Rachel & Todd Wedding

Saturday October 16, 2010

As featured on Elizabeth Anne Designs

Rachel and Todd were married on Saturday in a beautiful ceremony at the farm.

In addition to this being one of the first few weddings in the newly completed pavillion(we are so excited about that) Brian went above and beyond by creating a bar made from old barnwood and farm house tables to match especially for Rachel & Todd’s day.

As promised, here are some of the images that Kristen Hogan shot. Enjoy!

Snapshots of the wedding.

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To read more about Rachel and Todd’s love story you can click here


Officiant         Rev. Mark Price          545-9729                     mark@christum.net

Caterer                Celeste Morris        Mrs. J’s Catering         642-6217                     singnbake@aol.com

Photographer   Kristyn Hogan                        962-3449                     hello@kristynhogan.com

Ceremony Music       Keegan McClellan      931-797-9283              keeganmcclellan@gmail.com

Reception Music        Nashville Party Authority            391-2322                     npa@comcast.net

Florist          Beth Krehbiel at    Beth’s Bouquets         491-4577                     beth@bethsbouquets.com

Cakes          Sue at     B. Jackson’s                631-1904                     bjacksonsbakery@bellsouth.net

How do a boy from Seattle and a girl from Nashville end up together?

They meet while attending college in North Carolina.  We first started to get to know one another at a summer baseball game in Nashville against Lipscomb University where Todd was catching for Campbell University.

Our relationship developed quickly and we are still together five years later despite a challenging long distance relationship. While he is interested in the financial field and works for a bank, I’m focused on a career as a pharmacist in acute inpatient care.

Our career pursuits may be different, but we enjoy many things together including sports, the outdoors, cooking and classic movies.

Todd surprised me on a casual walk with my chocolate lab Ruger outside of my home in Nashville on New Year’s Day of 2010; a simple proposal that can be remembered in our every-day activities together.

Front Porch Farms was a choice we both felt right about as it has all the things we desired in a wedding venue to create a unique experience.  Its location on a hill provides a casual outdoor atmosphere to enjoy the company of family and friends where we can enjoy the colorful fall leaves surrounding us in the valley.  The location provides the freedom to be creative and have a unique wedding for all of us to remember for a lifetime.

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