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Elopement Styled Shoot // Tennessee Wedding Photographer

I’m FINALLY sharing the fourth part in this series from a styled shoot I was able to be part of last September. This session was an elopement styled shoot, complete with a reception table, invitations, and so many gorgeous details! We had the most beautiful sunset during this part of the styled shoot, and the field we were able to use was the perfect setting, especially for this type of session.

On a side note, the morganite engagement ring used in the detail shots is mine! 😂

Here are some of my favorites from part four of #FallContentDay19. You can also check out the other three sessions below!

Modern Bride + Groom

In-Home Engagement Session

Bridal Session

Vendors:

Models: Chanler Burgess + Dallas Dunn

Dress: BHLDN

Florals: Melissa Timm Designs

Table Designs: Emily Gudtafson

Signage: Scruffy City Letters

Stationary/Invitations: Wallace Paper Company

Planning: Summer Simmons

Location: The Spangler House

Hair: Alex York

Makeup: Kristen Davenport

I’m a wedding and lifestyle photographer based in Knoxville, Tennessee but available anywhere. If you have questions about booking me for a session or wedding, click here! To follow me on social media, check out my Facebook and Instagram.

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Courtney + Eric // Immaculate Conception Catholic Church + The Standard Knoxville Wedding

Cathryn + David // Whitestone Country Inn Wedding

Emily + Kevin // Tennessee Summer Sunset Engagement Session

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