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Fall Wedding at Copper Ridge

This October I had the privilege to coordinate a beautiful fall wedding at the Copper Ridge Event Venue in Murfreesboro, TN. It was such a special day with a super sweet couple. This celebration was a little bit different as the couple was already married. Kelli and Dalton had a small family ceremony in 2020 shortly after the passing of Kelli’s father. Even though they were already married; Kelli and Dalton wanted the full wedding experience and to celebrate with all their family and friends.


On wedding day, the weather was perfect, and the wedding party was all smiles. The ceremony took place above the reception area in what I would describe as a rustic chapel. Décor was fall themed with pumpkins, lanterns and votive candles. I particularly loved their guest book which was a monogrammed pumpkin that guests could sign. The ceremony was emotional as the couple remembered Kelli’s father and at the end the wedding party gathered around the couple to pray over them.


By the reception Kelli and Dalton were ready to party! After their first dance they opted to do a “photo dash”. This was the first time I had seen a couple do this and in essence they ran to each guest table to snap a quick photo. It was a fun moment that added a uniqueness to their reception. After toasts and cake cutting everyone hit the dancefloor. I always enjoy this part of the reception as it is great to see the couple interacting with their family and friends having a blast. The night ended with a beautiful sparkler sendoff.


It was such a pleasure to be a part of Kelli and Dalton’s special day and I wish them a lifetime of happiness.


To see more photos from this wedding check out our gallery!



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