Lindsay & Victor: September 23, 2017


This week’s post is all about Lindsay & Victor’s gorgeous sunflower filled boho-rustic wedding! This couple and their family came to visit The Pick Inn before the renovations wayyyy back in early 2016. A year and nine months later, and their wedding day visions became a reality!

Lindsay and Victor’s wedding day was on a beautiful Saturday back in September. It was also the first wedding we have ever done in this ceremony site- adjacent to the pavilion, in front of the lush tree line. We were excited to see the setup in a new spot! As you can see – It was totally gorgeous- complete with the tree arbor provided by the bride.


Lindsay and Victor were such a sweet couple. It was obvious how much they love each other and Lindsay was SO ready for the wedding day once it came! We joked that it would be weird not seeing each other all the time after the many months of emails and meetings. 🙂 They are both so laid back and you could tell that the most important part of the day for them was to marry one another. I mean look at those happy tears when Victor saw his bride!

Check out our awesome vendors below and be sure to check out more amazing photographs by Kenzie of Honey & Bee Photography – She is a local photographer in Gallatin who just so happens to be a previous Pick Inn Bride herself!!



It was such a pleasure to coordinate for these two and to work with their sweet families. This wedding is one I will always remember!



Photography: Kenzie Hammock: Honey+Bee Photography 

Catering: Our Place Cafe

Bouquets: Brown’s Florist

Cake & Cupcakes: Southern Charm Bakery & Cupcakery

DJ: Matt Mercer


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