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I don’t know what it is about southern weddings…but they are always so charming. It must be the combination of meaningful traditions and a classic aesthetic that never goes out of style. Photographer Ali Harper, who’s joining the Grey Collective, captured all Natalie and Conar’s beautiful wedding images on film (have we mentioned we love film? We have. Oh, okay. So you know, then?). This is our absolute favorite type of wedding: timeless and elegant. Want to see more of this wedding? You can head here to Ali’s blog!

And, my sweet Tennessee brides, were you wondering how this wedding got so pretty? You ought to call of the lovely Mary Alice of A Delightful Day. Her event design savvy helped put all of this together!

Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings

I love what photographer Ali shared about her bride and groom: Natalie and Conar were married in the town Natalie grew up in — Gallatin, Tennesse — and it had the best small town charm, just like you’d expect. They had quite honestly one of the most gorgeous fall days you could ask for, and filled the tiny downtown chapel at dusk with their dearest friends and family. One of my favorite moments of the day was getting to witness Conar open up the gift his bride gave him moments before their first look… a set of embroidered handkerchiefs. That sweet token, along with a handwritten note made all of us stop and simply take it all all in. After all the “big” things have been planned on a wedding day, I always find that it’s usually about the love in the little things that become so very meaningful…

Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings
Wedding Blog Tennessee Romance: Why Southerners Have the Loveliest Weddings

 


Lovely resources and vendors for this wedding: Venue: Fairvue Plantation // Photographer: Ali Harper Photography // Event Planner: Mary Alice Sublett, A Delightful Day Event Planning // Florist: Gallatin Flower Shoppe // Ceremony Music: Innocenti String Quartet // Reception Music: Pat Patrick Band // Linens: La Tavola Linens // Rentals: Liberty Party Rentals and The Premiere Event // Wedding Cakes: Parry Bartlett and Allison Clifton // Calligraphy: Samantha Martin Curlicue Designs // Invitations: Rohner Letterpress // MonogramDesign: Number Four Eleven // Bride’s Dress: Vera Wang // Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Groom’s Tuxedo: Gucci // Groom’s Shoes: Salvatore Ferragamo // Cuff Links: Robin Rotenier // Makeup: Bridget Pilkinton for MAC // Earrings: antique, gift from the groom // Hairpiece: custom by Jennifer Behr // Wedding Clutch: Judith Leiber // Rehearsal Dinner clutch: Judith Leiber // Rehearsal Dinner Dress: Monique Lhuillier / custom skirt by Kerried Away Couture // Rehearsal Dinner Shoes: Valentino