Real Weddings

Real Wedding – Angela & Troy, Nashville, TN

August 12, 2010

The sneak peek that you have been waiting for….the one that I hinted to.

Showing off those hints of Red just made this wedding truly classic and gave it a unique flavor of modern with a vintage appeal.  Angela and Troy were married in a simple ceremony with added bits of twist that showed off their true personality.  The flowers were those of Red roses hinted with bits of pink and magenta.   The reception continued their vintage, yet modern affair – from cupcakes to an actual turntable to the bits of sparkle throughout the decor.  But all in all, you can not forget about the gorgeous bride.  Her slimming silhouette dress that accented her very 1940’s inspired hairdo to those unforgettable ruby red lips. One thing at WedCandy that we always seem to go back to is the shoes.  The one surprise that Angela had was her purple shoes. Those amazing purple shoes that complimented her flowers oh’ so beautifully.  Now Troy, stunning troy…. in his suspenders and his groomsmen by his side.  Classic yet so very Modern.  This man has taste.

Angela and Troy – I hope you live happily ever after and inspire Brides everywhere with the unforgettable taste from your wedding day.

Wedding Day Details:

Photography: Sarah B. Gilliam

Ceremony: McKendree United Methodist Church

Planner: Louisa Kennerly

Baker: Dulce Desserts

Caterer: Hotel Preston

Florist: Belles Fleurs

Dress: Designs by SaraMarie


Makeup: Dee Byrd

Assisting/shooting: Sara E. Rose

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1 Comment

  • Reply Janice Sikes August 20, 2010 at 1:00 pm

    As Troy’s Mom I felt the reverence of this holy union. The photographs posted here catch the excitment of Troy and Angela–the individuals and the couple. We elders stayed in the background and savored the beauty of the marriage service and the reception. The family shots will be framed and placed in our living rooms when we get them. So glad I begged for the bubbles; the couples exit was fun. You ladies are great photographers!

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