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Jen + James // A Modern Music City Wedding

I love Jen and James. Seriously. When we first connected over email (thanks to a referral from my friends at Armosa Studios!), I knew we were going to get along swimmingly. We have really similar taste in music and design, and Jen is short like me and James is tall like my own husband which is always fun. :) And when I read that their wedding would be at this new venue called the Rosewall in Nashville, a city near and dear to my heart, where I was born and spent a lot of my time growing up… let’s just say it didn’t take long for me to know I pretty much HAD to shoot this one.

My bestie Kelly and I drove into town that gorgeous April morning, and immediately upon arriving at the recording studio where Jen’s dad works (how cool is that?), we were welcomed in like we had always known each other. Jen and James’s wedding party was one of the most fun I’ve ever gotten to spend a day with. It was mostly made up of couples who are all close friends with each other, and I love that I still see photos on their Instagram feeds all the time of the entire group hanging out (because yes, I *am* a stalker). It was like being in an episode of Friends. So much fun! And the rest of the wedding was so gorgeous. Loved all the shades of blush pink and coral and mint against the modern, industrial vibe of the Rosewall. Good memories!

Enjoy some highlights below!

Jen’s gift to James was this engraved Salemtown board. Here was a bride who knew her groom well. :)

THESE TWO ARE SO DANG CUTE.

Below is James with his grandmother. YEP!

Congratulations you two! And happy almost one year anniversary! :)

Venue: The Rosewall // Catering: M Street // Florist: Terri Wood // Dress: Pronovias // Hair: Meghan Denton // Makeup: Monica Delgado // Music: DJ Mindub // Rentals: Music City Tents and Events // Invitations: Moxie Print Market (designed by the groom!) // Cake: Cindi Owen

 

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Stacia - I love the photo of them cutting the cake! Too much fun! Great job, as always, Morgan!

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