Something Old, Something New: Jenna and Mike’s Spring Wedding at Riverbend Farms – East Tennessee Wedding Photographer
You’ve heard the old rhyme for good luck at your wedding: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue…” Well, Jenna and Mike’s spring wedding was the perfect blend of old and new.
At Riverbend Farms, we enjoyed a new East Tennessee wedding venue, with a unique outdoor vibe. Most southern outdoor weddings include a barn, mason jars, or even hay bales as seating. But Riverbend Farms has an elegant, almost European feel that sets it apart from other more rustic outdoor venues in the area.
Though the venue was new, this wedding’s details were a lifetime in the making. Mike and Jenna welcomed guests not only from their current community but from previous seasons of life as well. Old school buddies and coworkers mingled freely with new church friends and family.
The sweetest wedding detail was the bride’s own aisle decor idea: Throughout her life, Jenna had preserved flowers from school dances, bouquets, garden clippings – every special moment, every past love was represented. She used the dried petals from those flowers to line the aisle as she walked toward her new husband, closing each old chapter of her life as she started this new one.
If you’re looking for someone to help you capture your something old and something new for your wedding, lets talk! I’d love to be your photographer. I’m already booking June 2020 weddings so click here to contact me about your wedding today!
Venue: Riverbend Farms
Photographer: Amber Lowe Photo
Second Photographer: Candice Cornett
Videographer: Zack Thomas
Catering & Bar Services: Rosa’s Catering
Flowers: Stems at Five Points
DJ/Entertainment: Ogle Entertainment and Light Design
Rentals: Anderson’s Party Rentals
Bride’s Gown: Anomalie
Groom’s Suit: Belk
Hair & Make-up: Southern Belle Makeup Artistry & Hair Design
Weekend Cabins: Mountain View Cabin Rentals