The first snowfall of 2017 in Tennessee brought us a winter wonderland wedding we will never forget. Hues of purple, silver, and white matched our sparkling snow covered property perfectly. The normal loft setting was reversed to give our favorite ceremony spot a brand new look. Candlelight and twinkling lights lit up the venue almost as much as our couple did.
Emily and her girls stayed warm inside the Legacy Farms Manor by the fire as they were getting ready. Right outside the window was a snow covered ground awaiting the beautiful photos to come.
*The Bridal Party*
The bridesmaids dark purple dresses complimented their bouquets filled with silver dollar eucalyptus, purple carnations & lepto, Italian ruscus, and grey brunia berries.
Our loft setting usually has the stairway as the backdrop for the ceremony. At this wedding we reversed the loft to have the rich and lush drapery, simple twig cylinders, and candlelight as the backdrop.
The ceremony was unplugged and perfect. Emily took Cameron's breath away when she walked down the aisle to him. They kept it light hearted and fun, sentimental and charming. This couple is a delightful match and that was evident throughout the ceremony.
The reception had it all. A hot cocoa bar to keep warm, a delicious and hearty winter meal, an adorable and tasty table full of desserts and sweets, dancing and laughter and even a surprise performance from our couple to their guests.
Special thank you to Zach & Sarah Photography for their photographic contributions.