This well-styled wedding is sure to inspire brides and grooms that dare to be married in the colder months amongst the evergreen trees and twinkling lights in a warm and inviting setting such as Ravenswood Mansion.
Alex and Michael met in High School their freshman year and became really close friends. As the story goes, they went on one date and decided to keep things platonic. Alex, after having a drink or two, decided to phone Michael one day a few years later and asked if he would be her plus one at a wedding she was attending. Needless to say, she was a little embarrassed and never followed up with Michael to firm up details. It wasn’t until December 2020 when they were both home for the holidays that Alex and Michael decided to get together. The rest is history as they say.
Their wedding celebration took place this December to commemorate their first date after reconnecting. There are couples you love and then those couples you fall in love with — I am utterly in love with these two and they continue to impress me with their kindness and love they extend to others.
This wedding in Brentwood, TN is a beautiful mix of classic and timeless touches, with the church and mansion showcasing its inviting architecture and aesthetics, that transformed a pretty cold day into a warm and blessed event.
Industry talent from Nashville came together to make magic. The soft array of white blooms sprinkled with greenery and and maroon blooms by Forget me Not Designs and the antique setting from the Ravenswood Mansion set the stage for a night to be remembered. Emerald Empire Band turned up the heat so that the bride and groom could dance all night — tulle skirts twirling and all.
Photography: Kéra // Venue: Ravenswood Mansion // Planning: Gather and Heart // Band: Emerald Empire Band // Transportation: Matchless Transportation // Rentals: Curated Events // Florals: Forget Me Not // Catering: Wildberry // Dress: Adorn Nashville
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