4K Offbeat Wedding in Cumberland Gap, TN$0 - $10K, 0-50, Local, Offbeat/Alternative, Summer, South, Church
Cheers to bride Sharon! She had a 4K wedding in Cumberland Gap, TN. It was not your average traditional wedding as the sounds of bagpipes rang through the air as the groom sported his fabulous kilt. See their hilarious rehearsal ceremony, and the real beautiful Scottish themed ceremony in their video below!
This adorable wedding video was shot by the bride and groom’s guests. They had a wonderful time capturing not only the rehearsal ceremony, but the real one as well with their own cameras along with the WeddingMix app.
There was little to no choices of local videographers in the area. A video was a last minute add on to our day and it really seemed like the perfect solution.”- Sharon
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Advice from the bride!
1. What part of your wedding planning are you most proud of?
Quite honestly, how it all fell together. I really wasn’t sure how to do all the planning myself because it was a destination wedding for our guests and all my bridesmaids lived 300 miles away.
The realization that so much could be done over the internet…including the beautiful floral arrangements! Who know Sam’s Club did weddings??? Once the figuring out how to get together to work was off the table, things just fell into place.
2. Where did you get married?
In the Cumberland Gap, TN area. My husband is a professor at Lincoln Memorial University so we used the chapel on the campus for our ceremony and then rented a local restaurant, “The Pineapple Tea Room” down in the beautiful historic town of Cumberland Gap.
3. Why was using WeddingMix appealing for your big day?
There was little to no choices of local videographers in the area. A video was a last minute add on to our day and it really seemed like the perfect solution.
4. What is your top wedding budget tip(s)?
For us, we were getting remarried and the first wedding was practically just a trip to the JOP…so this time around we wanted to be sure that we had what we wanted. I bought the dress I wanted, spent the money on a good photographer, and got real flowers.
I shopped frugally where I could and saved the money for what would matter most to us. My favorite “purchase” was the surprise for my husband of live bagpipes for his processional! Worth every penny to see the look on his face!
Photographer- Brooke Townsend Photography
Harpist/Bagpipe Player- Kelly Ann Shipe
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