I met Liz and Jen over the summer, as they were looking for a trusted LGBT friendly service provider to document their day. I was happy to hear that they found me through the Nashville LGBT Chamber. The couple met on Tinder two years before they sealed their commitment to one another. Liz and Jen’s wedding was a lovely intimate celebration at the historic Timothy Demonbreun House in Nashville.
One thing some of the guests didn’t know, that this was the actual wedding and not an engagement party! Though everyone was thrilled with the news and the joy the couple was celebrating. The original plan was to hold the ceremony in the lovely garden area or the patio, but the late October wind and rain had other plans on Liz and Jen’s wedding day. All worked out well, and it was lovely and dry inside.
Liz and Jen got exactly the day they wanted, surrounded by the love of family and friends. Documentary wedding photography is perfect for such an occasion, when the couple wants to be present for their loved ones instead of disappearing for an hour to do formal photos. We still fit some in, and they were all back to the celebration.
Catering for Liz and Jen’s wedding was in house by venue proprietor, Richard Demonbreun. The cake was also venue inclusive. The officiant and DJ were family friends.