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  • Hi, we're Modern Vintage. We love weddings, we love love & we love to sing while we set up. Our favorite part of the day is watching you, as a new couple, walk back down the aisle after the ceremony. That feeling of elation & pure joy is why we do what we do.

Monthly Archives: October 2012

Happy Halloween!

Happy Halloween! How cool are these Halloween inspired wedding cakes? Hope you all have a super sweet holiday! {Photos from left to right: 1. My Inspired Wedding; 2. Oh Gracie

Nashville Engagement: Heather + Ryan

Heather and Ryan are an awesome couple. Ok yes, so we think all of the couples that we work with are awesome. We’ve known Heather for a few and have even done some weddings with her (more on

What Type of Bride Are You?

Photo by Chris and Adrienne Scott, Photographers It is a question you may not ask yourself, but I think we all fall into a “type” of bride.  Back when I was planning (seven years ago)

What’s Your Wedding Dress Style?

When planning a wedding there are countless decisions to make. What time of year will it be? Should it be formal or informal? What colors do I want? Buffet or seated dinner? And on and on. It can get


Happy Tuesday!  We are really excited about a FUN bridal event we are participating in Monday, October 22nd in Murfreesboro.  If you have been to a bridal show (and I have and I do love them) then

DIYF: Book Page Pumpkins

In keeping with the fall, Octoberish theme, the craft I have for you today is pretty fun. Btw, I LOVE decorating my house. When the seasons change I get all giddy as I squeeze into our big storage

DIYF: Freaky Friday, Mason Jar Mummies

October is here! Yes it it is the month for changing leaves and amazing fall festivals and weddings but it is also Halloween time!  I LOVE  Halloween. I love dressing up and decorating and all the

Simply Southern Marketplace

At Modern Vintage we love to craft. I know that comes as a shocker to you guys.  When I saw that an adorable new shop was opening on the square in Murfreesboro a light bulb went off.  Jessie and I