Twin Cedar Farm Wedding
This Twin Cedar Farm Wedding truly showcases the beauty of this horse farm wedding venue in Maryville TN. The morning we showed up at this wedding it was raining. Our hearts sunk to our feet knowing that rain on any brides wedding day adds stress to her. Thankfully as the day went on the sun came out and blue skies! White puffy clouds floated above the Smoky Mountains and the yellow buttercup flowers sparkled like little diamonds in the pastures.
Our team quickly gather our cameras to capture the bride and groom as they did their first look. We started in the buttercup field at the entrance of Twin Cedar Farm and ended in the upper fields above the pond.
The First Look
If you are wondering what a first look is, let me educate you just a little. A first look is when the bride and groom decide to see each other before the wedding and take photos. A first look has become widely popular for brides and grooms. The most common reason for a first look is for the couple to be able to spend alone time before their guest arrives. Some couples choose not to do the first look, but we suggest it. I could give you a million reasons to do the first look. I feel it actually helps improve the quality of your wedding day all around.
Jeremy and Angie thank you for including us in your wedding day! Thank you to the staff at Twin Cedar Farms for always making us feel at home while we are there shooting weddings. This wedding venue owners have become like family to us and we are so thankful they have! We can’t wait to shoot much more wonderful Twin Cedar Farm Weddings.
A Little Love
I was so excited to have our second wedding of the season back home here in East TN at Twin Cedar Farm. You see weddings at Twin Cedar Farms holds such a special place in my heart! This outdoor Tennessee wedding venue was one of the very first that believed in my wedding photography. Even when I was new and was learning they gave me a chance. Bryan and April the owners took the time to get to know me and years later I’m so happy that they are my close friends. If you are looking for a place to have a rustic country wedding then this horse farm in Maryville, TN just may be the right fit for you.
With that said I’d love to say a big congratulations to Angie and Jeremy! They have been a dream to work with and while their wedding was just a few days ago, I’m so happy that while they are laying on the beach at a Sandals Resort they will get to enjoy looking at their wedding photos and reliving their wedding day.
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