This one is really special. I’m not sure if it’s the rustic DIY detail, the impossibly perfect, sweet Tennessee venue… or just that horse (I love that horse). This one takes my breath away.
I had to reach out to the bride to hear more…
How did you choose your venue… did it have any special significance?
We didn’t want the typical wedding venue. We wanted something unique and country. My husband was from the north so we wanted to show his friends and family a southern good time when they came down, so we wanted the theme to be country chic. We finally found a venue that fit that theme.
What other special details did you incorporate into your day?
We made the last minute decision to walk down the aisle in cowboy boots which was a nice special detail I don’t regret. My matron of honor wrote us a poem of our love story that we had displayed at our wedding.
What was your favorite part of the day?
I think my favorite part of the day was taking pictures with Chuck… spending a couple of hours before the wedding just goofing off and being ourselves really calmed our nerves down for the actual ceremony.
Any advice for other brides?
Get a good photographer. The day goes by so fast and all you’ll have left is the pictures so spend the extra research time and money in getting a good photographer
I couldn’t agree more! Thank you so much, Ginger, for taking the time to answer my questions, and to your fabulous photographer for sharing these shots.
Photographer: Matt Phoenix Photography / Reception Venue and Ceremony Location: Front Porch Farms