I knew Brooke and Josh’s wedding was going to be epic: a beautiful couple, a rustic outdoor venue combined with thoughtful, creative, Pinterest-inspired details. Oh, and Leah Teague as floral designer. It’s a dream to be the photographer at weddings like this! Do me a favor? Scroll slowly through these pictures so you don’t miss a single detail :)
The ceremony was at Main Street Baptist Church in Lake City.
I love how brides still look like Daddy’s little girl as they show off their dress for the first time.
The baby’s breath poms? Brilliant.
White paper doilies for the candy bar containers.
Maybe the prettiest favors I’ve ever seen.
Centerpieces by Flourish Floral Design Studio. The barn wood boxes were the perfect rustic, vintage touch.
See the jar? Get it? Josh’s last name is Kerr! I about died from the cuteness!
The mantle at Norris State Park Tea Room was decorated with moss, hydrangeas and paper wrapped candleholders.
I love when brides find alternative dresses for the bridesmaids. Practical and lovely.
I love me a good laughing shot :)
Pale pink peonies – my favorite flower ever.
Brooke, I could take pictures of you all day long!
Mom seeing her baby boy.
This union joined two football families. Josh’s dad was longtime coach at Anderson County, and Josh is now head coach. One of Brooke’s brothers on the right is head coach at Campbell County. Can you say rivalry?
Groomsmen pictures are one of my favorite parts of the day. They’re always good for some laughs.
I think they said this was the linebacker pose? A nod to the football families.
The first look! So thankful when couples want to break tradition for this special moment.
Then we have lots of time for pictures like this.
I’ve named this pose the Brooke and Josh pose. Because they rocked it at their engagement session, and they rocked it on their wedding day.
Thanks to second shooter, Kindahl, for the awesome capture on the left.
…and they lived happily ever after! Such a fun idea to have signs for the wedding party to hold.
The barn wood love birds sign about did me in.
Seriously. I was in heaven with all of these details!
I love designing these guest books of the engagement pictures.
Brooke’s friends went in together to surprise her with this canvas of her favorite picture from their engagement session.
The group singing at the wedding had everybody talking. Check out The Birdsongs website. They are so talented.
The banner girls seemed to enjoy the spotlight.
Can you see the watery eyes? Sorry, Josh :) Had to point that out.
Would you believe I didn’t taste anything on this dessert table! Regretting it now.
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Opting out of the traditional cake in the face moment, they did a glass bottle coca cola toast instead.