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Sydney & Xavier, where to start? First of all, one of my favorite couples we've gotten to work with. They picked a stellar team of vendors from planning to DJ and bar. When I met Sydney & Xavier finally face to face for their tasting, I KNEW this was going to be a good wedding!

This couple literally has an aura radiating around them so beautiful. They are kind, patient, funny and so obviously in love if would probably make you sick if it wasn't so damn cute. They laugh at each other and know each other inside out. They are comfortable individually and as a couple, which is so refreshing. When we did their tasting, we went over time by like 90 minutes because I just loved talking to them.

While the weather didn't cooperate and last minute the wedding was moved indoors, the sun (like it always does in TN), came out in impeccable timing to open the garage doors at The Pavilion at Howe Farms and let in the light and love this couple so truly deserved on their special day. As the night moved on, the party got started, shirts got lost and well, you'll see below, there was no shortage of fun and dancing to be had.

Sydney & Xavier, thank you for allowing us to be part of your special moments, sharing your love and pushing the sunshine outside on a cloudy day, it's truly been an honor.



Venue: Howe Farms, The Pavillion

Planning: Events by Eva

Mobile Bar & Cocktails: Tipsy Tin®

Photographer: Alexis Dimmer Photography

Makeup: Jessica Eubanks MUA

Florals: Blooms and Blossom

DJ: TheMillionDollaMan

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One of my favorite things to read in an email from potential couples is when they want to combine my ministry and officiating duties with Tipsy. It never gets old the look on guests faces when they realize the gal who just married the couple, is now slinging the beer.

Rhianna originally had the idea to just elope, her and her main man, in a super simple ceremony. Happily, though, their families really wanted to participate, despite being hundreds of miles away. With about 20-ish of their closest, the couple exchanged vows in front of The Gray Dove's signature fireplace with a mini reception with Tipsy serving a couple amazing drinks. The micro wedding was followed by dinner downtown and more family photos to be remembered for years to come.

This couple got one of the first few cool day's temperature wise, giving us a glimpse into the fall season and she knocked it out of the park with decor, her gown and their love. Congratulations to the new couple and we wish a world of happiness!

Photography: Celestial Photography

Venue: The Gray Dove

Coordination: Perfectly Planned by Amy

Officiant / Cocktails / Mobile Bar: Tipsy Tin

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Morgan & Daniel have got to be one of my favorite couples we've had the honor of being part of their wedding day. Morgan was the easiest bride, always communicated well and just overall had such excitement for this event that she really saw the beauty in the day, not the details. We love a couple who understands the overall goal for the day is their marriage, not the day itself.

Daniel adores Morgan. That's just evident in every picture that Lili took. Not only did they have one of the most beautiful bridal parties, but the groomsmen weren't too shabby either ha-ha. Morgan's gown is probably my favorite gown any of our brides have worn either (and we're at like 200 weddings), the movement, the fit, the color, everything was just perfect for her, and she just radiated beauty.

The glow walking down the aisle was real for the whole squad on this one. Here's a little secret, we ALWAYS watch the ceremonies. It's one of our little treasures for the day. Plus, we're able to prep and be ready to go when the crowd flows to the bar post-ceremony.

Music, drinks and sparklers ended a beautiful evening. We wish Morgan & Daniel a lifetime of happiness and again, thank you for allowing us to be a small but important part of your special day.

Photography: Lili B Photography

Venue: Howe Farms, The Pavillion

Mobile Bar & Cocktails: Tipsy Tin

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