again. Anyone who hires them will never regret that decision.” – Pam

“My wife and I used William and Schellie for our wedding in April and could not be more pleased with the results. They were with us most of the day and were super-cool to hang out with. They were really friendly, and, after a while, we felt ultra comfortable (like they weren’t even there). Definitely recommend.” – Gabe

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Squid Wed:

“When we were initially planning our wedding, we were not sure if we wanted a videographer, but after talking with Schellie about the Far Out Galaxy Package, we decided to try it out. We worked with Steven and couldn’t be happier! He worked with a second videographer for the ceremony and manned the rest of the wedding on his own. The quality of work that they did far exceeded our expectations. It is definitely one of the best decisions we made for our special day!” – Pam

“My wife and I used Steven for our wedding in April and could not be more pleased with the results. Steven and his assistant put together an amazing video (in addition to three other videos) that perfectly summarizes our big day. He was friendly, on time, and captured our wedding better than we could have imagined. The entire far out galaxy crew is certainly worth the cost.” – Gabe

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Robot Booth:

“RobotBooth is by far the best photo booth company we have ever used! We had been to a handful of weddings before our own and used so many different booths, but after my cousin’s wedding, we knew that RobotBooth was the best choice. They give you so many options for backgrounds and props, and the music video and guestbook are great takeaways. You cannot go wrong with them!” – Pam

“Easy to book. Easy to customize. Easy to work with. All around a great experience. Stop reading reviews and book the RobotBooth, you won’t regret it.” – Gabe

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DJ Cuttlefish:

“Day was great. We wanted the music to flow with the emotions throughout our wedding day, and Day definitely delivered. He was really accommodating with our playlist and requests. He was super professional and did not require any handholding or censoring. Class act through and through.” – Pam and Gabe

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Now more than ever, wedding throwers are asking their guests to put their cell phones and cameras down during the ceremony to enjoy the moment instead. It’s called an Unplugged Wedding and the popularity won’t be dying down anytime soon.

There’s nothing wrong with opting to allow your guest to take photos during your ceremony – we kinda think it makes ya look like a celebrity with paparazzi in your pro photog’s photos, you get photos from your guests perspective, it’s a wonderful hakuna matata way of life, and more. (but the pros of letting your guests use devices during your ceremony is a different conversation for a different person) Do yo thang, superstar.

But, if you’re one of those peeps that just isn’t having it with devices during your ceremony and are wondering simple ways to let your guests know you’re having an unplugged wedding, here are 4 places and ways to let them know how important this is to you, along with a few tips.

1. In Your Welcome Bags

2. Place a Sign at the The Ceremony Location Entrance

3. Put it in the Ceremony Program

4. Have Your Officiant Announce a Reminder Right Before the Ceremony

Tip: Our advice is to do all 4 of these things. You may think all 4 is overkill – but you don’t get whatcha want unless you’re forward about it.

Tip: Go beyond saying “unplugged” when stating your desires. Not all of your guests will even know what that means!

Tip: Don’t just write it! Use graphics! A cell phone or camera in a crossed out circle is clear to those who don’t speak your language (for multicultural weddings) and even to those little ones who can’t read but know how to use a smartphone.

Tip: Make sure you let your guests know they can use their phones during your reception! You don’t want them forgetting about your wedding hashtag.

Tip: Don’t stress it! What’s a few more photos going to hurt? 😉

Until next time!


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Jessica and Shawn held their wedding at Mountain Laurel Farm and chose Six Hearts Photography and DJ Cuttlefish to be a part of the day. (yay!)

Here are a couple of our favorite images from the day. Click through to see more.


Photography: Six Hearts Photography // Venue: Mountain Laurel Farm // DJ: Dj Cuttlefish // Coordination: White Boots Bridal // Florals: All Occasion Flowers // Rehearsal Catering: Just Right Catering // Reception Catering: Easy B’s Kitchen // Desserts: Cake Envy // Groomsmen wear: Joseph Abboud


click here to view their wedding on six hearts photography’s blog


Happy Friday everyone.

You might remember SquidWed Film‘s short video from The Farm in Rome, GA a while ago for their Open House.

Did you know SixHearts, RobotBooth, and DJ Cuttlefish were there too?

Yes way! And all of our Aliens had a blast at this jaw-dropping wedding venue in Rome.

With open fields as far as the eye can see, dancing trees all around you, and romantic architecture around every corner, this is one of the dreamiest place we’ve been to.

Not to mention the Darlin’ Dixie, owner and planner at The Farm, who makes you feel like family the day you meet her!

Call Dixie Bagley at 706-252-0497 and schedule a tour today! She’ll offer you some of her fruit water, a glass of wine, and a doughnut from her bakery, The Sweet Bar. 😉 How can you say no to that?

All around this is the perfect place for a perfect wedding!

Check out these photos from Six Hearts Photography and see for yourself!

(Click here to see SquidWed Film’s video from The Farm Open House 2016)

(Click here to see RobotBooth’s photos + stop-motion music video from The Farm Open House 2016)


(Click here to see SquidWed Film’s video from The Farm Open House 2016)

(Click here to see RobotBooth’s photos + stop-motion music video from The Farm Open House 2016)

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Gracie and Max held their intimate Thursday wedding an art museum in Atlanta, the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and chose Six Hearts Photography to photograph their day.

Check out this selfie at the event by Rachael, their Six Hearts Photographer, then click through at the bottom of this post to view their full wedding on Six Hearts Photography.


Venue: ACAC // Photography: Six Hearts Photography // Catering: Sun in my Belly // Florals: DIY / bouquet by Brides Mom, Kimberly Steele // Hair Stylist: Vis-a-Vis Salon // Bridal Gown: Reem Acra // Bridal Shoes: Kelly & Katie // Groomswear:  Express

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