A Formal Orange Wedding in Nashville, Tennessee
Cyndi and Daniel
Cyndi Thomson was scheduled to spend nine hours shooting an interview for a television program about her fast-rising country-music career. She answered the reporter's questions while Daniel Goodman, the show's production manager, sat quietly nearby. Cyndi noticed his good looks and gentle demeanor. As the crew packed up at day's end, Cyndi asked someone to invite Daniel along to dinner. "I didn't know anything about him, but leaving without him just seemed impossible," she says. On that September night, the two broke away from the group and talked for hours. Both left knowing they had met the person they were going to marry.
Woodmont Christian Church, where the couple married.
The bride carries a bouquet of 'Orange Unique' roses, hypericum fruits, and lemon leaves.
Father of the Bride
Cyndi's father, Russ Thomson, gets a boutonniere.
Programs are covered in silk, tied with ribbon.
Groomsmen outside the church.
Bridesmaids in Jim Hjelm gowns.
Bubbles with butterfly-topped wands.
Guest-room gifts include hometown souvenirs: turf-grass seeds and peanuts from Tifton, and candy and snow globes from Nashville.
The couple departs in a vintage car.
Wedding Gown: Vera Wang
Wedding Coordinator: Susan Goodman of Divine Occasions
Church: Woodmont Christian Church, 615-297-8563, ext. 211
Reception Site: the Ballroom at Convent Place
Catering: Chef's Market, 615-851-2433
Cake: Tea & Co., 615-367-5030
Disc Jockey: Chris Faulk
Invitations and Programs: Alexis Goodman Design, 615-790-6650
Flowers: Import Flowers
Bridal Bouquet and Boutonnieres: Surroundings, 615-463-3656
Linens: Southern Station, 229-382-1900
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