Around this time last year, I was just starting to settle in around Nashville. I had fallen in love with Magnolia Trees (especially because they made winter less dreary) and large front porches. I started to explore. I would usually find a spot on the map and then try to take all the backroads there. Then, I’d turn my phone (google maps) off, then work my way back home.
I stumbled across Travellers Rest and knew that I needed to visit. Built in 1799, I knew that there’d be history involved and also knew that it would be quaint & quiet. They lovingly say on their website,
“Established in 1799, Historic Travellers Rest is the oldest, public house museum in Nashville. A true gem nestled just a few miles outside of the hustle and bustle of downtown”
I reached out to them and a few other local vendors and started to plan a shoot there. I wanted to focus on the cozy factor and leaned more towards an elopement styled shoot. Everything fell into place and on a March afternoon, we went to work!
I simply can’t thank our vendors enough. While this session was published on Nashville Bride Guide, I wanted to share a few of my favorites here too.
THANK YOU, FRIENDORS!
Styled Shoot Location | Historical Travellers Rest Plantation, Nashville, TN
Planning | Adriel Nutter Events
Photographer | Abby Leighanne Photography
Additional Photographer | Derek Couts Photography
Flowers | A Village of Flowers
Cake | Tis So Sweet
Rentals | Liberty Party Rental
Decor | Ultrapom
Invitations | Darby Cards
Hair + Makeup | Southern Belle Beauty
Dress | Fabulous Frocks
Tux | Street Tuxedo