I had only emailed back and forth and enjoyed a phone call with Anne and Brian prior to their gorgeous middle Tennessee Fall morning wedding. They value life experiences such as travel, art, exploring, the outdoors, and wanted to enjoy time with their loved ones at their wedding. Posing for photos away from their own party did not fit into their plans, so my documentary style of capture suited them perfectly.
Anne and Brian and their families had a room block at SoBro guest house in downtown Nashville, and Nashville Wedding Stylists did the hair and makeup work.
This was a very interesting progressive wedding, in multiple locations. This provided a nice variety between peak Fall colors and the urban indoor brunch reception. We made the journey to Percy Warner Park where the couple rented the entire area and really adorable cabin style shelter. The temperature was perfect with the sun, and the setting was beautiful.
Yup, I like sinister lighting and shadows, it keeps boring photos away, like an apple a day. A proud dad walking Anne to the ceremony venue at the park.
Officiant Chance Dillon performed the ceremony and got these two lovebirds married officially, while guests eagerly observed.
Brian unfortunately cut his finger while uncorking, but he quickly bandaged the damage and went back to the celebration.
I love the play of light and shadow as Anne’s dad walked back to the car, reminiscent of my street photography. Many of those principles and methods I use at weddings.
The limo took the couple back to downtown Nashville to City Winery to enjoy a lovely brunch reception.
The fun of studying human emotion and interaction is what tells the story of a wedding day.
Photographing through glass is something I like doing for the illusion and reflection, in wedding or street photography. Part of my artistic passion as a journalist.
The laughter, happiness, and energy captured are what my couples value most when they get their wedding photos delivered. Moments with loved ones who they sometimes don’t get to see often. Or in this case. with friends from around the world.
I hope you’ve enjoyed Brian and Anne’s Fall morning wedding followed by the reception at City Winery. Congrats you two 🙂