Elise and Will's Manor Wedding
Collins and Collins Photography/Middle TN Wedding Photographers of Columbia, TN at the Homestead Manor in Thompson's Station had the great privilege of capturing images and preserving memories for Elise and Will's wedding. Elise and Will were married on September the 18th surrounded by their closest family and friends. The ceremony took place in front of the 1819 Manor house in the boxwood gardens on the 50-acre property of Homestead Manor.
The bride wore a beautiful raw silk, Felicity style, strapless, A-line gown with a beautiful train from Fabulous Frocks designed by Astrid and Mercedes. Something near and dear to her heart, she also wore her late grandmother's vintage wedding veil and necklace as her something "borrowed".
Her florals, which were very fragrant consisted of White Dahlia's Campanula's, Garden Roses, Wax Flower, White Stock and White Veronica. Her florals were designed by The Bloom House, and I am told by a source there that the White Stock flowers were the fragrant flowers in her bouquet.
The groom, Will did not disappoint in his custom-made wedding suit, from Richards Bespoke, which was a light gray pinstriped, two-piece suit with a floral necktie. On the cuff of his dress shirt his initials were embroidered in pale gray stitching.
Both the bride and grooms wedding rings and the bride's earrings, which were a gift from Will, were designed by E Griffin Designs. The engagement ring is an antique cushion cut in 14k yellow gold and the wedding band consists of 5 cushion cut diamonds.
The bride walked down the aisle to Fur Elise and is the same song that her mother walked down the aisle too.
The couple left the following day on a romantic honeymoon to Paris.