Posts Tagged ‘Matt Andrews Photography’

Editor’s Weekly Wrap-up: 5 Totally Unique Seating Chart Ideas, Creative Wedding Transportation, 11 Ways To Show Off City and State Pride, Memorable Dance Floor Moments, Creative Ways to Use String Lights at Your Wedding
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Weekly Wrap-Up

It’s that time of the week again! Check out our round-up of stories that were featured on ProjectWedding this week. Don’t forget to share your favorite ideas!

5 Totally Unique Seating Chart Ideas– Instead of listing names and tables on a piece of paper, add some personality to it!

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Photo by The Melideos

Creative Wedding Transportation– You don’t have to stick to a limo! Consider one of these creative alternatives.


Photo by Maxwell Monty

 11 Ways to Show Off State and City Pride– Rep your hometown or the city where you two met with these cool ideas.


Photo by Abby Jiu Photography and Emilia Jane Photography

 Memorable Dance Floor Moments– Get in the dancing mood by looking at some of these awesome reception moments!

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Photo by Matt Andrews Photography

Creative Ways to Use String Lights At Your Wedding– They’re not confined to the ceiling! Spelling words or wrapping them around trees are just a few creative ideas.


Photo by Paula O’Hara Photography

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Kristi + Dillon: A Blush Tennessee Fall Farm Wedding By Matt Andrews Photography
Posted by Sarah Title. Filed under Real Weddings

Photos: Matt Andrews PhotographyVenue: Mint Springs FarmDress Designer: Winnie CoutureHair and Makeup Artist: Leslie Ellis; Floral Designer: Angela Wilkes of Mint Springs FarmEarrings: Sorrelli JewelryBracelet: Hancock JewelersGroom’s Attire: ExpressBridesmaid Dresses: Bill Levkoff from Wedding Shoppe, Inc.; Officiant: Rev. William Taylor 

Kristi and Dillon were married at Mint Springs Farm in Nolensville, Tenn. on September 27. “I knew I wanted a wedding like the one in the movie ‘A Walk to Remember,'” Kristi said. “So, my goal was to find a place that was pretty and peaceful with open air, yet covered.” And that she did! The ceremony was held at sunset inside the chapel, lit by crystal chandeliers. It’s hard to believe that they “”were classmates and friends from kindergarten through 12th grade,” she said. “We both left high school with sports scholarships. Dillon went to Middle Tennessee State University to play basketball, and I headed north to the University of Louisville to play softball.” The reception followed inside the barn with farm tables, lace table runners, and tall floral centerpieces. The biggest surprise of the night? Dillon performing a choreographed dance to Justin Bieber’s “Baby” with all of his groomsmen. See the full board here.

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