Warm colors, homemade cobbler and fresh brewed coffee. This shoot, dreamed up by photographer Dolly DeLong, has us feeling all those holiday feels!
“All of this inspiration came to me in the middle of the summer when I first experienced cobbler from The Tennessee Cobbler Company‘s food truck. I met the owners and immediately wanted to do a styled shoot centered around their homemade cobbler. Hey, visions and goals start somewhere, and for me, it usually begins with really good and comforting food! I could go on and on about how much I loved setting this styled session up, but I will share all the vendors involved, and share some of my favorite photos from this styled shoot. My hope is that this can help inspire many brides who are wanting a wedding centered around comfort, warmth, and colorful tones.”
Planner Brittney Events Co. helped make Dolly’s vision come to life at Hidden Creek Farm in Nashville Tennessee. Let’s first talk about The Artisan Abode who hand calligraphed a stunning invitation suite, the cutest escort card tags, and trendy chalkboard signs for the tasty treats. If you’re looking for a vendor in Nashville to make your sign dreams come true, this has got to be the place! Of The Fields Floral Design stole the show with an incredible bouquet of red, coral and white florals, overflowing with greenery.
Bride Elyse wore a timeless ivory gown from Arzelle’s Bridal and chose dainty crystal accessories to finish off her wedding day look. She rocked bold lashes and a soft pink lip courtesy of the very talented Kathryn Coursey. We’re sure she was very excited to find that she got to enjoy a delicious slice of The Tennessee Cobbler Company‘s cobbler and custom his and hers brews by Free Pour Coffee Company. This whole day makes us want to cozy up by the fire with a blanket and drink hot coco! XOXO