Nashville Vintage Wedding Photography | Vintage Junky, Spring Hill, TN

It all started with an email from a fellow photographer. How could I not know this amazing shoppe was right under my nose in my own small town? I’m pretty sure this is the only cool thing in our town, so I had to investigate.  I emailed Michelle from Vintage Junky and told her I just had to come in & couldn’t wait to meet the girl behind these treasures.

As soon as I did, I fell in love.  Do you ever just walk into a place and it feels like it was made for your? Thanks, Michelle, for making a store completely dedicated to things I want to have! ha Upon paying for my found treasures, I told her I would have to come back and snap a few pictures for fun. Sometimes a little personal project can come in all shapes and sizes and this was JUST what I needed.

Before I knew it, we had made arrangements for Michelle to redo my bedroom furniture and for me to take her family photos this Spring…with her vintage trailer, Hazel, included! Total excitement!

It is SO SO SO important for me to find amazing local shoppes and support them.  I promise, you do not want to miss out on a trip to Vintage Junky, so be sure to check out their website & blog, but for those of you reading who are not local, you can also shop for some of these items below on Etsy.

Michelle’s husband is the artist behind all of their custom chalkboard signs.  A must have for, oh, just about anything! And of course, they custom paint your items, so if Thanks for letting me poke around and shoot for a bit! 🙂

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  • sarah costa - WOW Can I move in there..what a fantastic place!ReplyCancel

  • Amelia Moore - Oh my!! In spring hill?? I have to check this out– thanks for sharing 🙂 the photos are awesome!ReplyCancel

  • michelle - this is amazing!!!ReplyCancel

  • Kellie - Love, love, love!!
    I have a very similar story. I wanted to do something different and try my hand at product photos so I emailed the local gift shop which is stocked full of pretty things and they were more than pleased for me to have a practice.
    It developed into a great friendship and made some good contacts between us 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Amanda - Oh Jenny I just adore that place! I’ve purchased a few pieces for my own home and just want to buy it all. You realize this post has gave me a vintage junky craving. Thanks – beautiful photography by the way!ReplyCancel

  • Debbie Bates - Michelle, I have been wanting to come see your shop, thanks for a sneek peek. It is everything I thought it would be knowing you. That lil man sure does put an extra shine to it as well. Love DebbieReplyCancel

  • Rachelle Manning - such an awesome find! drooling over each image… wish i could hop on a plane to visit. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Amelia Moore - So – I went by yesterday and LOVED the store!! YOU TOTALLY captured the essence & style of the store. THANKS AGAIN!ReplyCancel

  • Charlotte - Wow, I love this store. Some neat things!ReplyCancel

  • Melissa Bulfone - OMG. The shop and pictures are stunning. I love looking around such cool stores like this. I’m a country girl at heart. I wish I can’t wait to check out what is available online. <3ReplyCancel

  • A Few of My Favorite Things | Jenny Cruger » Girl Hearts Camera Photography - […] I am super lucky to have this fabulous store minutes from my house and it’s rare that I go a few weeks without stopping in to buy something (today, I may have purchased a new desk for the studio).  Michelle and CJ are just awesome and I love supporting local, little shops like this whether I am buying things for my business or things for me.You can see more of the images I took there right over here. […]ReplyCancel