If any bride is going to nail the rustic chic look, it’s Luci. Her family owns a vintage/Etsy style marketplace in Clarksville,TN so every pretty rustic find she could think of was at her disposal. And this you’re not going to believe… she told us that every part of the planning went perfectly. And this lady had a 500 guest list type of wedding mind you. We know! Her secret? Having a long engagement so that you have plenty of time to plan + have lots of help from family. Let’s see how she made out…Click here to jump on over to the full gallery of images.
My biggest hurdle was choosing my bridesmaid dresses. It was a beautiful touch to have such a wide variety, and I needed them to really bring out my color pallet, but it took over 24 hours online finding the right colors and matching it up to the style and LIKING of the 9 (very picky) bridesmaids.
Super cute detail about the flower girls. One of the dresses was made for Luci in 1994, and the pink dress the little one is wearing was made for her mom when she was in a Little Miss beauty pageant at 4 years old in 1968.
Best wishes to Luci + Jon!
Photographer: Glass Jar Photography / Videographer: Gems on VHS / Ceremony & Reception Venue: Wilma Rudolph Pavilion in Clarksville, TN / Event Coordinator: Kary Daugherty / Hair & Makeup: Robyn Stewart / Florist: Party Station Rentals / Cake: Connell Austin (A vendor from Miss Lucille’s) / Catering: Party Station Rentals / Invitation Designer: a combination of the bride and a bridesmaid, Ashley Bailey who is a graphic designer / Wedding Dress: Galina from David’s Bridal / Shoes: Qupid / Groom’s Suit: Calvin Klein / Shoes: To Boot New York / Bridesmaid Dresses: variety of handpicked dresses / Groomsmen: Calvin Klein and custom made bow ties / Ring Bearer: Janie and Jack