There is something so sweet about this little wedding. Photographer, Natalie Watson, sent it our way and I have to say…it completely charmed me. From the adorable couple to the pretty, understated details, I heart everything about this adorable affair.
Tosha & Will’s soft, intimate hometown wedding took place in Greeneville, Tennessee. The couple had a traditional service followed by an intimate dessert reception all done at the church. Every aspect of the wedding was made personal — the grooms pie made by Will’s grandmother, an acoustic guitar was played during ceremony by Will’s uncle, the table numbers were created from a cedar tree in their backyard, the get away 46 Ford Coupe was provided by Tosha’s great uncle, the couple was married on Will’s grandparents 61st wedding anniversary.
As for the details, the couple used their old love letters as ringbearer pillows and held the letters they read right before the ceremony, they hung old photographs of couples in their lives (parents, grandparents, siblings, etc.) For the dessert reception, Tosha & Will took a huge piece of plywood and painted it with chalk board paint and used it as a seating chart. You can see more of the wedding right here.
Vendors: Location at First Presbyterian Church, Greeneville, TN / Photography by Dan & Natalie Watson, Watson-Studios / Flowers and Catering: Beverly at Main Street Catering (Jonesborough, TN) / Wedding Cake: Embree House Wedding cakes (Jonesborough, TN) / Groom’s Pies were made by Will’s grandmother / Programs were made by Jessica Miller from JessLehry Designs and thebudgetsavvybride.com