David & Jasmine



Saturday, June 15, 2019


Wedding Ceremony: 1:00 pm

St. Monica's Catholic Church

1700 Buford Hwy

Duluth, Georgia 30097

Reception: 6:30 pm

173 Carlyle House

173 South Peachtree Street.

Norcross, Georgia 30071


Hilton Atlanta Northeast

5993 Peachtree Industrial Blvd.

Peachtree Corners, Georgia


Group Code: JASDAV


How They Met

It was a typical guy meets girl story that you see in the start of every rom com movie. David met Jasmine at a Halloween party dressed in a scrubs uniform. Jasmine noticed him first and made a remark how he wasn’t wearing a “real” costume because she wore that to work everyday. Needless to say, that is how it all started for the both of them.

The Proposal

Christmas time really gets everyone in the romantic spirit, as it did for David. David proposed to Jasmine on Christmas Eve surrounded by his family in a White Elephant gift exchange. He “stole” her White Elephant gift, only to replace it with an engagement ring and him on one knee. Jasmine was surprised by the exchange but was touched and overjoyed by his proposal. She immediately said yes to him making it the perfect moment that they will forever remember.



Maid of Honor










Best Man










We are incredibly honored to have the opportunity to celebrate our wedding day with all of our friends and family, and your presence is more than a suitable gift. If you would like to give us a gift to celebrate, we've created a registry fund that we will use to help start our new life together. Below is a link to Zola, which includes a few fund options that you may choose to give to.



  • The Beltline: ATL's version of the High Line. great place for a walk or bike. suggest renting a bike at Atlanta Beltline Bicycles or Ponce City Market and exploring

  • Ponce City Market: Can't miss this huge urban redevelopment project. big market with lots of shops and restaurants (Honeysuckle gelato and Biltong are standouts) and a newly opened rooftop. also accessible from the Beltline and vice versa

  • Krog Street Market: Smaller version of Ponce City Market, also Beltline accessible

  • Piedmont Park: big park for biking/walking/picnicking/people watching. (Also Beltline accessible)

  • Centennial Park: This is where all of your major tourist attractions will be - World of Coke, the Georgia Aquarium, College Football Hall of Fame, Civil Rights Museum, CNN Center

  • Stone Mountain: Largest piece of exposed granite in the world and also has the largest relief carving. Kind of a drive but the hike to the summit of the mountain is a fairly easy 1 miler with a nice payoff view at the top


  • Sweetwater, Orpheus, Monday Night Brewing: All breweries that offer a cheap tasting hour and tour in the late afternoon

  • Decatur Square: A variety of very relaxed bars/restaurants around a nice town square. Favorite bars - Leon's Full Service, Brick Store Pub, the Iberian Pig, Victory Sandwich Bar

  • Beltline bars: Lots of nice bars on the Beltline to check out! Favorites - Beetlecat for late night eats/drinks, 9 Mile Station rooftop at Ponce City Market, Ticonderoga Club at Krog Street Market, and the Golden Eagle on Memorial

  • Westside: Former warehouse district that is now pretty hip; bars here are relaxed but tend to be more loud/crowded but have really unique atmospheres. Favorite bars - Little Trouble, Ormsby's, JCT's patio bar

  • Virginia Highlands: Lots of bars and restaurants, pretty walkable. Bars range from college-y hangouts to a number of relaxed neighborhood dives. Favorite bars - Hand in Hand, Atkins Park, Murphy's

  • East Atlanta: Older hipsters - where you go to get cheap drinks and maybe dance. Favorite bars - The Argosy, Graveyard Tavern

  • Edgewood: Younger hipsters - where you go to get cheap drinks and dance. Favorite bars - The Sound Table, Noni's, Joystick Gamebar

  • Buckhead: Loud and crowded but definitely lively to say the least. Check out Havana Club, Red Martini, or Johnny's Hideaway to dance the night away!


  • Waffle House: ATL's favorite greasy spoon and open 24 hours

  • One Eared Stag: Get the chef's breakfast which is not on the menu, but it's basically a brunch sampling of a bunch of the dishes + a beer! 

  • Home Grown: You must have the comfy chicken biscuit. Biscuit + sausage gravy + fried chicken

  • BoccaLupo: Amazing pasta, get a reservation!

  • The Optimist: Great seafood, and a fantastic oyster happy hour

  • Mary Mac's: Classic Southern

  • JCT Kitchen: Modern Southern

  • Antico Pizza: Authentic Neopolitan pizza in a unique setting, and it's BYOB

  • Fox Bros.: Great BBQ, especially if you like brisket. Don't skip the sides either!

  • Fat Matt's: Also great BBQ, but come here for the ribs and live music.

  • 9292 Korean BBQ: A bit further up in Duluth but our favorite Korean BBQ in the city.

  • Pho Dai Loi #2: Best pho in town. Will likely be useful on the Sunday after the wedding :)


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