Starr & Alan met at Auburn University, but back then, they had no idea a love story would unfold. It was fitting that Auburn brought them back together, though - they reconnected at a football watch party in Houston years later. We don’t know if Auburn won that game, but Starr and Alan sure did. They made plans for their first date the very next day, and they’ve been together ever since.
Three years into their relationship, Alan joined Starr’s family on a trip to Mexico. After a long day spear fishing, Starr decided on a low-key date night in the city, but Alan had other plans. A sunset stroll on the beach led them to a lighthouse in the middle of town, where Alan got on one knee and asked her to spend the rest of her life with him. Of course, she said yes.
This sweet couple tied the knot in Nashville, TN on November 18, 2017. They chose the lovely Bridge Building as their venue, transforming it into an indoor garden that highlighted the Nashville skyline. Big Events captured this perfectly by using greenery, candlelight and elegant decor to set the tone for the evening. The weather was moody, but the atmosphere was buzzing with energy through every joyful moment of Alan and Starr’s wedding - there was plenty of champagne popping and shoes dancing the night away. It’s so clear to see that this couple is deeply in love - with great senses of humor and gracious spirits to boot! Watching the joy these two had as they celebrated with friends and family was something special. We loved personalizing their story and memorializing moments from their perfect day that they can keep for years and years to come.
Venue: The Bridge Building
Photographer: Caleb Clayton Film & Photo
Hair & Makeup: Karissa Paige Beauty
Florals: Big Events Inc.
Catering: Infinity Hospitality Group
Band/DJ: Music City Sound
Rentals: Infinity Hospitality Group / Big Events Inc.
Transportation: Matchless Transportation
Dress: Anne Barge "Leyland" dress / Ivory Bridal Atelier
Suit: JoS. A Bank
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