Wedding Photography: Kacy & Bethany

Kacy & Bethany tied the knot on a warm September day at beautiful Milky Way Farms in Pulaski, Tennessee. For a couple who loves horses, the Show Barn was the perfect venue for their I do’s. The event was full of country charm, beautiful details, and lots of love from family and friends.

The bridesmaids got ready in the grand manor house of Milky Way Farms. We loved that the bridesmaids all wore neutral dresses in different styles…and of course their cowboy boots (how pretty are the bride’s “something blue”?!?)! The groom arrived in a fun pick-up truck, also known as “Big Red”, and we did an adorable “first look” on the steps of the manor house. Then the bride and groom got to spend a few minutes alone before the rest of the festivities began.

Bethany’s art background came in handy as she had designed and created all of the wedding decor – from hand-painted signs and burlap bows to gold-dipped mason jars and painted pumpkins. She even made all of the bouquets! All of her hard work paid off and the details came together beautifully! Family and friends brought crock pots of delicious food to share for the reception, and signed a custom handmade wood pallet “guest book” for the bride & groom. It was such a lovely and laid-back celebration, full of so much love.

 

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We LOVE photographing weddings & engagements here in the Nashville area and beyond! We would be thrilled to capture your love story.

Click HERE for more information about weddings & engagements, or Contact Mary Clark if you’d like for us to save-the-date!

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wedding photography by psalm27creative – all images © Mary Clark Guillory & Garrett Guillory 2014

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  • Troy Hunter

    Congratulations! Very beautiful wedding and pictures! Many years of happiness and blessings to you!ReplyCancel

  • Heather Dolzen

    Hi there! I was looking at your wedding packages and had a question…if the package does not come with a USB drive, and you don’t order photos within a month (or can’t order all of them)…they are just gone?

    Thanks!
    HeatherReplyCancel

    • psalm27creative@gmail.com

      Hi Heather!

      No, the photos are definitely not gone! We archive photos for years after each event, and while we do ask clients to try to place orders before their gallery expires, we always try to accommodate any requests to extend that date. Even if the gallery is closed, you can always order photos anytime in the first year after the wedding. We do in-person ordering sessions on request as well. We are always willing to work with our clients to find ways to preserve their memories…we believe that is SO important! Feel free to email me with any other questions!

      Blessings,
      Mary ClarkReplyCancel

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