Parker is originally from Vermont and Allison grew up in Franklin, TN.  As their relationship grew so did their love for Nashville.  Throughout their courtship, they gathered a collection of favorite places to go and eat, and when it came time to propose, Parker made good use of the information.

The proposal was a personalized scavenger hunt, with each special place they went Allison received a new clue.  The clues began with “four-wheeled food” which meant one of their favorite places, Mas Tacos.  The “hunt” ended with a walk to Dragon Park where Parker proposed at midnight. 

And nearly three years after they first met, the two got married on Nov. 5 at Samary Plantation in Eagleville in front of 115 guests. And just like in a fairy tale, right as they were pronounced man and wife, a pair of horses whinnied and ran off into the sunset.

The ceremony and reception were held at Samary Plantation, a sprawling horse farm in Eagleville. The two were married in front of an old log cabin with rolling hills as the backdrop, and the reception was in the carriage house.

The bride's cousin, Tiffany Rainey, did the flower arrangements with hydrangeas, antique roses, purple dahlias and wheatgrass stalks.

Because of their love of local food, Allison and Parker had Mas Tacos cater the event out of their vintage food truck.  Cupcake Collection provided the cupcakes in sweet potato, chocolate and classic wedding cake. Local drinks were even served, with Yazoo beer and Corsair gin for the couple's favorite cocktail, a gin and tonic. Guests received wedding favors that were representative of the groom's home state of Vermont, apple cider jelly from a mill near his parent's house.