A beautiful historic log home wedding with a barn reception on a wonderful fall night? Yes please! Annie and Dylan traveled to Tennessee to host their fall wedding which included unique purple florals for their garden inspired wedding. The talented Emily Green of Emily Green Creative shared with us images that she captured throughout the day which includes all the fun the wedding party had together, the first looks, first dances, fun wedding cakes, and a sparkler send-off! Check out more photos from their wedding below!
Annie + Dylan
From Photographer, Emily Green: Dylan and Annie got married this past October on a gorgeous Tennessee fall Friday. We couldn’t have asked for better weather or fall scenery! They were the most easy going couple and exuded joy and love not only for each other, but for every single wedding attendee. These people LOVE their people. They exchanged vows in front of the Iriswoods house before moving to the back covered patio for their reception. From the toasts to the dances, the cake cutting to the incredible farewell group singing of Bohemian Rhapsody, it was a wedding that will be remembered for its display of their selfless care for others.
Tell us about the couple!
From Photographer, Emily Green: Dylan and Annie are two of the kindest, most welcoming people and it was so evident on their wedding day. Every guest was cherished for being there to celebrate them as they spent ample time making rounds during the reception, sitting down with friends and family at their table to talk and laugh despite the party going on on the dance floor. They wanted their day to be about their people as much as their covenant. Dylan and Annie traveled from their current home in California to have their celebration in Tennessee with their loved ones.
What was the couple’s vision?
From Photographer, Emily Green: Dylan and Annie wanted to have a garden party feel for their wedding with whimsical purple flowers and greenery. Iriswoods provided a perfect covered porch area to bring this woodsy yet light hearted vision to life.
What was their theme and what inspired it?
From Photographer, Emily Green: Romantic Garden Party
What details were used to create their theme?
From Photographer, Emily Green: Lavender wisteria and greenery Wood accents
Can you share any special moments or highlights of their wedding day?
From Photographer, Emily Green: Their first touch around a big tree in the front lawn Dylan’s reaction to seeing his bride walk down the aisle Annie and her father crying at their first look Their interactions with their family and friends all day being so genuine and calm Dylan’s Star Wars groom cake We had literally ZERO hiccups in the timeline or flow of the day! The weather was as perfect as it could get for a TN fall wedding The final dance at the reception involved the entire wedding singing Bohemian Rhapsody as they stood in the middle, ending in a giant mosh pit around them for the finale.
Did they have any special requests or unique challenges that you had to work together to overcome?
From Photographer, Emily Green: None! It was so smooth and they were so laid back.