There isn’t a gosh darn thing I don’t LOVE about this day. Think a simple yet fiercely gorgeous take on the beloved farm affair, with a soft, muted palette that could cause even the most color happy bride to reconsider. Jaclyn Journey’s florals only add to the pretty and Brooke Boling’s photos tell the tale. Watch it all unfold right over here.
From Brooke Boling… Neely + Rob were married at Front Porch Farms in Charlotte, TN. Every single detail was amazing from the beautiful flowers by Jaclyn Journey, wedding singer Nicole Serrano, and amazing food by Chef’s market. Neely, the bride, is a photographer + designer so we just knew the details were going to be beautiful. My personal favorite touch were olive branches placed just about everywhere you looked.
The guest played bocce ball, horseshoes and ate southern biscuits with ham in true southern fashion. They also signed an original map of Tennessee for the guest book to hang later on their wall.
About the couple: He sings to her every morning, pretends her extremely novice cooking is gourmet, and always supports her dreams. She has a heart for others, is easy going, and always thinks his jokes are funny.
Just like any good love story, Neely and rob met in a bar in Nashville, Tennessee. It was during the 2010 World cup and the USA was playing Ghana. The bar was crazy crowded with shoulder-to-shoulder red, white and blue enthusiasts. Who knew Nashville was so patriotic? Neely’s friends had the cleaver idea of bringing their own camping chairs into the bar so that they’d have a place to sit right up front by the TVs. Rob made his way down front to compliment their resourcefulness and they’ve been on the same team ever since. Team Tabor!
Photography: Brooke Boling | Videography: Matt G Video | Floral Design: Jaclyn Journey | Dress: Lela Rose | Hair + Make Up: Amanda Gros | Ceremony Music: Nicole Serrano | Catering / Cake: Chef's Market | Groom's Suiting: J.Crew | Reception Band: The Downtown Band | Wedding + Ceremony: Front Porch Farms | Wedding Suite Design: Perky Bros.