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Parker and Conner Graves



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Story by Kayla Fugate | Photography by Paige Michelle Taylor Photography

Parker (Steen) and Conner Graves began their journey two years ago in Nashville, TN. Parker was in cosmetology school at Aveda Institute and Conner was working a full-time job. The pair met at a Drake concert. Parker had box seats and while she was grabbing drinks ran into Phil Sadler, a mutual friend of the couple. “I invited them to the box with us, and not even ten minutes later, I was hitting it off with Conner,” says Parker.

A year and a half later, the couple had a beautiful baby girl, Sloan Graves. Conner proposed first thing in the morning. “He got down on one knee before I was even out of bed!” says Parker.

The couple knew they were going to have a huge guest list, and they wanted a beautiful venue. Highland Stables fit all of their requirements. “We loved everything about it,” says Parker. They were married on September 22, 2018.

BRIDE’S PARENTS Kellie Steen and Kevin Steen
GROOM’S PARENTS Lisa and Eric Graves
USHERS Harrison Zeitlin and Nolan Adams
FLOWER GIRLS Sloan Graves
RING BEARERS Hudson and Sullivan Graves
CEREMONY AND RECEPTION VENUE Highland Stables
LOCATION Bowling Green, Kentucky
MAID OF HONOR Kirby Gooding
BRIDESMAIDS Emma Napier, Haley Pannell, Madeline Lindsey, Tori Dillard, Shea Sanson, Allie McGinty, Courtlyn Hurt, Renee Pollard and Ramsey Williams
BEST MAN Nick Bateman
GROOMSMEN Luke Graves, Ryan Spray, Patrick Spray, Jae Craycraft, Roy McGinty, Richard Howden, Daniel Dugan, Max Steen and Reid Steen

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