Jenny and Tim were one of my favorite couples to work with! They were so relaxed and open to ideas and just wanted a beautiful wedding and for their 160 guests to enjoy some good food and good times. And that they did! Jenny and Tim were married on June 6th at the Owens Chapel Church of Christ in Brentwood with a reception following at Travellers Rest Historic House. Evan Baines photographed this wonderful day and did a fantastic job capturing so many little moments!
I love the moments that Evan is able to capture in his photography. At this particular time, I had to hide Jenny by the side of the church since Tim was walking his mother down the aisle and they did not want to see each other prior to the ceremony. It turned out to be a sweet moment between Jenny and her Dad while the rest of the wedding party was lined up and ready to walk into the church.
If you look closely, you can see me cueing the flower-girls as the ring-bearers proudly head down the aisle! All the kids were adorable and so fun to work with!
This is one of my favorite shots of the day. Jenny looked absolutely stunning as she entered the church! You can also see in this photo the door wreaths made of green hydrangea and the pew markers made of silver tin pails filled with hydrangea, hypericum berries, and ivory and green roses.
Jenny’s style was very natural and she loved ivory, cream, cornflower blue, and shades of green. Rachel Short Designs did a beautiful job creating various centerpieces of square vases filled with cream florals, hypericum berries, apples, and tea leaves, tall branches with hanging votive candles, and finally lanterns surrounded by sheet moss. The bouquets were comprised of green hydrangea, white hydrangea, and ivory garden roses and the men wore boutonnieres of mini green hydrangea.
Nashville Event Lighting did a wonderful job with can lights around the perimeter of the barn and string lights between the columns. The rentals were provided by Music City Tents and Events and consisted of natural wood folding chairs, cornflower blue table linens, and ivory napkins. Menu Maker Catering provided a delicious buffet of mixed green salad, carved beef tenderloin, herb-crusted chicken (aah-maa-zing by the way!), green beans almondine, glazed baby carrots, and a mashed potato bar (are you hungry yet?).
The cake was a sour cream and almond cake with vanilla buttercream by Maples Wedding Cakes (one of my personal favorites!). It was a simple four tiered round cake with cornflower blue ribbon at the base of each tier to match the linens.
Congratulations to Jenny and Tim! I wish you the best!