Maegan and Lake – September 21, 2020
Rustic Country Micro Wedding
Maegan and Lake joined us the morning of September 21st with their families to say their vows for their rustic country micro wedding. If you haven’t considered a morning wedding, let me show you why you should…. These two look amazing together!! Maegan’s dress had so much beautiful texture, and Luke brought out a cowboy hat for some photos that made him look like he could be Timothy Olyphant’s younger brother. The lighting for their wedding and their photos today was extraordinary. If you want pictures that look like this, consider a wedding between 10am and 12pm. Congratulations, Maegan and Lake!!!
From the Bride:
I was dating someone in the same friend group as my now Fiance actually, and he introduced us. So even though I was intrigued by this handsome, funny, long-haired guy I had just met, we were both in relationships so it ended there. To my surprise though, eight months later me and my friend went out to a local bar and there he was. So of course I went up to say hey, and we realized we were both now out of our previous relationships, and we spent the whole night talking, shared a kiss or two, and when it was time for me to go home, we exchanged numbers. Sparks flew, and I was over the moon. We went on our first date the following weekend and after that I knew we were both not going anywhere without the other!
For our first date, we went out to eat and talked and laughed the whole time. Went back to his house after and watched a movie, after I left headed back home, I knew he was the one that I wanted to be with forever! We were inseparable after that night and have been best friends ever since.
Lake proposed. I had always told him I didn’t want a big crowd, nothing extravagant, and I wanted it to be a special moment for just us. We’ll we had a 4 and a half month old perfect baby boy and one Sunday we were getting up and around to spend the day at the house, just us 3, and he got Gentry dressed and told me to hurry outside and they’d be waiting out in front of our pasture by our cattle. So I walked out through the barn and there he was with on one knee with the ring in on hand, and Gentry in the other with a “Will you take our last name Momma?” onesie on! It was perfect.
We decided on an East Tennessee wedding because we knew we didn’t want anything big but still wanted a ceremony and pictures and one day I was on Facebook when I came across one of Chapel in the Hollow’s posts. It was exactly what we were looking for!
I’m most looking forward to sharing last names with my best friend and baby, but also just being able to do it in front of our closest family and the people that mean the most to us.
We live on a little farm so we spend a lot of time just enjoying each others company and messing with our cattle and chickens, and watching our son grow!
Florals: Cupid’s Petals Florist
Dress: Essence of Australia from Something BLUE
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Shoes: Sam Edelman
Rings: Diamonds Direct and Manly Bands
Cake: Cakes by Bakin’ Bishop
Officiant: Ian Parrott
Hair and Makeup: Bride and Mother of the Bride
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow