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Glam Nashville Wedding

Glam Nashville Wedding

Frankly, I could build a whole post around this bride’s Monique wedding gown alone. But add in some photography by Taylor Lord, an amazing Tennessee venue, and a Krispy Kreme bar, you’ve got a wedding after my own heart. Keep an eye out for a wedding film from Milestone Pictures!

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From the bride, Erin: We knew we wanted to have an outside wedding, we also knew we wanted it to be in the summer, it’s our favorite time of year. Kamron and I have our unique taste and we wanted that to be the style of our wedding. We wanted people to leave or wedding and say “that was so Kamron and Erin”, so we stayed true to things we really loved — that was our goal, for our wedding to look like us.

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Our wedding was most unique to us and our interest. We love estate sales, antiquing, and flipping furniture. We brought in 95% of the decor for the wedding. I had no color scheme in mind other than just the normal “stuff” that I love. My closet is full of creams and blushes… I have always been attracted to the light neutral palette.

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The decor we brought in was mostly re-done by us. We painted pretty much all of it. I am crafty by nature and so is my mother… She made all the runners for the tables and pillows. I made all the signs and banners for the wedding. My dad who is an artist made the “Kamron Kunce” Donut sign, along with the Father of the Bride sized tissue box. He also created the caricature of us for our quest to sign. He is pretty amazing!

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Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Stay true to you and your style. Include the groom (it does take two people to get married). It’s YOUR wedding, not your mother’s, your aunt’s, your sister’s, your cousin’s, or your friends’… it’s YOURS. Do what you want. Lastly, don’t get your veil in a wad… it’s just a wedding…one day. 24 hours. Don’t get me wrong, enjoy your wedding, soak it up, but don’t get upset if your linens don’t come in the right shade of ivory. Be the bride that every wedding vendor wants… a happy, easy going one! Trust me, it will make your life easier and theirs! The 3 things I would spend my money on are the dress, the photographer, and the videographer. You will have pictures in the dress forever! Get a dress that every time you get in it — you never want to take it off. That’s how you know it’s your dress.

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View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Wedding Location: Nashville, TN / Wedding Photographer: Taylor Lord Photography / Wedding Venue: Front Porch Farms / Wedding Planner: Nashville Event Planning / Wedding Flowers: Bride’s mother and friend / Wedding Dress: Monique Lhuillier “Candy” via The Bride Room / Wedding Veil: friend / Wedding Shoes: Michael Kors / Bride’s Robe: Vintage Oscar de la Renta / Hair and Makeup: Taylor Roark of Rodells and Sorelle Skelton of Allure Salon / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: BCBG and Watters and Watters / Groom’s Suit: J. Crew / Groomsmen’s Suits: Calvin Klein / Wedding Caterer: Chef’s Market / Wedding Cake: B. Jackson’s Bakery / DJ: Kyle Stephens of K&M Music / Wedding Invitations: Designs in Paper / Videographer: Milestone Pictures

View Comments (12)
  • This is a wonderful rustic style wedding. We love the contrast in the bridesmaids’ bouquets in comparison to the bridal bouquet. The texture and the design of the arrangements very well fit into the theme of the wedding. Great inspiration for our rustic DIY brides! Passing this along to them!

  • I love the photo of the bride’s bouquet next to the bridemaids’ bouquets. Usually the bridesmaids’ bouquets are much smaller. This bride knows she’s the main event and nobody’s about to upstage her. Good for her – sharing the flower love! Gorgeous wedding.

  • This wedding is so precious! Her dress is breath-taking, and the Kleenox is too cute. I got chills when they see each other for the first time. This is how I want my groom to react. Loved this!

  • What a perfect retelling of a beautiful day. Can I ask where you got your wedding day jewelry from Erin?

  • Love the rustic details, the creme colors, and all the little extras from the fireworks to the old photos pinned on the wrought iron. This looks like an absolute dream day.

  • Country charm meets classic glam . . . Love the men’s suits, the gown (oh my) and the pale palette. The rest is in the details; the little things, the big things, the donuts and milk – yummy!

  • Krispy Kreme donuts, fireworks and skylanterns – now that’s a party. You really thought outside the box to make the wedding an enjoyable experience for everyone. Beautiful selection of pics for the blog; they really captured the various dynamics of the event.

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