This Tennessee wedding is completely filled to the brim with warm and cozy details perfect for a winter wedding. Good thing because this was an outdoor affair in the countryside of Nashville so keeping guests comfy and warm was key. We are talking everything from hot cider and blankets to smores and dancing, all wrapped up in a really pretty package. Does it get more romantic? And the photographs from Katherine Holly are the lovely bow on top. Be sure to stop by the gallery for more of this cold weather soiree.
The final day before the first snow flurries of the season, Seth and Amy wed outdoors at Front Porch Farms in the rolling hill country outside of Nashville, Tennessee. It was stunning. Kathy, the owner of FPF and the wedding planner, made sure the chilly weather wouldn't be an issue. Their guests were welcomed with hot cider and blankets to keep warm throughout the ceremony. Afterward, they enjoyed an evening under an outdoor pavilion that was prepped for the cold with heaters, soup, smores, hot cocoa, dancing, and more… all of the details put into the day were incredibly well thought through, and most of all, Amy and Seth became one…so overwhelmed with excitement and joy, they committed to one another till death do they part.
Photography: Katherine Holly Photography / Flowers: Catherine Clement / Event Design and Planning: Kathy Best, owner of Front Porch Farms / Ceremony Location: Front Porch Farms / Invitations: Seth Kiehl