OMG! We love everything about this vintage Nashville Wedding! From the porch swing for the bride and groom to the elaborate arrangement hanging from the ceiling. Every detail is so well thought of and so gorgeous! We hope you get lots of ideas from this vintage Nashville wedding.
Here is what Matt Andrews Photography had to say about the day.
Lindsay and Shaun live in New York but chose to have a destination wedding in Nashville and all of the guests flew in from New York and Chicago. The bride and groom came to Nashville to run the Music City Marathon when they started dating and they fell in love with the city and wanted to give their guests a great Nashville experience so they made it a wedding week full of get-togethers including a rehearsal dinner at the Wildhorse saloon. The ceremony took place at Front Porch Farms and the reception was gorgeous. There was rain in the forecast all day but the bride stuck to her guns and everything worked out. A gorgeous sunset even popped out from behind the clouds just as the bride and groom finished their first dance. The cake was suspended from ropes like a dancer at Moulin Rouge, the head table had a porch swing for the bride and groom which was one of my favorite details because even the chains on the swing had flowers weaved around them and as the couple made their big exit through waving sparklers there was an impressive fireworks display.
Photographer: Matt Andrews Photography
Floral Designer: A Village of Flowers
Event Planner: Elegant Weddings by Angela
Equipment Rentals: Music City Tents and Events
Lighting: Nashville Event Lighting
Linens and Coverings: Visual Elements