We drove to Nashville for this classic church wedding, with beautiful stained glass shining behind the alter, and just Will and Jenny's closest family and friends waiting to be seated in the pews. I had talked with Jenny several times leading up to the day-- she was definitely one of our most organized brides, making lists and schedules down to the finest details, hoping that everything would go as planned. Now all the planning and preparation was put into practice; bouquets were delivered, boutonnieres pinned, and checklists were out. But there came a time where all those details seemed to fade away, and all that mattered was that -this- is the day, the day that this sweet couple becomes husband and wife. Those moments were sprinkled throughout for all those who were a part of it, but it was most realized when the doors to the ceremony opened and Jenny and her dad began to walk down the isle. Every eye turned to this lovely bride in her beautiful ivory dress, but a few turned back to Will, who was seeing his bride for the first time that day. He smiled at first, and then fought back the happy tears. After her dad gave her away, Jenny clasped Will's hand and they walked up the steps of the alter and vowed to spend the rest of their lives together. The ceremony wasn't long, but it was beautiful, and after they sealed their vows with a kiss they walked back down the isle with happiness written all over their faces. Everything went according to schedule, but all the planning in the world will never prepare you for the magic in moments like these. It is breathtaking to witness such a special occasion. <3 It's the part of this job that never, ever gets old!
Congratulations Jenny & Will! We hope you love your pictures!
Church- Our Savior Lutheran Church, Franklin, TN
Reception Venue- Franklin Marriott Cool Springs
Make Up- Jessica Murillo Vaughn, Primp This
Hair- Jessie Mobley, Mobile Beauty
DJ- Snyder Entertainment: Clark Kelly
Flowers- Wildflowers LLC
Cake- Puffy Muffin Cool Springs
Catering: Franklin Marriott Cool Springs