Tokyo to Tennessee : Nashville Destination Wedding

Tokyo to Tennessee : Nashville Destination Wedding

Photos by McCoy Made

Planning a Nashville destination wedding from Tokyo may sound like a daunting task, but Miwa Shimizu and Chris Jones created a stunning July 10 Cedarwood celebration in one visit with our design team.

This summer garden wedding is the essence of casual elegance, but it is the merging of cultures that enchants us. Miwa and Chris are a global couple who navigate continental nuances with sophistication and grace. Their McCoy Made wedding photography expresses the power of love to bring together two people from opposite sides of the globe.

We are touched by their union, and the beautiful details of their wedding, and grateful they found Cedarwood! Enjoy Miwa and Chris’ magical wedding and celebration through the stellar talent that is McCoy Made.


Thanks Chris and Miwa, for leaving a bit of yourselves at our historic Tennessee farm. We hope you will stay in contact with Cedarwood. Blessings.

Linda & the Cedarwood Event Team

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2 Comments


  1. Very very nice, well covered I am sure the couple are thrilled

  2. What a fun, unique wedding! And I love the place settings and centerpieces.

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