We are so excited to share Hannah and Olin’s Historic Ramsey House wedding on the blog. You may remember their engagement session from last year in Downtown Knoxville. We had such a good time with them and were really looking forward to shooting their wedding. Even though it was raining earlier that day, it never got their spirits down. After a few hours, the clouds parted and the sun came out allowing them to have their “first look” followed by a beautiful outdoor ceremony. Hannah and Olin have been together since they were kids and the love they have for each other is undeniable. During the ceremony we were informed that when asked to describe their relationship they said, “they bring peace to each other.” What a beautiful thought and we think you can see that in their photos. After the ceremony, the guests headed over to the reception under a tent provided by Anderson Rentals. The wedding cakes were unique and absolutely gorgeous! Later, the newlyweds and some of their guests enjoyed a game of cornhole. Congratulations Hannah and Olin, we wish you all the best!
Love the first look! Great work 🙂
Beautifully captured! What a great location for a wedding!
Beautiful cottage, couple, and photos. Great job!
love that you caught a lot of the little details throughout the wedding day 🙂
Great job capturing a beautiful wedding. That peanut butter cake is so awesome!
A peanut butter jar cake and corn hole wedding. You cannot go wrong with this combo and now you’ve proved it.
That frame of the bride kissing her father on the cheek is just so perfect!
Wow! What a beautiful place to get married! The couple looks so in love! You did a fantastic job capturing their big day!
The images from their First Look are so touching. Well done.
Love that you captured the tie tying – such a ritual for the wedding day!
JIF cake!! This wedding looks SO fun.