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Mountain settings have always played a special role in Brigitte and Terry’s relationship, from their first date (hiking in wild and wonderful West Virginia) to their engagement (at the Biltmore in Asheville). It was only natural, then, that they needed a beautiful mountain setting for their spring wedding, and after a long search, Pleasant Hill Vineyards in East Tennessee ended up being the perfect fit. With the help of Jennifer Laraia, Brigitte and Terry brought their vision of an elegant, Southern-inspired, family-focused celebration to life, giving these two yet another beautiful mountainside memory!

Thank you so much to Watson Studios for sharing this beautiful day with us!

Tell us about finding your wedding dress. After looking at tons of bridal magazines, I was fairly confident that I wanted a lace, strapless, trumpet-style gown, but was open to trying on anything. My future sister-in-law came dress shopping with me, and although I liked every gown I tried on, none of them were quite right. Then I tried on the last gown, a lace, strapless, trumpet gown, and it was perfect! I teared up, my future sister-in-law teared up, and I knew that my dream dress was exactly what I had imagined!

We both love singer-songwriter music and I have always loved the banjo. After debating between a string quartet, a harp, or other traditional ceremony music, we chose to have a bluegrass band, Bluebilly Grit, play for our wedding ceremony. They were phenomenal! They played some traditional music, as well as some contemporary music, in a romantic, gentle bluegrass style. The wedding party processional was a version of “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri, and I walked down the aisle to “Canon in D.” Bluebilly Grit also played during our cocktail hour, and of course, played our home state anthem, “Country Roads.”

What made you choose your ceremony and reception venues? Did they have any special significance to you? We both grew up in the beautiful, mountainous state of West Virginia, and we enjoy hiking, camping, and most outdoor activities. Our first date was even a hike through the mountains! We knew we wanted an outdoor wedding with a view of the mountains and a reception under a big tent, and it was important to us to be able to choose each vendor and aspect of our wedding. After traveling all over East Tennessee, we finally decided on Pleasant Hill Vineyards. The venue sits in the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, and there was plenty of space for a big tent! Pleasant Hill Vineyards was very flexible with our use of the space and had minimal restrictions on outside vendors. We had a perfect April day for our outdoor wedding!

What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Since we had a difficult time deciding on a ceremony and reception venue, we planned most of the rest of the wedding in a little over three months. It was very busy and each week had a long list of to-dos. I could have never done it without the help, inspiration, and ideas of my amazing wedding planner and stylist, Jennifer Laraia! She took our vision and gave us our dream wedding!

Our wedding theme, rustic elegance, embraces all that is Southern. Invitations and welcome gifts were packaged in cotton muslin bags. The decorations were rustic, yet refined and romantic. We had church pews for seating and a chandelier in the trees at our outdoor ceremony. A bluegrass band provided music inspired by Appalachia for the ceremony and cocktail hour. We had a warm, welcoming reception with elegant wire chandeliers. Tables were named after our favorite mountain peaks in the Smoky Mountains and West Virginia, tying in our love of the mountains and our outdoor location. Dinner was served family style and condiments were served in mini mason jars. We loved the idea of guests passing dinner around the table, sharing conversation, and getting to know each other.

Our favorite detail of the wedding was: It is hard to pick one detail of the wedding that was our favorite, but what stands out most is the beautiful mountain scenery and the starry sky!

