This wedding was by far the furthest in advance I've ever been booked: it was before the couple had even met.   I met Jordan through my friend Joey a few years ago, and we immediately became great friends.  Not too far into our friendship he asked me to shoot his wedding (this was a couple years before Gracie even came into the picture).  As funny as I thought it was that he asked me so far in advance, he made true to his commitment three years later, and I've got to say: I'm glad he did.

It was an absolute joy spending the day with Jordan and Gracie.  The bulk of the day was spent in the beautiful, aged Scarritt Bennett of Nashville, TN, but concluded in the rustic trolly barns by the Cumberland River.  This is the first wedding I've been a part of that went by quickly without feeling rushed.  It was a refreshing, brisk walk through a day filled with a lot of laughter and a lot of love.

I would be lost without the right team beside me, and I was lucky to have a great group of creatives to share the day with.  Susan Hudson and her husband, Andrew, did a fantastic job capturing the day, and making sure that an excited wedding party remained focused and on schedule.  I was also joined by the avidly talented Dave Altizer who was my second shooter for the day.  Dave captured all the aerial footage you see in the video as well.

I get the rare pleasure of sharing many exciting adventures with the Pratts living but 10 minutes down the road from me, and I can't wait to see how they fall deeper into love with one another as they move through life.