Whimsical Wedding – The White House Farm

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Whimsical Wedding – The White House Farm

Photographer: Jasmine White Photography

I have been dreaming of this shoot for almost two years now and it has finally happened, and I am am so in love with it and excited to share it publicly. However, first I must talk about all the people that made this possible – because without them, this would’ve never happened!

Back in June I shot a wedding at The DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee and my friend, Travis Collis was the coordinator. I had worked with him before on another wedding, and he is so incredibly fabulous at what he does. He made our experience shooting at The DreamMore so positive that I called him up a week or so later and asked him if he’d be interested in coordinating my dream styled shoot, and he was all in.

Fast forward a little – we set a date, I explained my vision to Travis, and let him run with it! Between the two of us we were able to secure the most amazing vendor lineup for this shoot – which included TWO florists, that really helped to put this styled wedding over the top.

It is my dream to one day turn our farm (The White House Farm) into a wedding venue, so the location was a no brainer, and seeing a wedding setup on the farm was such a gift and glimmer of what’s to come in our future (I hope).

Photographer: Jasmine White Photography Model: Bethany Justus Model: Domonique Sherell Mabe Model: Ashton White Model: Ashley Bowyer Personal Stylist: The Polished Pinkie Nail Salon Bakery: Tonya Sutphin Floral Designer: Flower Paradise Florist Hair Stylist: Klassy Kuts Hair Stylist: Carlie Semonco Heirlooms and extras: Vintage Moss Paper Props: Invitations by Laura Makeup Artist: Beauty by Kearston Dress Store: Bridal Central Groomsman Attire: Bridal Central Event Planner: Travis Collis Floral Designer: Roller Floral by Ray and Lillies Flowers Officiant: Todd A Gray, Wedding Officiant Event Venue: The White House Farm
Photos Courtesy:
Jasmine White Photography