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Kincaid House Wedding Day In Knoxville, Tennessee


Kincaid House Wedding Day In Knoxville, Tennessee

Paige and Jake’s wedding day at the Kincaid House in Knoxville, Tennessee was filled with so many beautiful moments. These two are surrounded by so many incredible humans who love and support them and it truly made capturing their day much fun! The wedding day details were immaculate and filled with bold vibrant colors unique to their personalities and love. From their first look to their fun sparkler send-off, Paige and Jake shared so many emotional and intentional moments together. Come see what it looks like having me by your side at The Kincaid House during your wedding in Knoxville, Tennessee!

Kincaid House Wedding Day In Knoxville, Tennessee

The Kincaid House In Knoxville, Tennessee

The Kincaid House wedding venue is a hidden gem nestled in Clinton, TN just North of Knoxville! It features a dutch colonial home and a traditional English garden with an epic tower gazebo made of stone from the original Norris Dam build. This stone tower makes for an absolutely stunning backdrop for exchanging your vows. The colonial home is filled with vintage home decor and makes for a beautiful setting for all of your indoor getting-ready moments. The Kincaid House is the most dreamy wedding venue inside and out!

A Look Into Their Emotional & Beautiful Wedding In Tennessee

The day started with Paige and her closest friends getting their hair and makeup was done by one of her sweet friends in the stunning bridal suite at the Kincaid House! There were so many sweet moments during the getting ready portion of the day, but one of my favorite moments was when Paige and Jake wanted to implement the “ring warming” tradition into their day. This is a tradition that can be traced back to Ireland and involves the loved ones of the bride and groom passing their wedding rings around to send a silent blessing or good energy into the rings as “well wishes” for the couple.


Over in the Groom’s suite, Jake and his friends were having so much getting ready with the help of a professional barber who came in to offer beard trims, and hair cuts, and even came prepared with curling irons to make sure everyone was looking and feeling amazing! After both Paige and Jake were dressed and ready, it was time for the first of a few emotional “first looks” of the day. Their reaction to seeing each other was so incredibly sweet and it was followed by incredibly powerful private vows. Paige also exchanged a first look with her parents and with her sweet bridesmaids before the ceremony and they were all just such special moments to capture! The love was absolutely pouring out of everyone in attendance.


Jake and Paige had a beautiful ceremony in the English gardens at the Kincaid House beneath the towering gazebo as their friends and families looked on. One of my favorite parts of their ceremony (besides them getting married- yay!) was the epic entrance from their “Flower-bro” who absolutely slayed their flower petal-throwing duties! After the ceremony, it was time to celebrate! Dinner, dancing, toasts, and a sparkler send-off were the perfect finale to a perfect wedding day! I’m so happy I had the opportunity to capture all these beautiful memories for Paige and Jake!

Bring Me Along For Your Knoxville Wedding Day!

If you are looking to have me capture all your emotional, intentional, and in-between moments of your wedding day in Knoxville, Tennessee then count me in! I would be honored to be a part of your day next! Fill out my contact form and we can get started on making sure your day is perfect!


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Vendors

Venue: The Kincaid House | Day of Coordinator: Vanessa Smith | Catering: Taqueria La Herradura | Hair + Makeup: Grace Deyo from Stellaluna Salon | Dress: White Lace and Promises | Bouquets: Natasha Fine

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