Today's super sweet wedding of Jacqueline and Michael was photographed by Amy Campbell of Angela Anderson Photography and was planned in just 4 1/2 months as the bride and groom were moving to Nevada for Michael's work. Since Jacqueline was finishing up with law school in NC, she didn't see the venue in person until two days before the wedding. But, as you will see, Jacqueline didn't have anything to worry about as the venue, Cellar One, was gorgeous with the courtyard for the ceremony and the exposed brick for the reception. Everything for the wedding was planned over the phone and via email for the photos that her planner would send. As you will see when looking at the photos, there were many personal touches incorporated into the wedding that made it super special not only for the bride and groom, but for their guests too. Including, their monogrammed ring boxes that the bride's brother-in-law carved for her nephews to carry as ring bearers.
Since Michael is a minister, they choose to serve communion themselves to their guests.
After they were married, Jacqueline wanted to go to Vanderbilt University for their couple photos since they met there. The building below is actually the building they met in. Don't you just love the architecture?
At the end of the night, Jacqueline and Michael stepped out for a few amazing photos, such great lighting.
And, the couple left their reception in Michael's family antique Mustang.
Thank you so much Rachel for sharing this beautiful wedding with my readers today. To see more from Angela Anderson Photography, please visit her web site and blog. And, to see more from photographer Amy Campbell and the wedding of Jacqueline and Michael, please click here and here.
Venue: Cellar One and Riverview Courtyard
Wedding planning and coordination: Julia Page at Randi Events
Flowers: Bonnie Colleen at Belles Fleurs Designs
Music: Nashville Chamber Players
Dress: David's Bridal
Blue shoes: Badgley Mischka
Bridesmaid Dresses: J. Crew
Hair piece: sweetpea & fawn
Makeup and Hair: Mary Elizabeth Long