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Southern Farm Wedding

There’s just something so pleasantly quaint about a farm wedding. Somehow, the rustic setting seems to bring out the most creativity in brides and their families, and I’d be hard-pressed to find a better example of this than the following Tennessee wedding. The family utilized the talent of an old friend to arrange their flowers, and the result easily rivals the talent of any weathered professional florist. Wisely, the couple delegated the photography to the ever-talented Bamber Photography, and we’re head over heels in love with the results!

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From the photographer: This couple did everything themselves. The wedding was held at the bride’s family farm where many of her relatives have been married. The couple chose to hire a family friend to put all of the flowers together and used a lot of wildflowers from the farm in the bouquets as well as on as the table decorations. The bride used her grandmother’s tea cups, old trunk cases, and vintage cameras to decorate the tables. Since the bride loved old cameras, John took a lot of these images on a old Contax 645 camera.

rustic southern farm wedding

rustic southern farm wedding

rustic southern farm wedding

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Wedding vendors (Evensville, Tennessee):

Wedding Ceremony and Reception Venue: Lewis Family Farm / Wedding photographer: Bamber Photography / Wedding Flowers: Nicole Kammeyer / Wedding dress: J. Crew

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