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Terry and I met while working together in our hometown. A mutual friend introduced us and separately encouraged us to go out. I was planning on moving in a few months and Terry had recently become single after a serious relationship, so neither of us was all that interested. Since we were both hesitant to start a relationship, our friend arranged for a small group of us to spend a day on the lake together. Despite both mine and Terry’s resistance, we really enjoyed each other’s company. The next week, we had our first date, hiking at a nearby state park in the mountains of West Virginia. Our second and third dates came the following two days, and we’ve been together ever since!
Tell us all about the proposal! While spending the weekend at the Biltmore Estate in Asheville to celebrate Terry’s birthday, we planned to experience as much of the Biltmore as possible. We spent the first day touring the inside of the home, leaving the second day for touring the exterior, grounds, and gardens. Midway through our tour of the house exterior, it started to sprinkle and we could see dark clouds in the distance. Terry kept saying, “I can’t believe it’s going to rain.” I kept telling him it was fine, and there were plenty of other things to see and do, but he kept on worrying about the rain. After waiting out the rain showers in the greenhouse, the skies cleared and we headed to the gardens and pond. While strolling around the pond, we stopped and sat on a bench to enjoy the beautiful views. Terry began telling me how happy he has been throughout our five years of dating, then asked me to spend forever with him! Of course, I said, yes! Later that afternoon I realized this was why Terry had gotten so worked up about the rain. :)
When did y’all get married? April 12, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 115
Did you decide to do a first look? Why or why not? We thought long and hard about whether or not to do a first look, and ultimately decided to keep that part of our wedding traditional. Although we loved the moment that our eyes caught each other as I walked down the aisle, we both agree that if we had it to do all over again, we would do a first look. We would have liked to have that personal, private moment–just the two of us–to enjoy each other and have quiet time together to embrace all that the day represented.
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We wrote our vows together, borrowing from various examples we found online, and adding our own touches. My favorite phrase from our vows was, “I choose you. To be joy to your heart and food for your soul. To learn with you and grow with you, even as time and life change us both.”
How did you plan for your marriage while planning your wedding? Terry and I were engaged for almost three years and dated for almost five before that. We had lived in four different cities during that time and worked through most of the issues couples encounter when they start sharing a home and household responsibilities. We found, however, that planning our vows and ceremony prompted heartfelt discussions about faith, family, children, and our future. It really helped to solidify our commitment to each other.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? We would encourage others to strongly consider a first look and a videographer. The day goes by so fast and is so busy. Both a first look and a video of the day give you chance to pause and cherish every detail.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We have spent most of our relationship up until now sacrificing in our personal lives in order to progress in our professional lives. Now that we have achieved most of our professional goals, we are looking forward to traveling and spending time enjoying our hobbies together. We plan to travel, hike, and enjoy all that East Tennessee has to offer, and hopefully, start a family in the next few years.

Photographer: Watson Studios / Planning and Design: Jennifer Laraia / Venue: Pleasant Hill Vineyards / Florist: Whimsical Gatherings / Cake Baker: Cheryl McMillan / Caterer: Northshore Brasserie / Rentals: All Occasions Party Rentals and Anderson Rental / Band: BlueBilly Grit / DJ: Ogle Entertainment / Paper Products: Ali-G Design / Bride’s Gown: “9102” by Alvina Valenta / Hair and Makeup: Bangs and Blush / Bridesmaid Dresses: Alfred Angelo / Menswear: Calvin Klein / Getaway Car: A Regal Carriage Company

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Claire reply

    Rustic elegance–what a perfect way to describe this wedding. I love how they maximize the natural beauty of their location. The trees, the moss, even the grass looks like it was picked out and placed perfectly to go with their decor!

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  3. avatar Victoria Kokenge reply

    do you know where the guest book map is from?

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Upon first glance, Savannah and Zachary’s wedding is full of lovely details, pretty blooms, and an amazing lace gown from Watters. Now, while all those pieces make up one big, beautiful day, after reading through their interview, you’ll find that there is also so much more! Like we vow in our Sweet Tea Society manifesto, “we believe that planning for a wedding means planning for more than one day.” Savannah and Zachary truly brought that phrase to life with their gorgeous farm tables! Savannah’s stepfather built them especially for the wedding, and now, her mother has started a rental company to share them and other special pieces they collected with other brides. Isn’t that what the South is all about?

Big hugs to Natalie Watson Photography for sharing this wedding with us!

Like most girls, I have dreamed of my wedding dress since I was little. I knew that I wanted lace, and lots of it, and I knew that I did not want a ball gown. I found my dress while browsing the Watters website and immediately fell in love. I searched for the nearest place that carried the line in Tennessee and called to schedule a consultation. I specifically asked about the Kerry gown, and as it turns out, they had just received the dress the day before…in my size! I took all of my bridesmaids and my mom to the appointment. Although they picked out several other dresses for me to try on, I knew that I was set on the Kerry gown. I was just as happy with my choice on the day of my wedding and afterwards seeing it in the photos as I was the day that I chose it.

Describe your wedding flowers. Flowers were actually something that we struggled with for a bit. Originally, I wanted peonies, but they aren’t in season in August. Neither are tulips, which were my second choice. Thankfully, our florist was able to use her knowledge of flowers to suggest alternatives that achieved the overall look that I was hoping for. It was important for me that we had more of a wildflower look than perfectly symmetrical bouquets, and I wanted to play with different textures and incorporate thistle. Our florist was able to create a look that perfectly accented our Southern vintage theme and color palette.

We chose our venue because it was located in the quaint little town of Jonesborough, Tennessee, which happens to be the oldest town in the state. Our venue is actually a storytelling center used for festivals, but the gorgeous second floor wraparound porch had me smitten from the beginning. Luckily, they also rent the venue for weddings, so we were able to make it happen. We also liked that it allowed us to have both the ceremony and reception at one location.

