I find myself feeling right at home when life's going a thousand miles per hour. You know when there's like a million things to do or places to be all at once. For me, it creates this sense of clarity. It makes me look at life a little deeper. Focus more on the littlest of details.
This was an elegant and Italy inspired styled wedding at the Candoro Marble House in Knoxville, Tennessee. The Candoro Marble house is a historic building in Knoxville and it’s the perfect wedding venue for modern and classic couples.
This photoshoot accented the natural beauty of the venue with classic and chic wedding florals. Our model bride wore a beautiful long sleeved designer wedding gown complete with lace appliqué and a long train. The bridal look was finished off with a subtle and natural bridal glam that looked beautiful in the glowing sunlight.
Our model groom wore a black suit with a white collared shirt. Carefully paired with a golden colored tie that helped tie the entire look together. Above his left pocket he wore a boutonnière that matched the brides bouquet. The color palette for this Italy inspired wedding in Knoxville, Tennessee included muted shades of pink and white.
The courtyard at the venue provided the perfect location for bride and groom portraits but would also be the perfect spot for a wedding ceremony. I fell head over heels in love with the beautifully crafted architecture and additionally perfectly symmetrical arches. The courtyard also features beautiful italian cypress trees that really give this location even more character.
If you are planning a wedding but looking for a one of a kind venue in Knoxville, Tennessee you need to check out the Candoro Marbling building. Its the perfect blend of modern and vintage style. And its definitely a wedding venue that your guests are sure to be talking about long after your big day.
As a destination wedding photographer I love getting to travel and photograph beautiful wedding venues like this one. I hope that this blog post has not only left you feeling inspired but also ready to begin planning your very own Italy inspired wedding.
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