Amy Brooke Saul and Jason Lawrence Mollengarden were married March 14 at the Biltmore Ballrooms, an events space in Atlanta. J. Stephen Schuster, a judge on the Superior Court of Cobb County in Marietta, Ga., officiated, with Rabbi Samantha Trief taking part in the ceremony.
Ms. Saul, 34, is a partner in Boyd Collar Nolen Tuggle & Roddenbery, a family law practice in Vinings, Ga. Until 2013 she was the staff lawyer for Judge Schuster. She is on the leadership council of the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation, which provides legal help to those with low incomes. She graduated from the University of Texas and received a law degree from Georgia State University.
She is a daughter of Karen Mendel Saul and Michael H. Saul of Marietta. The bride’s father, a lawyer with offices in Marietta and Gainesville, Ga., practices criminal defense and immigration law. Her mother is the business manager of the preschools of the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta.
The groom, 33, is a director for strategy and business development at Georgia-Pacific in Atlanta. He graduated from the University of Virginia, from which he also received an M.B.A.
He is a son of Ann M. Mollengarden and Dr. Gary A. Mollengarden of Birmingham, Ala. The groom’s mother is the education coordinator at the Birmingham Holocaust Education Center, where she develops curriculum and trains teachers; she is also a vice president of the center’s board. His father is a gastroenterologist at Medical West Gastroenterology at UAB Medical West in Bessemer, Ala.
The couple were introduced in 2017 through the Bumble dating app, and during their first date, they quickly discovered they had family ties. His mother and one of her aunts grew up next door to each other in Birmingham.