This was a great one, a rock n roll Nashville wedding, set up to showcase talent. This wasn’t a real wedding, it was put together by several local Nashville wedding vendors to network and get our names out there more with the clientele that we are trying to market to. The wedding trends lately are vintage, country & rustic. This shoot was set up to break that mold and really showcase that there are other options available.
The venue was a great place, it was shot at Anthem, which is typically a regular music club, but converts awesomely into a wedding venue. It’s the perfect place to have a wedding that isn’t for the traditional couple. I think this shoot proves that just because you may think differently or have different ideas, that you can still get married and have a beautiful ceremony that doesn’t include a barn or a poorly light hall.
I really can’t say enough about the other vendors involved. Everyone played their part and executed this event insanely well. It was all put together by Lauren Stout, a wedding planner at the Bitchin’ Bride. And if that isn’t a rock n roll name for a wedding vendor, nothing is. Our bride was Bonnie Valentine, the venue was Anthem, flowers were by Artisan Flowers, the cake was done by Happy Cakes and lighting was set up by Nashville Event Lighting.