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Why or why not? We decided not to do a first look. Even as a guest at a wedding, I always love watching the groom’s reaction to seeing the bride for the first time. Although I know first looks can be special in their own way, I wanted to keep things traditional and see Zach and his reaction to me as I walked down the aisle.

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? Our entire wedding day oozed Southern style. If I had to name one Southern thing in particular though, it would be our reception menu. We chose Southern comfort foods: fried green tomatoes, followed by fried chicken, mixed greens, sweet potato casserole, and macaroni and cheese. All of this was accompanied by butter and biscuits and followed up with individual mini pies.

Our favorite details were the gorgeous farm tables that my stepfather built especially for our wedding. It was definitely a labor of love that had us painting and staining up to the week of the wedding. My stepfather knew how much I wanted them, and lovingly, he made it happen. It actually worked out well, and now, my mother has started a rental company with the many things that we accumulated so that other East Tennessee brides have more options!

We ended up with SO many desserts at our wedding. Initially, we thought that we would skip a cake and just have individual cherry, apple, coconut, pecan, and chocolate pies. However, my mother thinks that it is a downright SIN to not have a wedding cake, so we ended up with one of those too (which I am so thankful for, since our cake was gorgeous!). Zach dislikes cake, so for his “groom’s cake,” he opted for his favorite sugar cookies from a local bakery instead.

How did y’all meet? Tell us your love story. Zachary and I met in high school. We sat right beside each other in French class, and even though we always had huge crushes on each other, it wasn’t until a few years after high school that our relationship grew into something more.
Tell us all about the proposal! Our proposal was an absolute dream! I have a small obsession with New York City, and Zachary had never been, so we planned a little weekend visit there the week before we relocated to Knoxville, Tennessee. I may have dropped a few hints that I would love to get engaged in New York, but I honestly had no idea that it would happen on that weekend trip. Zachary, knowing nothing about NYC, reached out to a high school friend of ours who was living there for help finding an unexpected proposal location. I had our weekend all planned out without a minute to spare, but on our second day there, Zach announced that we had plans for the evening and needed to return to the hotel by 4 to get ready. This announcement, coupled with his giddy and nervous demeanor, is when I started to suspect that something might happen. That evening, we got in a cab, and Zach rattled off an address. We were dropped off on the corner of a cobblestone street in the West Village, and Zach led me to an unmarked door. We stepped inside, and I recognized the restaurant–One if by Lane, Two if by Sea. As I freaked out because Ashley Tisdale was dining in the restaurant, Zach nervously waited to pop the question. One of the waiters took the ring from Zach when I was in the ladies’ room, and the owner of the restaurant brought it out on the stem of a rose, lying on a bed of rose petals on a silver platter as a “special dessert.” Zach nervously asked me to be his wife in a speech that neither of us really remembers, and I happily said yes! We spent the remainder of the weekend giddy and in love as we enjoyed my favorite city.
When did y’all get married? August 2, 2014
How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 200
Did you write your own vows? If so, what was your favorite phrase, verse or line? We were a little too nervous to write our own vows, so we spent forever online searching for the perfect ones. We ended up piecing lines together from a few different sources.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? There was a moment right before we had our sparkler exit when Zachary and I finally had a second alone to take in the entire day. I remember standing at the top of the staircase, feeling so thankful to have married such a precious man, and so thankful for how perfect our day had played out.
What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? Although it sounds cliché, take the time to breathe, step back, and enjoy the process. The year that we were engaged literally felt like a blink. I would also say to stick to your personal style, and don’t try to throw a wedding with a theme that is not representative of your personality. This can be difficult in a world where Pinterest and blogs constantly provide new ideas.
What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? We are looking forward to all of the little experiences and journeys that married life will take us on. I finished my Master’s degree prior to our wedding and started working full-time in September. Zach is currently interviewing for graduate school, where he will study to be a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. He has applied to several places, many of which are not in Tennessee, so a move might be in our near future.

