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Monday, November 6, 2017

An In Town Elopement from Simply Stated

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Photography:  Knoxville Wedding Photographer, Simply Stated 


Many couples have dreamt of their wedding day for their entire life, invisioning the perfect day filled with friends, family, and the most perfect of details.  For some that looks like a large celebration with friends and extended family, while for others, it can look like an intimate event with just a few close guests gathered around as they say their nuptials. 

Laurel and Casey chose the latter and were married on the front porch of Historic Westwood located in Knoxville, TN.  The building has a deep seeded history in weddings, as it was built as a wedding promise in 1890 by John Edwin Lutz and his wife, Ann Adelia Armstrong.  The property has family connections to another local wedding venue, The Bleak House, as well as The Armstrong-Lockett house known as Crescent Bend.  Both of those homes are located on Kingston Pike and you can read more about the fascinating history here .  

With simple florals, lovely ballet flats, and a pop of pink from Casey's socks, the two were married in a simple ceremony with just a minister, a photographer, and small group of family.  

Check out a few of our favorites below and the full gallery of their day above!


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East Tennessee Elopement Ideas

East Tennessee Elopement Ideas

 This is a face of pure joy! Those first few moments of newlywed bliss and excitement can't be explained, only felt! 

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Knoxville Elopement Ideas

East Tennessee Elopement Ideas

 You can check out some more wonderful local wedding venue options that accomodate elopements here.


Photography: Simply Stated  | Venue:  Westwood 

 

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