Camryn’s Place at Cane Creek Wedding Photographer
I’ve very happy to share this lovely Fall wedding with you all! We traveled from Indiana down through the back winding roads of Tennesse to get to Camryn’s Place at Cane Creek. It’s a white barn nestled in between a creek and a rolling pasture. As we pulled in, the barn was bustling with friends and family helping to decorate and get everything ready. The decor was a woodland theme so there was moss, greenery, terrariums, and flowers everywhere.
I pulled out Rebekah’s dress from the bag and let out a little gasp. It was light pink and so pretty! Rebekah and Michael are very into history and the dress definitely had a vintage vibe to it. I feel like all the details I shot had some story behind them and some were four or five generations old! And like I said, there are a bunch of history enthusiasts around so a Ford Model A car was the perfect get-away vehicle.
It was so fun to see so many families and guests that we knew. I think there were four of our former couples there as well! Michael and Rebekah incorporated singing into the ceremony and reception. And it was so pretty and moving to hear the barn filled with harmonized worship to God. I also really enjoyed listening to the vows they had written to each other. Their promises to each other were well thought out and meaningful.
“…some were four or five generations old!”
Michael and Rebekah, you two are wonderful people who love God, others, and each other well. We’re excited to see how you grow and thrive in this new life together!
Florist : Beaverdam Creek Flowers
Venue : Camryn’s Place at Cane Creek
Cake : Sweets for Peeps
Bridesmaid’s Dresses : Azazie
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