This colorful, fun-filled rustic wedding comes to us from Amber Smith of Smith Studios Photography, based in Franklin, Tennessee! Here’s Amber to tell us more:
Emily and Adam’s ceremony was held in their family barn which was built by Emily’s grandfather, and the reception held at her uncle’s barn.
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Congratulations Emily & Adam and thank you Amber for sharing! For more information about Smith Studios Photography, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.
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Photographer: Smith Studios Photography
Event Planner: Regalo Design
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If you have a soft spot for a natural look with earthy undertones, then a rustic wedding just may be your style. The best part about this wedding theme is its surprising versatility – from the countryside charm of farmhouses and bucolic delights of a barn to the chic feel of a vineyard and wilds of the woods, rustic can embody different vibes while still maintaining its overarching rural allure. These décor ideas will help you nail the look.
This charming rustic wedding comes to us from Marisu and Shannah of ZoomWorks Photography, based in Athens, Georgia! Here’s Marisu and Shannah to tell us more:
Tristan and Adam had been hanging around with the same group of friends for awhile. In fact, she had been to see him perform with his band many times.
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Their decision to get married on his family’s farm was predicated on the fact that Adam really wanted his Grandparents there, and they don’t travel easily anymore. His family has farmed the land for generations, so it means a lot to them both to have been able to have such a special day there on that land.
As far as vendors, we were the only professionals that the couple hired. Relatives did the bridesmaids’ hair, as well as the bride, and ZoomWorks did the bride’s makeup. Flowers were purchased wholesale and put together by friends.
The bride’s dad, a native of Louisiana, made the most amazing gumbo from scratch and the cake was baked by a girl who does it in her spare time. All in all a truly DIY wedding.
Congratulations Tristan & Adam and thank you Marisu & Shannah for sharing! For more information about ZoomWorks Photography, please visit their WeddingLovely Vendor Guide profile or head straight to their website.
What do you think about today’s real wedding? Let us know in the comments below!