All photos taken by LTB Photography

On October 27th, Crispen and Rheanna tied the knot underneath the 250 year-old Oak just at sunset. It literally could not have been a better day. It was a perfect Fall day (for Tennesseans that means around 60 degrees) for an outdoor wedding.


One thing that really made this wedding unique was all the special touches that Rheanna and her family did. Rheanna’s dad (Darrel) owns an antique store-so she had plenty of items to choose from to help her create that ‘vintage’ vibe. The arbor that you see above was made out of garage doors….you read that right-GARAGE DOORS! Rheanna had this vision of connecting the two doors, putting some drapery on it, and having vintage chairs in front of it.

What even made this more special was the fact that on her wedding day, Rheanna’s Dad, brother and cousin put the arbor together. She was able to tell them her vision and they saw and executed it just like she wanted.


Watching Crispen see his bride for the first time was so beautiful. He was so happy and displayed his love for her in every way. Their interactions all day were so gentle and full of joy-everything that you would hope for on your wedding day.


Probably the coolest aspect of the day was when Rheanna walked down the aisle to a vintage Victrola record player. It really set the ambience for the entire day.

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Congratulations Crispen and Rheanna! It was a pleasure to celebrate your wedding day with you and your family. We wish you a beautiful life and pray that God covers you with his grace.