A Southern Charm Wedding in Clinton, Tennessee

A Southern Charm Wedding in Clinton, Tennessee

One thing you immediately notice when you drive down Market St. in Clinton is the warm, welcoming feeling of the antique store, the sidewalks, benches, wrought iron lighting and the small park with gazebo.  As you continue onto Eagle Bend Rd., the older neighborhood with it’s classic, historic homes and sidewalks invites you in.  The Kincaid House is situated on Eagle Bend Rd.  This past weekend, we had an absolutely beautiful wedding designed by Allison Gaddis of Live, Laugh, Love Weddings.  The theme of the wedding was Southern Charm.  You were welcomed onto the property by the valets, who quietly parked your car out of view.  You then walked into the rear gazebo area where you would spend time in the “conversation area” decorated with vintage furniture from Vintage Inspirations along with a few iron patio pieces from family.  Cool refreshing hand fans and lemon water were provided for those guests arriving early.  It was a great place for guests to spend time before and after the wedding enjoying each others’ company.  The ceremony was beautiful with the bride walking on a wooden walkway  lovingly crafted by her father and 81 yr. old grandfather.  Such a special touch for the wedding (and heavy).  Following the ceremony you moved from the rear garden to the fountain garden and patio areas.  I have to say, it was beautiful and I was so thrilled with the look.  I’ve traveled to Europe several times.  Italy and France are 2 of my favorite countries.  The setup for this wedding was Southern Charm but it reminded me of being at a party in Italy or France.  Lights, tables, blue willow china on the tables and guests conversing, laughing and enjoying the lovely music provided by Music in Motion.  Beautiful florals created by Samuel Franklin Florist with an abundance of white hydrangeas, magnolias, peonies and a lot of other greenery were everywhere.  The mixture of blue, white and ivory striped and embroidered table linens popped against the stone walls, walkways and gazebo.  I can’t wait to post the professional photos or video in the next few weeks.  Every one was commenting on how they loved this neighborhood, how they loved all the space for everyone to use, how they didn’t realize how nice downtown Clinton was.  We want everyone to feel like they are part of our family.  We welcome you at The Kincaid House and to beautiful downtown Clinton, Tennessee.

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