Photographer: Natalie Watson Photography / Venue: International Storytelling Center / Florist: Connie Timmons / Cake Baker: Misty Barber / Caterer: Main Street Cafe & Catering / Rentals: Southern Knot Wedding Rentals / China Rentals: China Dolls / DJ: Ogle Entertainment / Table Numbers and Chair Covers: BHLDN / Invitations: Teal Typewriter Studios / Programs, Seating Chart, and “I Spy” Games: How Lovely Paper / Bride’s Gown: “Kerry” by Watters / Bride’s Veil: Erica Koesler / Bride’s Earrings: Tajani / Makeup Artist: Faces by Ren / Bride’s Shoes: Kate Spade / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Various styles in Misty Rose Silk Chiffon by J. Crew / Menswear: JC Penney / Ties: The Tie Bar

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  1. avatar Rachel Akin reply

    I really enjoyed this post on Zachary and Savannah’s wedding. I saw many aspects in the photos that reminded me of my own “Dream Wedding” Pinterest board. I especially enjoyed the custom made farm tables. It’s nice to have certain aspects of your wedding that can’t be recreated. Congratulations to you both!

  2. avatar Erin | Elizabeth Anne Designs reply

    LOVE! There are too many pretty details to count! xo

  3. avatar Kirsti reply

    This darling wedding has so many of the details I have always dreamed of, put into action and they are just as beautiful as I imagined! My favorite part is the southern reception menu (one of my favorites-fried green tomatoes)!!

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Emily sure knew what she was doing when she sent me Claire and Michael’s gorgeous wedding for my first Real Wedding post! A traditional church ceremony, lots of romantic flowers, a brick-walled reception space and monograms galore are all straight from my list of favorite wedding details. As if that wasn’t enough to make me fall head over heels for Claire and Michael’s big day, I’m also touched and inspired by the way they made their long-distance dating relationship such a sweet success. Love truly never fails!

The talented Jennifer of Jennifer Laraia Designs brought Claire and Michael’s inspiration to life, and Watson Studios was on hand to capture every moment.

Jennifer sent over a few of the design boards she developed with Claire + Michael, and we thought you might like to see where everything started as well as how everything came together in the end!

So pretty, don’t you think? And here’s how everything turned out!

Seeing Michael on our wedding day brought me back to the very first time we laid eyes on each other, because we met at my sister’s wedding three years ago. Both members of the bridal party, I first noticed Michael for his witty sense of humor. However, his sharp tux probably didn’t hurt, either! I wasn’t sure how long it would last because we lived five hours from each other, but we both quickly realized it was worth putting in the extra effort. We chose to make up for the distance with long Skype dates at night, countless cards sent via snail mail and what seems like an endless number of weekend road trips visiting each other. There seemed to be a light at the end of the tunnel when Michael took a job in Nashville; however, we actually got further in distance because I spent one of my last semesters of college in Italy. After returning home, the new three-hour road trip between us was a breeze. I had plans to look for a job in Nashville after graduating, but I didn’t yet know that I would be moving there to finally live in the same city as my fiancé!

Tell us about finding your wedding dress. As it turns out, I am really good at finding wedding dresses. My mom and sister both came to Nashville, and we spent a weekend visiting bridal shops. I fell in love with four dresses, narrowed down from the original ten, but didn’t end up buying anything because I couldn’t choose between them. The next weekend, my mom came back into town, and we went to a new store. I pretty much knew right away that I had found my dress, but I needed my sister’s sign off before making the big purchase. Luckily, she approved!

I love floral crowns on just about anyone, but on flower girls, they’re particularly darling!

For the ceremony, we chose classic songs that sounded beautiful on the church organ, such as “Canon In D” and “Ave Maria.” The reception was a better opportunity for us to add some personality, so we chose Ray LaMontagne “You are the Best Thing” for our first dance. Since we were having a very traditional Catholic wedding, we opted for the traditional vows. We also both agreed that we couldn’t have said it better if we tried.

One of my favorite details was the light-up letters that spelled “Sullivan.” They looked so pretty outside the depot, all lit up at night. I love that it showcased my new last name, and they were extra special because my parents actually made them. I think if you asked Michael though, he might say getting to change into a white dinner jacket for the reception.

What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration? What was Southern about your wedding? For many of our guests, it was their first time in Knoxville. I really wanted to give them a taste of the city and its Southern charm. We had a calligrapher create our wedding monogram, which we used on everything from our invitations to the napkins my mom monogrammed for each place setting. The head table and table that our parents and immediate family sat at were large farmhouse tables. The other tables were covered in lace linens. Cigars were stationed around the Depot on top of old whiskey barrels, and we had vintage Knoxville postcards for guests to leave us a note on. I also decided that morning to go for comfort, so I wore my cowboy boots through the entire ceremony and reception. This decision was solidified as the right one when the band played Rocky Top for all of my friends and family to dance to.

Describe your wedding flowers. Full and romantic. I have a love affair with peonies and hydrangeas, so those were incorporated into the bouquets and centerpieces. The soft colors and textures helped create a romantic setting at the old train depot in the middle of downtown Knoxville.

