A Rustic, Elegant Wedding at the Homestead at Cloudland Station in Chattanooga, Tennessee

Surrounded by family and friends, Ali Vischetti (25 and in public relations) and Corey Hutchins (30 and in orthopedic sales) celebrated becoming husband and wife at the rustic Homestead at Cloudland Station, a picturesque outdoor venue in Chattanooga, Tennessee, their hometown. With Lookout Mountain in the background, the couple exchanged vows in front of the Homestead’s pond, and afterward celebrated with dinner in the barn and dancing on the lawn. Ali and Corey outfitted their fete with a neutral palette of white, blush, champagne and gold, giving their wedding a timeless and romantic style. Greek, Italian and Southern food stations kept guests well-fed. “My mom is Greek, my dad is Italian, Corey's mom is Italian, and we were born and raised in the South,” Ali says. “We had a huge spread of food: chicken souvlaki, pork shoulder, salmon and fried chicken. It was delicious!” During the newlyweds' first dance, to Lionel Richie's "You Are," they lost power twice, but that didn't stop them. “Everyone started turning on their cellphone lights and cheering, so we kept dancing until the power came back,” Ali says. The DJ kept the music going all night. Leading up to the wedding, Ali’s Greek cousins taught the groom’s family their Greek dances. “It wouldn't be a big, fat Greek wedding without Greek dancing at our reception,” Ali says. “The dance floor was packed once the Greek music came on!" —Marissa Hermanson