Sarah and Dale married in a gorgeous Autumn ceremony at Nashville’s Travellers Rest Plantation. This wedding is so thought out. Each detail is personally created by the bride and chosen for a reason. From the Cafe du Monde tin centerpieces (they met in Louisiana) to the petals tossed during their exit (saved from flowers the groom had given the bride), you can tell how much love was put into the wedding.
All photography credited toÂ Rebekah J. Murray.
Instead of wedding cake, they had wedding pie. Something that we’ve seen popping up in a lot more weddings over the past year.
When I saw the coffee and ice cream bar, I had to call my husband over. Isn’t it just adorable? I’m definitely going to use this at the next party we plan. It’s the perfect complement to an alcohol free reception.
In every image, this bride is beaming! Sarah is so full of joy, and it comes through.
Details from her attire include a borrowed lace veil, from the flower girl’s mother, a garter from Sarah’s mom, and a handkerchief from her grandmother used as a bouquet wrap.
Rebekah has such a way of capturing the emotion of an event. From happy to nervous to relieved, she has a knack for revealing each emotion.
I love the autumn color that shines through in the group shots.
The following Nashville vendors contributed to this outdoor autumn wedding:
Photography – Rebekah J. Murray
Venue – Travellers Rest Plantation
Stationery – Anthology Creative
Gown – Jim Hjelm, purchased from Faccio Bridal
Bridesmaids dresses – J. Crew
Hair and makeup – Elise Harding
Accessories – Malis Henderson, Shane Co., Etsy
Catering – Copper Kettle
Bakery – Loveless Cafe
Rentals – Art Pancake’s Rent-All
Ceremony music – Justin Saunders
Coffee Bar – Beve Mobile Coffee
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