On August 26, 2016, the Vision in White team helped kick off Emily and Jack’s marriage with their wedding at Nashville’s beautiful and historic Belle Meade Plantation.
The decor at the wedding while sophisticated, was also simple — the perfect combination to accent Emily and Jack’s spectacular wedding day.
Emily and Jack had quite the creative spin on a traditional wedding guest book. Their wedding guests were encouraged to leave their thumbprints along with a doodle and a personalized message for the newlyweds. Emily and Jack’s guest book will definitely bring them fond memories for years to come.
At 5:30 the ceremony began and Jack eagerly awaited his beautiful bride to walk down the aisle.
Finally, Emily walked down the aisle and toward her groom with both of her parents at her side. We love this added touch of including the mother in this important part of the ceremony.
Perhaps the most memorable moment of Emily and Jack’s ceremony was the unity tree. Together the couple planted a tree — Jack poured the soil, and Emily, the water. Planting the tree was a symbol of the love that they are cultivating, and the tree’s continued growth is a symbol of their love’s endurance.
Hand-in-hand, Emily and Jack arrive at their reception and danced their way through a human tunnel made up by their wedding party.
After dinner and toasts, the newly-married couple shares their first dance to Reuben Koops’ “Two Little Words”.
Next, Emily and her dad danced together to “I Loved Her First” by Heartland, followed by a dance between Jack and his mother to Lee Ann Womack’s “I Hope You Dance”.
Venue: Belle Meade Plantation
Cake: Love at First Bite
Flowers: Import Flowers
Photographer/Videographer: Nashville Wedding Collection
Music: Nashville Party Authority
Hair/Makeup: Blowout Co.
Caterer: Martin’s BBQ
Transportation: Anchor Transportation
Lighting: Bright Events