I just adore when someone’s love story starts so young and pure. Jeremiah and Miranda met and married young, and to me it just really felt like they were the right fit from the first time we spoke. I could feel that they really are soulmates. I talk to a lot of couples, and they all have their amazing stories and fit their own molds, but these two were making their mold together. So honored to have been a part of their journey and to watch them continue to grow together! Such an amazing family!
The story goes, a couple reunited after knowing one another at one point in time. They fall in love, go on a weekend getaway to Nashville, and decide to get married at a sweet little historic site called Belmont Mansion the following year. They quickly became a family of four and praise the Lord that the restrictions are fully lifted, and they have the wedding of their dreams and fill the dance floor with loved one from near and far. And they live happily ever after.
I honestly love when weddings are a true family affair, and I get to know the whole clan. You know you get close when the week after the wedding the mother of the bride texts you that she misses you and asks when we can do it all again (to which I reminded her she has a second daughter!)!
This duo was a ton of fun to plan with, from their energy to their positive attitudes to their exquisite taste! I am definitely going to miss them too and couldn’t be more thrilled with these gorgeous pictures! Until the next one!
Can I please just say how GOOD it felt to be at this wedding?! It’s like life was finally back to “normal” and this couple couldn’t have been any luckier … the gates of events finally opened up in Nashville and we had a party to remember! Over a year of planning and lots of questioning if we were making the right decisions and what would the social gathering climate actually look like … and we made it. And it was gorgeous and a glorious weekend and the most amazing weather, so thrilled we made the right call and got to fully celebrate these two! Grateful to have been a part of their journey and sad to not get to see them as their life together begins back on my beloved west coast. Best of luck to the Scotts!!
And we made it to one of our last weddings of the year! I will say this one was a breeze. We pretty much knew that this would be no biggie, since I’d done 2 previously at the same venue during the pandemic. Thank GOODNESS for Williamson County and one of my fave venues, Sycamore Farms! We were at least to have several of our events at this location proceed, and boy were these guests ready to get out, and enjoy and evening with friends!
So fortunate to get to work with this mother/daughter duo – we had a blast the entire time! Carlie is truly a special person, and I’m so lucky to have met herself and her family!
Oh my goodness, Natalie and her paper – it was true love! Okay, and the groom! We just drooled over her fun details … even as we watched them dwindle from a wedding of 150 to a wedding of 30 family and friends. But her courthouse wedding was absolutely stunning, and I will never forget how gorgeous the steps in front of the courthouse looked in person, despite the rain! It was a day to celebrate, and I will miss her emails in my inbox that made me so happy each time I saw them! Best of luck to these two lovebirds!
The week of 4th of July and little bits of places outside of Nashville were welcoming events with open arms! What a fun night we had celebrating Elizabeth and John, with the gorgeous blue hues and surprise fireworks – such a young couple happy in love!! That’s what it’s all about, we were so excited to celebrate them on their actual wedding day!
Danielle was my buddy, for one whole year. I felt like we worked SO hard on a million amazing little details. And you know the sad story. So while she still got to have an intimate backyard wedding (her dad built that pergola, isn’t that awesome?), we are both holding out hope that one day we’ll get to have another celebration that is grand to bring all her guests into town and party big day! So happy for these two, they’re the cutest!!
Oh Agatha! My cowgirl by day and drop dead stunning bride by weekend! This beauty was our first wedding back at it post COVID. Was it a little different than normal – yep! But with our guest count down, out in the farm lands, we were able to pull it off! This country duo had an amazing day, and we were so excited to forge ahead! Totally worth it, and we’re just about at their one year anniversary!!
Sweet Cristen, my first bride to be fully affected and have her wedding cancelled due to COVID. And I was so naive, constantly thinking that the world couldn’t possibly go on this way and we were bound to be back at it! And boy was I wrong. But her kind, loving self, just wanted to be married to her handsome husband. They went ahead and did their vows with just family around, and had a celebration a few months later. I’m so sad to have not been able to execute things to their fullest, but in the end, she is married, in love, and already expecting her first little one! Happy things ahead in 2020!