Have you ever been to a wedding and felt the bride and groom's love for one another by the way they looked at each other? That is exactly how I felt photographing Kyle + Rebecca's May wedding. Rain was forecasted, but not a drop fell. This would be my first time to capture a wedding at West End United Methodist Church. The rich historic building and enclosed garden are breathtaking, which made for a beautiful backdrop for capturing the day. The celebration continued at Marathon Village. Views from the building encompass much of the surrounding downtown Nashville's ongoing construction efforts. The amazing Bacon & Caviar catered the affair. They offer some of the best food I have ever had! The maid of honors and best man's speech left me in tears. (Thanks a bunch Andrew Dorff, j/k!) Guess that's what happens when a hit songwriter writes a speech.

Here are some of my favorites from the day…

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