Faerber-Brown Wedding at the Foundry at the Fair Site
When I stepped into the large brick building, Brad and his groomsmen were buzzing around the foyer trying to get everything ready. Brad’s friends were checking on logistics. His soon-to-be step-sons were straightening their ties and fixing their hair. His father-in-law had a peaceful and contented smile on his face the whole time as he got ready and put on his boutonniere.
Kerrie was downstairs getting ready with her twin sister, daughter, and soon-to-be step-daughters. They were bubbly and laughing when I stepped in the door. Excitement spilled from all of them.
Kerrie and Brad’s families surrounded them as they each got ready to walk down the aisle. This wedding was a beautiful union of two families. Kerrie, her twin sons, and her daughter. Brad and his twin daughters. (Yes, there were lots of twins at this wedding!) Everyone helped each other get ready. It was a beautiful display of two families showing up for each other. Kerrie and Brad’s children did such a great job helping with everything and stood right beside their parents as they said their vows under a stunning floral arrangement.
They had the ceremony (and a killer afterparty) at the historic Foundry at the Fair Site in downtown Knoxville. This old brick building makes such a beautiful wedding venue! There was plenty of space for the ceremony, dinner, and a fabulous dance party afterwards. It’s large, grand, and full of deep wood and brick textures.
The reception was complete with a full buffet, line dancing, toasts, and lots more dancing! Oh, and let’s not forget the cupcake table with fabulous delicacies from Magpie’s Bakery. Brad and Kerrie also had a tiny wedding cake made, which sat between all the cupcakes.
Kerrie and Brad, congratulations to you both! I wish you many years of happiness! I’m so grateful I was able to witness your wedding from behind the lens.