Isaac + Annie 11.3.18

Our second fall season for weddings really showed out! I have learned that the last weekend of October and the first weekend of November are peak color here in the Nashville area. The colors absolutely showed out for Isaac and Annie’s wedding!

Brian Flint did a phenomenal job capturing the property in all of its colorful beauty! Pathways and open fields shining brightly. And you know, you can’t have a fall wedding, in the country, without hay bales in the background.

The Barn venue is definitely becoming known for its covered bridge. And it sure is a show stopper when it is surrounded by fall colors and sunlight. Since they decided to have their ceremony in the Enchanted Forest, their guests would take a walk across this bridge and head into the wooded area. It was such a nice to touch to have the candles along the rails.IMG_2801IMG_2802Fall weddings are a great time to be a little more causal. Isaac was so handsome in his khaki pants and gray vest. Couple that with a field full of hay bales and it’s a win win.IMG_2808Annie was absolutely stunning. The way that Eye Do Hair & Makeup created such a natural look, with her long hair resting on her shoulder. It was the perfect pair with her strapless dress and long veil.

Wildflowers LLC created so much beauty in her fall bouquet and the different arrangements she used throughout the property! I love when couples focus on greenery and white and then add pops of colors.IMG_2805IMG_2807IMG_2803The arch in the forest was to die for! All the greenery and white flowers was simply stunning against all the fall foliage in the background. On a side note, don’t you just love when a groom lifts up his bride after saying “I Do” and kissing for the first time as husband and wife. What a moment to cherish.IMG_2809Isaac & Annie were our first couple to venture out into the farm and grab some rustic photos. I’m not sure what your style is, but if you love all things farm, Mr. Red is a nice, rusty backdrop.IMG_2814So much color in this picture. Our wide open field loves to hold bridal parties and stand as the backdrop. One of the best parts of fall weddings are the deep color tones. Annie choose such a deep red and it laid perfectly with the bow ties and suspenders.IMG_2812I’m also pretty sure that everyone loves a veil in the air. If you don’t, I’m pretty sure you just haven’t seen enough of them yet. It creates such romantic photos! And this one shows off the edging on her veil…. Gorgeous!IMG_2813The Barn feels so inviting and warm with all its string lights and lighting. It was so perfect when they were finished preparing it for their reception! The classic white linens paired with gold chargers and clear plates and the pop of color through her napkins.

Creating a space like this is such a beautiful welcome for your guests as they enter from your ceremony. IMG_2815IMG_2817The head table was perfection! The bride & groom and each bridesmaid & groomsman sat in their seat to their name, in an elegant gold script, sitting on their plate. This is such a great way for them to walk away with a keepsake from your wedding.IMG_8361IMG_2819Take a closer look at their flatware. Oh my goodness, I absolutely love the little love note engraved on their forks. What a treasure to keep forever and ever.IMG_2820IMG_2821As the night grew dark, they did lots of entertaining on the covered patio. IMG_2822Be sure you have your photographer capture your dance from the outside in! It is such a beautiful angle.IMG_2823This November wedding was stunning all the way around. From the beauty that God gives us each fall season to every single detail that they planned and implemented into their day!

Congratulations Isaac and Annie on such a beautiful event! We wish you the absolute best as you venture off into a lifetime of marriage and dancing in the dark.


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