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Travel Elopement Inspiration in Nashville by The Ganeys

Monday, April 24, 2017

This one is for the adventurous couple! The couple that loves a pop of color. The couple that loves to travel. And the couple that is romantic at heart. This elopement styled shoot in the woods cuated by travel wedding photographers The Ganey's is everything a spontaneous Nashville couple would want in a wedding! With all of Nashville's woodsy paths and hills, it's the perfect place if you're looking to get married somewhere quiet and intimate. And it makes for some gorgeous photos! The real couple Brad + Morgan are travelers themselves and have lived life together and apart across the pond and beyond! With travel themed details from some pretty incredible wedding professionals and Etsy sellers, the scene was filled with personality beneath a beautiful wooded setting. Check out all of the photos below and learn more about the inspiration from Emily of The Ganey's below! 

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Style Shoot Team:

Photography | The Ganeys

Florals | Elizabeth Earnest Floral Design

Wedding Dress | BHLDN

Hairpieces | Romantic Art Life

Hair Stylist + Makeup Artist | Nicole Pechonis

Paper Goods | Wayfaren Co

Furniture Rentals | Ever After Vintage Weddings

Linen Rentals | Silk & Willow

From the photographer Emily of The Ganeys: The love story between Brad and Morgan is straight out of a fairy tale. They first met about a decade ago in a youth choir at a local church. At that time in their lives, their age gap kept them apart, but it was clear there was interest in one another.

Several years later, after Brad had graduated from college, they went on a date and were inseparable. Over the course of their relationship, they endured a good amount of long distance. Brad spent time in England, pursuing his Master’s degree and Morgan decided to join him across the pond and study abroad for her senior year of college.

During this time, they explored numerous countries in eastern and western Europe – tasting new foods, exploring new cultures, even hanging out with camels. Their adventures didn’t stop there. They spent their three year anniversary climbing Mount Kilimanjaro. Their love of travel and exploration was the inspiration for this elopement shoot.

I envisioned a couple that decided to skip the big party and all of the extras, in exchange for adventure. A couple that values natural surroundings as opposed to confined rooms. A couple that knows that adventure is out there, and wants to share new experiences together.

I was fortunate enough to come across Abby & Luke’s shop on Etsy – Wayfaren Co. Their pieces were the perfect element to complete the rest of the story. Morgan and Brad read their vows from their travel journals – journals that would be filled with words from their honeymoon and journeys throughout the years. After the ceremony, they pinned their travel map – with their past destinations, and the locations they were dreaming of exploring together.

Morgan wore an ethereal Watters gown from BHLDN and carried a jaw-dropping bouquet created by Elizabeth Earnest Florals. She wore a delicate RomanticARTLife floral hair piece to complete the look of her hair and makeup done by Nicole Pechonis.

This shoot was a dream, and the love between these two is absolutely contagious. I know their life, and travel journals, will be filled to the brim with adventure and love.

 

Thanks so much for sharing this gorgeous shoot with us, Emily! You can check out more of The Ganey's work on their website here and also on their Instagram page here

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Hi - I'm Alyssa! Owner of Nashville Bride Guide. I'm here to help you plan your Nashville wedding by highlighting local wedding professionals, along with tips and finds that will help make your day the best ever! Don't be shy - email me at contact@nashvillebrideguide.com.

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