I loved this wedding A LOT. I loved this couple, loved¬†their dedication to family and their church¬†but I have to be honest and say that¬†the superficial cherry on top of the many reasons that¬†I loved this wedding is that Caitlin’s¬†maiden name is Austin and Elijah’s last name is Martin.¬†Put those two names together and¬†I can’t help but think of my all time favorite bond car the Aston Martin. In my opinion this is an absolute sign that this couple was meant to be together. Forgive me, I’m a guy and just can’t help myself.¬†Ha!
In all seriousness,¬†This was a gorgeous¬†wedding.¬†Caitlin and Elijah’s wedding style was the kind of¬†classic that transcends time. If they have a daughter in the future it wouldn’t¬†surprise me at all if she chooses to¬†carry some aspect of Caitlin’s bridal¬†look with her down the aisle. Their ceremony at All Saints Catholic Church¬†was a wonderful reflection of their deep faith in God as well as their¬†kind, selfless spirits towards one another and their¬†guest.¬†Following¬†Mass¬†everyone was invited to a fantastic party at Southern Railway¬†Station, in downtown¬†Knoxville. Guest¬†enjoyed viewing¬†the¬†vintage railway cars and¬†sipping cocktails ¬†before the new¬†Mr. & Mrs. Martin made their grand entrance into the reception area. Caitlin and Elijah set the bar high on dance¬†moves¬†with their first dance¬†and their friends and family accepted the challenge! What a fun crowd and fun evening. It was my great privilege to be part of this beautiful day.

                                              

Salon Barnes and Barnes
All Saints Catholic Church
Lisa Foster Floral
White Lace and Promises
Ogle Entertainment
The Southern Depot

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