Talk about a DIY genius! Lizzy created so much of her wedding by hand: the silk bouquets, the centerpieces, her cute hair piece (made out of the altered fabric from her dress)...just to mention a few. She also had a ton of 2012's wedding trends like a dessert table where guests could make their own goodie bags, her pooches in the wedding, and those handmade fabric flowers. They were married on a beautiful farm out in Springfield, TN. The yellow farm house was surrounded by hills, rivers and galloping horses. The fall colors popped out the day before her wedding (I swear it was like magic) and perfectly matched her pumpkin centerpieces and other fall decor.
As Lizzy walked out to meet Brian under that giant lone tree for their first look, time seemed to slow down, just for a second, as they ran into each others arms and didn't let go. Your wedding was beautiful. Thanks for letting us be a part of it!
The hairpiece Lizzy made. Super cool.
Aren't these neat!? Plus you can keep them and they won't turn to stinky popery.
I loved the old pews.
Halfway through the night, Lizzy and Brian surprised everyone when they busted out some bad mamma jamma dance moves.
Here is a preview of Lizzy and Brian's video done by the super sweet and talented Cameron Chiles.
Flowers: Lizzy takes custom orders. Just let me know if you want her contact info.
Videographer: Cameron Chiles, Sword and Pistol Digital Cinematography
Cakes: Homestyle Bakery
DJ: (AWESOME DJ!) Chuck Roberts with All Night Long Productions
Lizzy's dress from Sugar Drop Inc. by Alfred Sung
Bridesmaid Dresses: Bridal Country by Alfred Angelo
Tuxes: Men's Warehouse
Tent: Grand Central Party
Wedding Photography by Will & Laurie Noblit of Streetlight Republic | www.StreetlightRepublic.com | Nashville Wedding Photographer