Photos by Divine Images
Our April 21 bride is a sweet, savvy southern girl. Gabrielle wears Oscar de la Renta and exquisite jewels with cowboy boots. Her refined wedding styling is perfect served up with a bit of BBQ. Classical ceremony music leads up to the bride’s processional to Calliope House / The Cowboy Jig. She’s a sophisticated bride who surprises her wedding reception guests with a choreographed performance to Michael Jackson’s “Beat it.” She’s both elegant and spirited; a Cedarwood bride and we love her!
Divine Images captured the most amazing shots of this beautiful couple and their southern countryside spring wedding. The (above) photo is one of the most intriguing ever taken inside the Cedarwood barn! Enjoy spring love part 2, and check out the talented vendor list at the end of this post!
If you missed the gorgeous G+B wedding photos in part 1, CLICK HERE to catch up. Thanks to Divine Images for sharing your work! We are huge fans! And kudos to the wedding partners and pros who contributed to this fantastic fete!
Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team
Venue, floral and decor, styling/planning: Historic Cedarwood and the Cedarwood Design Team
Photography: Divine Images
Dress: Oscar de la Renta from b.Hughes Bridal
Footwear: Shoes(Bourne)/Boots (Frye) from Monkee’s of Nashville
Hair: Chris Mitchell, Haute Salon and Spa
Make-up: Meredith Jarrell, Private Edition
Rings: Village Jewelers (Note: the Opal ring Gabrielle wore on her right hand was her something old, borrowed and blue from a dear friend who attended the wedding and wore it on her wedding day 25+ years ago)
Catering: Chef Christopher
Wedding Cake: Patty Cakes
Ceremony music: Rebecca Baumbach, Nashville Wedding Violinist
Reception music: Russell Wolff
Invitations: You’re Invited
Guest Book: Anderson Design Group “Spirit of Nashville”
Transfers: Fadds Wedding Trolley
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