Bailey & Chris
Bailey and Chris were married at Cheval Manor in Murfreesboro Tn. Perfect southern wedding, she wore burlap Toms, rode into the ceremony on a horse even! The reception was located on the same property, and entailed a southern broil for dinner with a smores bar as well. Guests favors included honey from the family’s “Davis honey farm”.
Jenifer & Jonathan
Private Estate ~ Tennessee
From the Bride: Jonathan and I met a few years ago on Memorial Day Weekend 2008 through a mutual friend. We danced all night in the back of Jonathan’s truck and he asked me out, but I declined. Jonathan and I remained friends. Then, when the friends who introduced us, had their wedding in July 2009… we danced all night. He told his best friend “I’m gonna marry that girl.” Jonathan and I have a loving, fun relationship and wanted a wedding day that mirrored just that. We wanted our day to be about what it should be…the celebration of us joining our lives together; and we were lucky enough to get to share it with our family and closest friends. We wanted the ambiance to be a comfortable, inviting, yet charming setting, but wanted it not to overshadow what the day was really about. The entire affair was held at my parents home in Fairview, TN. We were a little reluctant at first, because we knew that it would be tough, but Angela Proffitt helped us work out all the logistics and it ended up working out perfectly. The setting was absolutely beautiful! Plus, it was really nice to get ready at “my home” and to be able to have our long haired Chihuahua, Axl Rose in the wedding. I wouldn’t change a thing, as the day was even more perfect than I could ever have imagined.
Lillie & Brandon
Private Residence ~ Jasper, Alabama
Lillie & Brandon were married at Lillie’s parent’s home in Jasper, Alabama. The elegantly, chic details that Lillie & Brandon incorporated into their wedding were breathtaking. Many wedding vendors as well as guests traveled in from Birmingham and Nashville for this stunning Alabama wedding ceremony & reception. But it was the precious family & friends that truly made this wedding special.
MacKenzie & Wil
From the Bride: Wil & I met through a mutual friend. Wil had moved to Nashville from Arizona to be closer to his family, who unbeknownest to us had moved a few years before into the house across the street from the home I grew up in and my parents have lived in for over 30 years. He knew where they lived but none of us knew the neighbors. When I found out they lived right across from each other, I knew it was meant to be. We had the ceremony in the front yard at Cedarwood, beneath a large tree with beautiful birdcages with flowers hanging from it. That’s pretty southern! We wanted the day to be understated, shabby-chic and whimsical.
Martha & Kyle
About the Wedding: “You can’t help but smile when you’re around Martha and Kyle! They are such a sweet couple and are hopelessly in love with each other. Throughout the planning process, they never lost sight of the ultimate goal: marriage! Their wedding day got off to a damp start with a spring shower, but it soon passed and gave way to a beautiful day. The moment they first saw each other was magical and they couldn’t stop grinning for the rest of the day! They love the outdoors and were excited to have their wedding on a farm. They opted for vintage decor and used old books, metal pails, and candles in mercury glass as center pieces. They chose beautiful understated wildflowers in yellows, blues and whites, which were woven into honeysuckle vines to create a beautiful archway on the porch where the ceremony took place. Afterwards, guests were delighted to enjoy some of the couples favorite foods, including tacos and specialty drinks from the ever popular Mas Tacos truck, a local favorite. Friends and family danced the night away under Italian string lights and wished the couple well as they departed in a vintage red Mustang convertible.” ~Shannon, Southall Eden