Ana and Mark’s Intimate Boho Wedding in Tennessee With Earth Tones and Pampas Grass by Jordan Roepke Photography 

Hello Friday and thank goodness for the weekend……in fact thank goodness for the bank holiday weekend and also for the school half term! We are off to Majorca next week, so I am currently busy prepping all of next weeks blog posts to make sure you have lots of wonderful content while I’m sat by the pool sipping on a cocktail. I am finishing the week with a real smasher of a wedding. Ana and Mark were married on 28th October 2023 in Murfreesboro, Tennessee and I have to say their intimate boho wedding really is an absolute beauty of a wedding. They went for a strong Boho theme, with plenty of pampas grass, earth tones of brown, tan, cream and gold and the most beautiful table layouts. The day is brimming with bohemian style and the most gorgeous decor, all brought to you courtesy of Jordan Roepke Photography.

Ana and Mark sought the same thing: a partner who shared their faith and long-term goals. So when they connected on Facebook Dating, it seemed like an instant match! They met at a Mexican restaurant for their first date, which lasted for hours as they chatted the evening away. When Mark was ready to propose, he whisked Ana away to the Lincoln County Fair — the site of a past date weekend — and popped the question right underneath the sign.

As they started wedding preparations, Ana dreamed of a boho design style with earth tones and pampas grasses. When the big day arrived, every detail aligned with her vision — from the mismatched tableware to the feathery pampas that filled the ceremony space and adorned reception tables. Ana and Mark tied the knot in an intimate waterfront ceremony in front of 20 of their closest loved ones, who all joined in a prayer circle to bless the newlywed couple. Throughout the space, warm tones of cream, gold, tan, and brown glowed in the light of golden hour as Ana and Mark celebrated the start of their new chapter as husband and wife.


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