As Molly walked down the aisle towards Mic they were both overcome with emotions bigger than simple smiles could contain–smiles that quickly turned into heartfelt out-loud laughs as tears began to well up in their eyes.
And in that moment I think everyone in attendance was witness to what weddings are truly all about.
Their journey began as a friendship between two people that shared a wonderful sense of humor and easy-going outlook on things, and it culminated in a sincere celebration of love and marriage between two kindred souls.
Not only was there so much joy between these two but there was such an outpouring of love and support from their family and friends all day long. It’s easy to see why being a part of this celebration was such an incredible experience for everyone involved.
I’m so happy to be sharing their beautiful May wedding at East Nashville’s Historic Riverwood Mansion. It’s been such an immense honor to work with Molly and Mic for so many reasons. My heart is so full for these two and it’s my hope that these images below represent both what I felt and witnessed while documenting their wedding day.
Film images captured on Fuji 400N and Kodak Portra 160 color + Fuji Acros 100, Kodak Tri-X and BW400cn B&W film
Bridal Gown: 1820 by James Clifford in Spun Gold & Ivory | Groom’s Attire: J. Crew Ludlow | Venue: Riverwood Mansion | Florals: Branching Out | Catering: A Catered Affair | Cake: The Bake Shoppe | Cinematography: With This Ring Wedding Films