Let me start off with one word, WOW! Elizabeth and Eric’s Nashville wedding was definitely a sight to see. When our bride and groom set down to start their wedding planning, they decided that they wanted to incorporate elements that were dear to them both. Since they both love history it only made sense for Elizabeth and Eric’s wedding day to start off with the ceremony being held at an historic sanctuary in downtown Franklin, Franklin First United Methodist. In addition, having their wedding reception at an historic home, CJ’s Off the Square.
Elizabeth and Eric’s color combination of champagne, ivory, blush tones and shades of yellow was inspired by candle light. Both bride and groom enjoy the outdoor elements, which is why CJ’s Off the Square was the perfect location for their wedding reception.
Since Eric is currently enlisted in the military, he wore his uniform. They also used his sabor to cut their wedding cake, which I thought was too cool!
Elizabeth and Eric’s wedding day was full of fun, love, and of course, dancing! Oh, don’t let me forget to mention the sweet ride that our bride and groom left the ceremony in, a 1967 MGB convertible. Jealous? I sure am! Be sure to check out Elizabeth and Eric’s Engagement session.
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Bridal Salon – The White Room
Flowers – The Enchanted Florist
Decor/Design – Southern Events
Cake – Rebop’s Cake
DJ – Noteable Occassions
Hair/Makeup – Tangerine
Favors – Lazy B Ranch
Invitations – Pepperite Paper Company