Homespun Tennessee Wedding
You may remember Megan and Aaron’s engagement session we shared last year. Today we get to share their equally gorgeous wedding, also shot by Tara of Dixie Pixel. They collected vintage finds from thrift stores and flea market throughout their engagement, and handmade most of the details which includes the salvaged wood backdrop for their ceremony. Megan and her bridesmaids carried wildflower bouquets, and later guests took home wildflower seed packet favors (see our DIY project here). Aaron is a musician and sang while Megan danced with her dad, entering the hall of fame for the sweetest father-daughter dance idea!
How much do you love Megan’s ruffled wedding dress by Sarah Seven?
First dance: Heavenly Day.
Father daughter dance: a version of My Girl by the groom
Wedding Vendors (Tennessee):
Ceremony and reception locations: the couple’s house / Florist: Hometown florist, Pineville Ky / Photographer: Dixie Pixel / Wedding Dress: Sarah Seven style Everthine / Veil: Twigs and Honey / Wedding Shoes: Urban Outfitters / Bridesmaid Dresses: All different styles and colors they picked themselves, some vintage / DJ: a friend / Caterer: Oliver’s catering / Wedding Cake: Cakes made by family friend / Wedding invitations: A groomsman designed the invitations (Shayne Ivy) and then were printed at Fedex office / Videographer: Sebastian at Four Fifty Films