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Vintage Southern Wedding in Tennessee

Imagine my excitement when this gem of a wedding shot by Tara of Dixie Pixel was sent our way. This Southern wedding is just glorious. Photo after photo, we couldn’t help but gush over every single one of them. The uber-stylish bride is a girl after my own heart — we’re so in love with her veil, wedding gloves, makeup…and of course, her gorgeous red tresses. You must see all the photos in the gallery for more.

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From Tara of Dixie Pixel: Klay Kelley & Taylor Payne were married on May 28th in Franklin, Tennessee on a family member’s private property. They decided to see each other before the ceremony to begin portraits of the two of them, as well as their wedding party at the Factory in Franklin, which was where their reception was held. Taylor was STUNNING in the veil that she made with the help of her mom! She gifted Klay with her promise ring during the ceremony, which brought forth a lot of emotion from the guests. They incorporated the tandem bike into a lot of their wedding design, such as their wedding testament, programs and custom water bottle labels. They danced the night away at the factory and then left in their vintage car that belonged to a family member. I couldn’t help but be romanticized by the Southern flair, as Taylor reminded me of a modern day Scarlett O’Hara with her gloves and stunning headpiece.

Dixie Pixel was sent our way. This Southern wedding is just glorious. Photo after photo, we couldn’t help but gush over every single one of them. The uber-stylish bride is a girl after my own heart — we’re so in love with her veil, wedding gloves, makeup…and of course, her gorgeous red tresses. You must see View all images in the gallery!

Wedding Vendors (Franklin, TN):

Ceremony and Reception Locations: Building 8 at The Factory / Photographer: Dixie Pixel / Caterer: Chef’s Market / Event Planner: Crystal Varenkamp Weddings & Events (cvarenkamp@comcast.net) / Floral Designer: Terri Wood / Dress Store: Arzelle’s Bridal / Dress Designer: Watters and Watters / Cake Designer: My Cake Lady / DJ: DJ Doug Griffin

21 Comments on Vintage Southern Wedding in Tennessee

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  • 1

    Wowza! Love that veil!

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  • 2

    This is beautiful! I love the doorway looking down the grassy aisle to the chandelier and mantel… so romantic and nostalgic!

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  • 3

    OMG CUTEST little bride EVER!! I want to completely steal every ounce of her style. SO adorable. I freaking love that fascinator and she pulls it off gorgeously. Ugh. I am dying of jealousy here. BEAUTIFUL.

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  • 4

    oh my word. how gorgeous is that bride!!

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  • 5
    Pearl Parasol {Pretty Events} on August 3, 2011 at 1:21 pm

    What a lovely wedding! The flair is stunning and the photography style is beautiful!

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  • 6
    Andrea Polanco on August 3, 2011 at 1:30 pm

    What a gorgeous style! I want to steal her gloves!! I’ve been looking for a pair like those for ages, any idea of where can I get them?

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  • 7
    Erica Ann Photography on August 3, 2011 at 2:02 pm

    Oh my! What a stunning bride and a lovely wedding!

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  • 8

    Wow. What a beautiful wedding. Love your head-piece! Congratulations.
    I am desperately looking for a great pair of bridal flats, and your shoes are exactly what I’m not finding anywhere. If the bride is reading, would you mind sharing where you got them??
    I would be very grateful!

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  • 9

    Love the doors opening at the end of the aisle! Beautiful.

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  • 10

    I love her shoes!!! Where did she find her shoes?

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  • 11

    I second the remarks on the loveliness, as well as the request on the shoes–love them! Any info on where they’re from would be terrific!

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  • 12

    That’s the Watters Austin, right? Gorgeous!

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  • 13

    The bride is so beautiful. All of it is amazing!

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  • 14

    just coming by to let you know i think your blog is an amazing inspiration and that i had a ball going through your download archives. thank you so very much for sharing your gifts and those of others too!
    xoxo

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  • 15

    woop woop! Yay Taylor & Klay!!! Beautiful wedding!!! Wish I could have been there!

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  • 16
    Jennifer Valentine on August 4, 2011 at 9:27 am

    I’ve been viewing this blog for several weeks now…and I’ve been in awe of every single wedding….
    But this one just left me breathless. (and almost speechless).
    How utterly beautiful down to the tiniest detail…

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  • 17
    Pamela (Galloway) Withrow on August 4, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    I happened to see Jim & Sue’s note on Facebook and followed it here and I AM SO IMPRESSED! This was SO special and being a Tennessee lady myself (though I live in Florida and have for over 30 years), I
    found these photos to be absolutely charming and delightful.

    I just pray the marriage is have as precious as the photos and you will go far. May the Lord bless you in this life that you have begun together!
    Sincerely,

    Pamela Withrow

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  • 18
    Susan Gentry on August 4, 2011 at 1:31 pm

    These pictures are lovely! Not to mention a beautiful couple. I worked with Pat and we still remain friends and needless to say, she is a very proud grandmother!
    Many years to happiness to you both!

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  • 19
    Melanie R., Dacula, GA on August 4, 2011 at 11:22 pm

    Taylor, you made the most beautiful bride and I pray God’s richest blessings on you and Klay! I know your mom’s special touch made your wedding breath taking!

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  • 20

    that cremony is so so cute! i wish we could have outdoor ceremonies in ireland

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  • 21

    Thank you for all the nice comments! It really was our perfect day!! My shoes are by Bandolino. Good luck finding cute flats, it can be a challenge!

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