Posts with tag: "Nashville Wedding Photography"
5 Great Reasons to Include Young Children in Your Wedding Party
Tuesday, September 26, 2017
5 Great Reasons to Include Young Children in Your Wedding Party

Have you thought about giving a few special children a role in your wedding day? Kids can be difficult to coordinate sometimes, but they truly add something special to the whole day. Check out just a few reasons to include young children in your wedding party! 1. They're just so cute! Okay, maybe this one is a little obvious. But seriously, kids can be really adorable, especially when they’re all dressed up for a wedding.  2. They bring a unique energy to your wedding day. Adults are great, but there’s just something about youthful energy that makes your wedding day feel welcoming and warm. Not to mention, they’re sure to keep things lively on the dance floor once they’ve had a slice of wedding cake! 3. They make priceless candid pictures. Young children are unpredictable, and sometimes their off-the-wall behavior can result in completely unique photos. Between their facial expressions and their silly mannerisms, you’re sure to get plenty of photos that capture their personalities! 4. They'll make you laugh throughout the day. Kids can say some crazy things, and sometimes just looking at their smiles can make you smile, too! Young children in your wedding party will keep the day lighthearted and fun, and they’ll keep you and your guests entertained.  5. They'll have the wonderful ...

5 Ways to Add Personality to Your Wedding Cake
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
5 Great Reasons to Include Young Children in Your Wedding Party

Wedding cake may be an old-fashioned tradition, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring! Your wedding day should show off you and your spouse’s personalities in every way possible, including the cake. Here are a few ways to add some unique style to your wedding cake! 1. Find a unique cake topper. Gone are the days where your only cake topper option is a figurine that looks vaguely like you and your spouse. Find a topper that means something special to you! Use seashells if you both love the beach, or incorporate something from your family culture or background.    2. Tell part of your love story Maybe you met at a Nashville Predators game, or he proposed to you on his boat as the sun set. Whatever makes your love story unique, find a way to share it with your cake! 3. Add fresh flowers To add a hint of color to a white wedding cake, use flowers that match your wedding décor. Or, use fresh fruit for an added twist. 100% edible, and 100% beautiful! 4. Make it colorful There’s no rule that says your wedding cake has to be white! Incorporate colored icing or fondant, or you can even have an intricate and bright design added to the outside of your cake.  5. Completely break the (cake) mold! Give your guests a completely unique dessert that isn’t cake at all! Cupcakes are a ...

A Winter Wedding at Vine Street Christian Church and Cellar One
Wednesday, August 23, 2017
5 Great Reasons to Include Young Children in Your Wedding Party

When Jessie and Will chose a February wedding date in Nashville we knew it could be a very cold day but when the big day arrived it turned out to be a very pleasant day. One thing you have to keep in mind during winter weddings is how early it gets dark. If Jessie decided not to let Will see her on the wedding day until she walked down the isle they wouldn't have been able to get any naturally lit photos together and with their entire bridal party until night time. They decided to have a private first look moment together in a garden at Centennial Park near the Parthanon. We were able to get some beautiful photos. The leafless trees blurred into a buttery brown color in the background and look different than summertime photos with more vibrant green backgrounds. I thought they turned out beautifully. Once the ceremony was over the bridal party were able to get to the reception at CellarOne that much quicker because the only photos we needed to do after the ceremony were the formal family group shots. The food was excellent and the dance floor was packed. As a photographer, I get most excited about the photos that are the most technically difficult because I like a challenge. Its always more difficult in low light at receptions but I was proud of the dance floor action shots that I captured with my longer lens. I'll let the photos speak for themselves but I believe we ...