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We started the day at Rachel's parents home which has beautiful gardens and trees all around the property (a photographer's dream location). I love detail shots that feature the wedding dress and the first photo with Rachel's dress in the garden is probably my favorite ever. Scott and his groomsmen were hilarious and were all too eager to cut up for the camera.

If you have been following our blog, you know that most of the wedding posts I write follow a pretty predictable formula: 1. Start off talking about how awesome/beautiful the couple is. 2. Spend a few sentences writing about the venue, other vendors involved. 3. Wrap it up with my best wishes for the newlyweds. The rest is photos. I want you to be able to look at an album of photos from a wedding I've shot and know the story of two people who have fallen in love, know the details that brought them together, and know the people who love and support them.

As photographers we love shooting destination weddings. Until recently when we thought about destination weddings we thought about traveling to Mexico, California, Florida or Italy. Now more and more of our brides and grooms are coming from out of state to have their weddings right here in Nashville, TN. Here are a few of the reasons our couples are choosing Nashville for their destination wedding location and we think you should too!

I have no idea how we got so lucky to have so many beautiful couples this year. Mitchell and Jessica were definitely no exception to this. They got ready at the Smith-Trehern Mansion in Clarksville, TN. As soon as we pulled up I was so excited to shoot there. This historic home has been around since the 1850s and has large windows (every photographers dream) and beautiful hard wood floors, staircases and large chandeliers.