Photography: Jana Pastors, Kindred Moments Photography
Shoot Direction: Tilly Dillehay
Location: Covey Rise, wedding/event venue – Mt. Juliet, TN
Hair: Jessica Dodds and Haley Herbert, Locks and Lashes Barber & Studio
Makeup: Necole Bell, Beauty Boutique
Wardrobe & Accessories: The White Room
Flowers: Henderson’s Flower Shop
Bride: Holly Lane
Holly Lane is Director of Brand Marketing and Strategic Partnerships at Country Radio Seminar. She lives in Nashville, and this fall, she’ll be walking down the aisle for real. She met her fiancé, Mike Freeman, four years ago while watching a friend sit-in with the band at Robert’s. After being turned down for a date and her number, he finally got her to agree to a dance. When his group left, he wrote his number on a waitress ticket for her, assuming she’d never call. Well, she did, and they had their first date at the Bluebird Cafe the very next night. He popped the question just two hours after receiving her father’s blessing with a beautiful custom ring and 1930’s vintage ring box from one of her favorite local antique stores.
Bridesmaid: Callie Pittman
Callie is a musician and songwriter with indie band The Vespers. She lives with her husband Reed in Nashville, TN and represents Rodan + Fields product on the side.
Bridesmaid: Taylor Gaines
Taylor Gaines is a Jr. at Station Camp High School. She usually plays more of an athlete’s role than a model’s, having spent years on the basketball court and softball field, but you’ll agree that the camera seems to suit her just as well.
Mother of the Bride: Katrina Byrum
Katrina Byrum lives in College Grove, TN with her husband Bob. She is mother to eleven children and grandmother to four. She is a homemaker and is currently homeschooling seven of her kids, while the others have left the nest.
We were lucky enough to snag Covey Rise for this fall themed wedding shoot. The mansion, located in Mt. Juliet, was formerly a private residence but has been recently introduced to the public as an event venue.
It was hard to choose our shots at this location: between the rolling soybean fields, fountains, lake, orchard, pool, terraces, and gorgeous interior, we hardly knew where to begin. The simple problem is that at Covey Rise, everywhere you look is another vista, and every room suggests another photo.