We were so excited to photograph Brian & Marie’s wedding last month, not only because we love them, but because it was finally the kick-off to our 2009 wedding season! Brian is a fellow member of The Nobility, which you may recognize from this wedding. It’s always fun photographing a wedding with people we have photographed before. The wedding was held in East Nashville. We love weddings in this part of town…the churches are historic and beautiful. If you are a bride and wanting Scarritt-Bennett but either can’t afford it or your date is already booked, seriously look in this part of town.
After the ceremony, we all headed to the Rymer Gallery for the reception. This is also an insanely cool spot for a reception that I had never even heard of. It was a playground for photographers…. all the crazy artwork served as really cool backdrops for shots, and the place is all white, which is perfect for photography. Anyways, take a look at some of our favorites below and click here to register to view the entire event 🙂
Purple is going to be big this year! It is so great to have a little color to work with. (Brian’s socks were a wedding surprise for Marie.)
After we shot the bridal party shots James Bond Brian was able to jump in the mustang, save the world from destruction, capture an evil madman, and still make it back in time for his wedding.
Brian watching his wife walk down the aisle to him.
Here is a shot of Marie’s cool purple flats, and a shot of her using them to walk down the aisle!
Brian doing the “Happy Wedding Day” Dance! I believe we were discussing ABBA when he decided to break it down.
You might recognize this hot couple! We shot Stephen & Amanda’s wedding a few months ago. This photo cracks us up. Stephen is halfway between a gangsta “what-up” and some sort of religious pose. Which one? You decide.
I am not positive but I am pretty sure that the man in the middle of these two ladies is getting a “double gooseing” right now (hence the faces!)
This $36,000 painting made a very nice background. If anyone remembers the artist’s name please leave it in the comments below so I can link to him/her.
This was so awesome! Brian & Marie sneaked upstairs to check out the art and spontaneously broke out in dance, their first dance in fact. I am glad Mindy was able to grab this image, it might be my favorite from the night (can’t sneak one by her!)
We wrapped up the night with cool shot of The Nobility (Brian plays drums) and a drive away in the red mustang.
Thanks again to Brian & Marie, we truly were honored to be a part of your wedding day. We hope you enjoy the photos as much as we enjoyed making them!