Kilpatrick Springs Farm and Tsali Notch Vineyard, near Sweetwater, TN, were the settings for Mary Nelle and Adam’s October 20 wedding and reception. I know beautiful is subjective, but imagine feeling like you were invited to a secret place with painted trees for miles, a natural spring, twinkling lights, hillside vineyards, plus all the love two people could stand. That is just some of what our cameras captured.
Think about the definition of meaningful details and they were everywhere. It seemed everything told a love story. An example is the cotton boll Mary Nelle wore in her hair. She shared with Adam a childhood story of picking cotton while on a family road trip. While on a trip with Adam, in Georgia, they saw a cotton field. Adam stopped and picked her a boll. Mary Nelle saved the boll of cotton. In the wedding program they shared this story and how this exact cotton boll represented the importance of listening to one another and the strong platform of love and respect that their relationship is founded upon. We think they may have tapped into a life lesson for success. It’s the little things in life that mean the most.
We think that after watching their wedding highlight you’ll agree this quote applies to them totally!
“If you live to be a hundred, I want to live to be a hundred minus one day so I never have to live without you.”
~ A. A. Milne – Winnie the Pooh