Meg and Nate met in graduate school at the University of Tennessee. Near the end of a spring semester, some mutual friends of theirs threw a Cinco de Mayo party. They met over guac and quest (the perfect way to meet someone, really), and they connected right away. Nate asked Meg on a date the very next day. After a long hike in Knoxville, they knew this relationship was a good one - and they’ve been together ever since.
On Christmas Eve, Meg and Nate went on a morning hike at Radnor Lake in Nashville with his family. It’s one of their family’s favorite traditions, and she was excited to join in, but she never could’ve guessed what was about to happen! As they walked by the beautiful lake, Nate pulled out a ring and dropped to one knee - and Meg said yes to the best Christmas present ever.
The happy couple chose Mint Springs Farm for their special day, knowing that it would give them that timeless, classic feel while still bringing in casual outdoor elements that they both love. They knew they wanted to get married outside, surrounded by lush greenery. They loved every moment of their wedding day, and they were overwhelmed with joy and gratitude at the crowd who was there just to honor them and celebrate their marriage. But looking back, their favorite moments were actually those away from the crowd. Sneaking away between the ceremony and reception to take photos and just be with one another for a few minutes is something they’ll never forget.
Meg and Nate wanted a video that would capture the casual and classic vibe of their wedding day, and we’re so glad they chose us to do it. We love how their wedding video turned out, and we wish them all the best in their new life together!
Venue: Mint Springs Farm
Planner: Sarah Whisenant
Photographer: Atalie Ann Photography
Hair & Makeup: One
Florals: Mint Springs Farm
Catering: G Catering
Cake: Ivey Cakes
Band/DJ: Snyder Entertainment (Brad Ford)
Ceremony Musician: Steven Clawson
Dress: Suite Bridal
Suit: Men’s Wearhouse
All photos contained in this blog are property of Matt G Video and are not a representation of the photography produced at this event.