What is the one detail or vendor that you were so happy to have as a part of your wedding? Jennifer Laraia Designs. As our wedding planner and designer, she really made it all come together. As the planner, she completely removed any worry so I could enjoy being engaged and planning our wedding. From the design aspect, it was invaluable to have someone completely understand the look we were going for and commit to achieving it for us. On the day of our wedding, it was incredible to see everything come to life from the style boards!

When we met, one of the first things we discovered that we had in common was our love of Funfetti cake, so it was an obvious choice for our wedding cake. In addition to cake, we had a snow cone truck pull up and serve late night treats, because anyone who knows me knows that my favorite food group is snow cones!

Tell us all about the proposal! 
Michael proposed to me the night of my graduation on December 9, 2011. It was truly perfect because he somehow managed to surprise me, and it was clear that he had put a lot of thought into asking me to marry him. He had given me a gorgeous necklace as a graduation present at brunch with my family, but he kept saying he had another gift to give me. I, of course, thought he meant another graduation gift. After dinner at my parents’ house, Michael took me outside on the porch. There were candles set up everywhere and a gift for me. I unwrapped a scrapbook he had made of all our adventures together since we first began dating. On the very last page, it hinted at spending the rest of our life together. When I looked up, Michael was down on his knee asking me to marry him!

When did y’all get married? 
April 6, 2013

How many friends, family members, and loved ones attended your wedding? 
Just over 200

Did you decide to do a “first look”? Yes, we wanted to have a special moment together to share the excitement and joy of our wedding day. We also knew that we had a party to get to after the ceremony, so it was less stressful getting the pictures out of the way beforehand!

What was the biggest challenge you had to overcome while planning your wedding? Planning a wedding in Knoxville, while we were living in Nashville. Thankfully, my mom is awesome at this sort of stuff, and we hired a talented wedding planner to help out.

What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day? The entire reception was a blast — the kind of party you wish you could throw over and over again. But if I had to choose one moment from the day, it would be when the church doors opened for me to walk down the aisle with my dad. Seeing my best friend waiting for me at the altar, having my dad by my side and all of my family and friends there to support us–I think that’s when it all hit me! Just before they opened the doors, my wedding planner gave me the best advice: to take a moment and take it all in. That was a moment I will never forget.

What advice do you have for folks currently planning a wedding? 
Enjoy the process. Our wedding was a fabulous celebration with all of our family and friends, but I am equally as thrilled with all the special memories we created with each other leading up to our big day. Create memories that will last a lifetime and remember that in the end, it isn’t just about this one day; it is about kicking off the rest of your life with your best friend.

What’s next for you as a couple? What are you most looking forward to about married life? 
We bought our first house, so we are thrilled to set up our home together in Nashville, host our family and friends, and take some time to just enjoy being married. We are also pretty excited about finally being able to stay out on the dance floor when they bring all the married couples out for a dance to see who has been married the longest!

Watson Studios and Jennifer Laraia Designs are delightful members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

lisa Written with love by Lisa
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  1. avatar Aelish reply

    Gorgeous flowers and cake!

  2. avatar Emily reply

    His monogrammed suspenders are the best! And I love those light-up signs — so special that her parents made them!

    • avatar Kristin reply

      Ditto on the monogrammed suspenders. And I love that Claire honored her love of Sno-Cones by serving them as a late night treat!! So fun!!

  3. avatar Dana reply

    could not have been a more perfect first wedding for lisa to write about! love all the details!

  4. avatar Natalie Watson reply

    Thanks so much SW for posting, this was a fun one to be a part of! Congrats Claire + Michael!! xx

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  6. avatar Maggie reply

    Love all of the fun items you were able to incorporate into your wedding that made it so personalized! Where did you find those “getting ready robes”? I just love them!

  7. avatar Kelly H. reply

    Beautiful wedding, love all the monogrammed details!
    Wedding dress designer please?

  8. avatar Claire reply

    Thank you so much Lisa! We are honored to be your first post :)

    Maggie- I actually found the robes at Target, and then just had them monogrammed.

    Kelly- My dress is Allure Bridals Style: 8923.

    • avatar Lindsey reply

      Claire: Where are your flower girl dresses from? They are beautiful!

    • avatar Claire reply

      Lindsey: Thanks so much! We actually had them custom made from a seamstress on etsy, Dress Baby Beautiful. We loved how they turned out! http://www.etsy.com/shop/dressbabybeautiful?ref=shop_sugg

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    I love the robes that the bride chose for the bridesmaids! Do you have any idea where she got them? All I can seem to find online are floral or waffle knits.

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