We have a Tennessee wedding stunner for y’all from jHenderson Studios this afternoon. From the big red barn in the distance, to the cowgirl boots and the bride’s to die for Lazaro wedding gown, this wedding is absolutely lovely. The burlap, white blooms, and rich purple hues created a perfect southern environment for Bill and Lindsey’s wedding day. To honor Bill’s legal career, the groom’s cake was designed to resemble a stack of law books. And at the end of the night, the bride and groom celebrated with fireworks. From Lindsey, the bride: “We based the style of our wedding on the simple, rustic aesthetic associated with the vineyards of wine country, but replaced core elements with southern staples like burlap, mason jars, and traditional southern food to reflect our southern roots.” Congratulations, Bill and Lindsey!
Ever since A.J. Dunlap introduced us to Chicken Caesar pizza, we’ve been sort of, kind of, totally in love with her. It might seem off topic, but I promise you it’s one of the best things in. the. world. If all that goodness wasn’t enough, we’re already in love with her photography. Her wedding portraiture is the stuff of dreams, and she has the ability to capture such beauty and North Carolina sweetness while remaining a wonderful professional and friend. That’s our rant on A.J, lovelies!
Dear heart, stop your fluttering. Today’s sweet farm wedding from Caroline Lima Photography contains all of the essentials: a pretty white bridal bouquet, cowgirl boots, a big red barn… where the horse lives. Every ounce of my soul appreciates this red barn wedding. Wedding magic, don’t ever stop! After today’s couple purchased their property, they renovated their barn so that they could wed there in style. It was, as you can see, a total success!
I just adore Jennifer Blair Photography. I could listen to her describe her brides all day. “Sweet tea is her favorite thing in the world,” and “she’s a Southern belle from head to toe,” were just a few of the sweet words she spoke about her bride, Cassadi… “For their day they chose to have an intimate affair full of meaningful touches. Even their vendors, including me, were close personal friends. The caterer was the groom’s aunt and uncle, the cake artist was a close friend from church, and so on. The cross in the center of the ceremony spot was made of beams from a family home. It was a day surrounded by their favorite things and close friends and family. All the girls in the dressing room were tearing up as Cassadi slipped into her stunning lace gown. The baby’s breath in her hair… the cotton in her bouquet was the perfect Southern touch. One of my favorite moments was before the ceremony as Bradley’s sister and brother-in-law led in a time of worship. I looked back to see all the groomsmen singing so unabashed. It’s so moving. I could go on and on about this day!” Thank you to Jennifer for making us feel like we were there!
Get ready for absolute perfection! This farm wedding is stunning, from the handmade wooden signs to the wildflowers in mason jars and pretty yellow bridesmaids. If you have any doubts that DIY can be just as beautiful, you have to check out this pretty wedding!