Author: Lindsay

Leanna & Sean – Flawless Fall Wedding in middle Tennessee

Leanna & Sean’s wedding was a heartwarming one. On Duck Pond Manor’s gorgeous property on an almost-fall day, there was nothing but perfection surrounding this perfect couple. What we will remember most is their first look – they each squealed with delight and then Sean circled Leanna to get the full effect of her dress so she didn’t have to move for him – such a true gentleman! Leanna’s mom was a wedding planner for so many years, and we knew she and Leanna had dreamt of this day for even longer. But this time, mom Melinda handed the reigns

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Isabel & Andrew – Luxurious Summer Wedding in middle Tennessee

Isabel & Andrew’s wedding at Duck Pond Manor in Sparta, Tennessee was everything a wedding should be. An amazing bridal party, sweet families, a beautiful couple and the best vendors. The party was on point too with a rocking dancefloor thanks to the DJ, and of course Duck Pond’s all inclusive service includes the most gorgeous florals and delicious food. We loved spending time with this amazing couple and one of our favorite moments was their first look when they shared vows and we stepped back. We could tell this was such an important moment for them and although we

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Shonta & Nolan – Intimate Chapel Elopement at Lane’s Bend in Cookeville, Tennessee

Shonta and Nolan’s wedding was simply unforgettable. As many of our covid couples did, they stripped things down to the bare minimum but instead of minimizing some, they chose to go the day alone with only the cutest ring bearer ever, their pastor, and the two of us there to capture it. Friends and family watched via zoom, and the love was felt from start to finish. Shonta radiated her pure beauty and glowing confidence, and Nolan’s calm but joyful demeanor was obvious – he simply couldn’t stop smiling. Brandon and I were witnesses to the start of this relationship

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Emily & Wade – Summer Backyard Farm Wedding

Emily & Wade are such special people. We’ve known their families for a long time, and every encounter has been nothing but the most positive experience. 2020 was different for everyone, and this wedding was no different. But with a paired-down guest list and a move of venue to the groom’s family farm, and this wedding was still on. And what a beautiful wedding and perfect day it was! This couple sure knows what matters and they made sure those elements were a part of their day. The sun was out, the bees buzzed quietly to themselves on the family’s

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Emma & Easton – Rainy Day Fall Farm Wedding in Cookeville, Tennessee

Emma and Easton got married in October and the forecast showed rain ALL.DAY.LONG. Fortunately, all Easton cared about was making Emma happy, and all Emma cared about was getting married. These two and their families have the best hearts and they didn’t let the rain ruin their day, not even by one drop. The leaves were starting to turn, and even if we had to run for the cover of the barn shortly after the first look, everyone was so kind, patient and…well, HAPPY! This group of bridesmaids, groomsmen and large family all gathered under one shelter with us as

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Emma & Easton – Simply Spring Engagement in Cookeville, Tennessee

Emma and Easton are getting married this fall, so spring was the PERFECT time for their engagement session. There was just one problem: a major world pandemic! Who would have ever guessed we’d have small businesses (ours included) shut down by the government for our own safety, but thanks to the coronavirus, we sure did. Thankfully we had these scheduled before it was mandatory to shelter-in-place, and we had the most gorgeous spring day. We were careful, sought advice of doctors (yes, for real) and were able to capture the adorable love these two have for each other. They’re the

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We are a Husband and Wife Team who have one goal in mind, provide our clients with amazing and memorable photos that capture the story of their special day in a way only a photograph can.