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Museum of Appalachia Wedding

Jessica and Sean’s southern wedding was March 31, 2012, at Mt. Hermon United Methodist Church — the cutest little white country chapel in Powell, Tenn. (built in 1894) that you have ever seen! And their wedding reception was at the Museum of Appalachia.

Jessica and Sean are soul mates. They are the perfect couple, best friends, an amazing team…everything! They finish each other’s sentences in the same breath, start giggling without saying a word to each other, have special “looks” they give each other that are so darn cute, and glow when they say “I love you.”

Jessica & Sean’s southern wedding was an amazing reflection of their personalities and such a sentimental and lovely vintage affair! Sit back and enjoy this wedding with a glass of sweet tea and a warm slice of peach cobbler!

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Jessica’s gown was from The White Room in Lebanon, Tenn., her hair was done by Bliss Salon,
and makeup was by Amanda Breeden.

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The groom & groomsmen had personalized cufflinks with their initials on them – stylish!

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Their wedding included many personalized and sentimental touches, including hand made bridesmaids dresses in vintage patterns. Their bouquets and reception centerpieces included mason jars and wildflowers by Lisa Foster Floral.

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Jessica’s bouquet by Lisa Foster Floral was wrapped with her great grandmother’s lace doily.
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The Museum of Appalachia is a rustic outdoor wedding venue just outside of Knoxville TN.
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Jessica and Sean bought DIY tea-stained place cards from ETSY, there was a quilt-square guestbook, and the guests played bingo at the reception! Jessica and Sean collected antique china at rummage sales and antique stores over the course of their engagement. The couple even found a plate from the same pattern Sean’s grandmother had – and that plate was at Sean’s mother’s seat at the wedding reception at the Museum of Appalachia. Catering was by Sonny’s Bar-B-Q, and The Pour Guys.

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Linens with burlap and lace overlays, tables, wood chairs, and the tent at the Museum of Appalachia
were by All Occasions Party Rentals.

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Jessica and Sean were a part of every detail of their vintage DIY wedding, including Sean’s hand made wood burn signs (shown above). Their wedding cake was made by a friend, Charlotte Click, who was also the mother of one of the bridesmaids.  Warm peach cobbler accompanied the wedding cake – a true southern favorite! Cindy Hale was their wedding coordinator.

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Jessica & Sean drove off from the church in an antique 1960′s Corvette Convertible. Jessica said, “Sean was in heaven!”
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Everyone had fun in the JoPhoto Booth!
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