Greg and Kim’s summer Allenbrooke Farms wedding was so gorgeous and full of love. The moment her dad said, “May your love be modern enough to withstand the times, and timeless enough to last a lifetime,” I just knew that the meaning behind their marriage was going to be so touching.
The ceremony took place at a Catholic church, where Greg and Kim made promises before friends and family, vowing forever. The beautiful bright florals were from Flower Girls Floral Design, who did an amazing job with the arrangements.
The weather couldn’t have been more perfect for a summer wedding—bright blue skies with just enough clouds to provide some shade for photos.
Greg loves hockey. He loves it so much that he incorporated Bridgestone Arena into their engagement portraits. They also decided to do an entrance puck drop to signify the start of their reception.
Kim loves bright colors and florals. So, when they decided to have their Allenbrooke Farms wedding just outside of Nashville, they wanted something that would stand out among all those dusty blue bridesmaids’ dresses: bold yellows and whites, which they incorporated into everything from bouquets to centerpieces. And when it came time for photos after the ceremony? Well, we’re pretty sure you’ll never see another bride in such an eye-poppingly stunning dress as Kim’s!
But don’t get us wrong—this isn’t just about colors. This is about two people who know exactly who they are and what makes them happy (hint: it involves lots of hockey) and then finding ways to incorporate it. The couple had their sparkler send-off exit amidst all of this beauty. Complete with a fireworks finale for their perfect Nashville wedding day!
I’m so grateful this couple chose me to be their Nashville wedding photographer! Are you still searching for yours? Let’s chat!
Love what you see? Check out this stunning Nashville engagement session here!