Cathedral of the Incarnation + The Parthenon
Nashville Wedding Photographer

Every once in a while I have a Saturday off, and what do I do? Second shoot for other photographers of course because I love wedding photography that much! Megan and Robert's Nashville wedding was super fun, laid back, and beautiful. John Yates of Celladora Photography gave me only two key jobs for the entire day: get the balcony shot during the ceremony at the Cathedral of the Incarnation (check!) and the empty room of the reception at the Parthenon before the guest arrived (check!). Anything else was just play and have a blast, and I did just that! Here are a few of my captures throughout the day to enjoy. Then let's talk for a second about how freaking breathtaking these two Nashville wedding venues are!

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Fun fact: these bronze doors that the couple made their grand entrance through each weigh 7.5 tons and are 6.5 feet wide, 24 feet high and 1 foot thick. They are thought to be the largest matching set of bronze doors in the world. Ain't nobody breaking through these.


Now look at that crescent moon! I have a not-so-slight obsession with the moon.

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