Right from the first phone call I knew these two were going to be an amazing time, and I was right, all the way down to the cocktails! Working in the liquor industry has some perks, and this crowd knew how to party!
But it is the internal spirit of these two that was totally beautiful. In Nashville, there are pretty high odds of rain at any given time of year. So when the forecast was showing 50% chance all wedding week, the two decided to take their chances and go ahead with Plan A all the way. For them, there was no Plan B (ahem, we still had one up our sleeves), and that is the way they will continue to live their lives. Walking right into the moment, smiles on their faces, rain or shine.
PS. It was a perfectly gorgeous day without even a rain drop! Enjoy these sweet pics by Abigail Bobo Photography!
It is so much fun to work a new venue, especially one that isn’t even done being built yet! Kelly and Ren chose the Old Glory Distilling Company while it was still missing walls, and just trusted that it was going to turn out amazing – and it did. This takes the kind of client with a little vision and a lot of trust, not to mention a free spirit to go with the flow.
And that is how we would describe this wedding. With free spirited florals and classic neutral tones, mixed with the modernity of cement floors and a band made for a party – this wedding was a melting pot of all things amazing! So in awe by our teams hard work and the team of vendors who brought it all together, I think it was a pretty spectacular night for this fun and vibrant bride and groom!
Sometimes a whirlwind romance will just take you over! And Jessica and John are that exception. They met and just knew, married at the gorgeous Belle Meade Plantation a year later, with family and friends by their sides. I had such a fun time choosing all the details with Jessica and her mother, where we could focus on the pretty little details and watch an exquisite team of vendors pull it all together! It was a perfect day.
One of my favorite venues in town is Belle Meade Plantation. It is so classic and timeless, and the bright eyed bride came up with ideas that were a perfect contrast to bring together the old and new. I think we bonded because she lives in my beloved San Francisco, and I in their hometown of Nashville. Talking to her felt like I was at home part of the time.
With a gorgeous bride and handsome groom, Sarah and Will kept their styles traditional for this event. But the design, oh the beautiful design, brought in a bit of new with bright bold colors, and a bit of old with vintage napkins and gold silverware. It was a perfect blend of two families coming together to celebrate this union.
A bride in Boston, a groom in Tampa, a mom in Alaska and a wedding in Malibu. Yup, this couple made the right call when they realized that they might need a little help getting things set up for their wedding! And boy were we glad they asked us. Because this beauty had some great ideas in mind to make her wedding unique and classic!
As two medical professionals, you’d think they didn’t have much time for planning, but Mariah gave attention to all the important details and knew how (and when!) to let the professionals truly shine at their work and make the day perfect. Love all the uniqueness with the gorgeous green specialty rentals! It was a delight for our California team to work with these two, and we know they have a lot to look forward to in their marriage.
My California roots were itching today, as this special couple comes all the way from right outside my home town! California girl meets boy from the South. Love finds a second chance sometimes, and for these two well-matched lovebirds, today was the day. A few of my favorites moments were these …
We had a true family table – bride, groom, and three kids in the round, just like at home over a family style service meal (if only all our home cooking was as good as Chef & I!)
When the bride said “I don’t know if I’ve ever felt this loved, but today, I believe it” (tear…).
When the groom excused his poor dancing skills, yet still performed his practiced box steps with such precision – only a Dr. could look so focused!
Lastly, when four girls, including the bride’s daughter, performed a very special dance to “Love Shack”! It was the perfect party starter!
It was the most perfect, first day of spring. And the perfect first day, to unite this family.
It’s funny what stands out at each event after doing so many. You’d think they would start to blend together, but there’s always something. For this wedding, I would have to say the word ‘community’. So many people came together on this one, especially the father of the bride, to show how much they love this adorable couple. These families blended beautifully and their friends no how to support them and have a good time! And it’s easy to see why.
Kristen has been a sweetheart from our first interaction. And Cody, while we may have only met at the rehearsal (like so many other grooms that I meet at the tail end), he was full of hugs and gratitude as the night ended, as he and his wife had tears in their eyes so sad that it was over. It was a beautiful day that we were honored to be a part of.
This family is so special to me because they come as relatives of another one of my beautiful brides from 2014. It is so special to work with multiple members in a family, as I feel like I get a true understanding of who these amazing people are and what values they hold. Not only did we get to work with the stunning bride, Lexie, but her mother was a great part of making this day so special for these young lovebirds; even the rain couldn’t take the sunshine away! Thank you for letting us be a part of your beautiful day!
With one in the military and the other in residency, we had two extremely busy professionals coming together to form this union! Hannah and Scott are the perfect kind of couple – low key, happily busy with life, full of laughter, and perfectly in love. And that is what marriage is about. It was a true pleasure for us to be a part of this magical day – congrats again to Hannah and Scott!
I could listen to these lovebirds talk all day! First, they have perfect southern accents, and second, their amazing banter that keeps them laughing (and in turn, me laughing), ensures a good time! I had so much time fun coordinating this wedding because Lauren pulled out all the stops. From sofas to signage, pews to fire pits, this girl brought the bling along with antlers for this gorgeous wedding at Homestead Manor. It was the perfect mix of casual meets class! So happy for these two beauties, thanks for including us!!