Photos by Kristyn Hogan
Because Jimmy and Lindsay chose Nashville to start their home together, and since Jimmy is on the road so much (as founding member and guitarist for TRAIN), creating a ‘sense of place’ was important. Cedarwood is grounded in southern history and this land has been a homestead since 1835. Lindsay and Jimmy had planned to get married outside in the early spring meadow with our rustic red barn in the background, so when rain and cold temperatures forced a change of plans, our design team brought nature inside. We moved 40 tree stumps of varying heights into the front parlor of the historic house to create an aisle lined with flowers, foliage and spring flowering branches. A sea of candles brought a romantic glow and warmth to the cool day. Lindsay and Jimmy say their ceremony was beautiful and a moment they will never forget. Using three words to sum it up, Lindsay responds, “elegant, intimate, and happy.”
As a bonus, the sky cleared for just enough time so photographer Kristyn Hogan could get some fantastic outdoor photos, including our rustic red barn after all. Lindsay says, “We loved everything about Cedarwood! We love the history of Nashville and the south and we wanted to capture that essence on our wedding day. Cedarwood’s beautiful property, historic setting and vintage style is very much ‘us’ and was perfect for our somewhat casual, intimate wedding.”
Our warm wishes and special thanks to Jimmy and Lindsay for trusting us to create this special celebration for you. And thanks to Kristyn Hogan for the amazing photos, along with some of our favorite vendors: Designs in Paper, Patty Cakes, Rob Higginbotham, P.A. Michaels, Anthony Montgomery and the always creative Cedarwood design and event team.
We are exited that Lindsay and Jimmy’s wedding was published. Click here to see the feature on Style Me Pretty! Also featured on E! Online.
Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team