6 Nashville Instagrammers You Need to Follow

//6 Nashville Instagrammers You Need to Follow
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In a city that’s moving and shaking as quickly as Nashville, it’s important to keep up. But that’s easier said than done, especially because there are so many sources of information, including social media.

We don’t know about you, but Instagram is one of our favorite social media platforms. It’s a highly visual medium where you can admire gorgeous shots of the city and discover new places. It’s also perfect for keeping up with your favorite local businesses too. If you’ve got a favorite bar, boutique, or coffee shop in town, chances are they have a impressively curated Instagram that showcases the business and shares information with followers.

To help you starting curating your own list of local Instagrammers, here are six of our favorite Nashville ‘grammers:


A photo posted by Mary Seng (@happilygrey) on

Mary Seng is a Nashville fashion blogger who showcases her favorite styles, travels, and haunts around the city. From coffee shops to natural spots, it’s clear Music City is near and dear to Seng’s heart. If you’re interested in the fashion scene in Nashville and beyond, this is a great account to follow.


Jackalope, one of Nashville’s wildly popular breweries, has an Instagram chock full of great pictures of the city and its beer enthusiasts. From promotions for upcoming events, to pictures of patrons’ pets, to shots from local sporting events, Jackalope does an excellent job of capturing the essence of the city and its wonderful residents.


InstaNashville is among the best accounts to follow if you want to know who’s doing what in the city and where. They also give a ton of support to local businesses. InstaNashville gives Nashvillians and wannabe-Nashvillians an inside look at some of the city’s coolest events, people, business owners, artists, and innovators.


A photo posted by OMG (@oldmadegood) on

Old Made Good is a serious contender for one of the most visually appealing Instagrams out of Nashville. Not only are their pictures stunning, but their products have a heart. Their handmade, repurposed, and vintage goods are sold for a reasonable price. From needlepoint, ceramics, handbags, clothing and shoes to dish sets, furniture and holiday decorations, Old Made Good has something for every taste. Their Instagram is perfect for anyone with a penchant for vintage goods and quirky novelties.


A photo posted by Frist Center (@fristcenter) on

The Frist Center is the premier location for visual art in Nashville, so it’s fitting that their Instagram is equally impressive. From videos with local artists and patrons, to sneak peeks of exhibits, to community events, the Frist’s Instagram is a great way to get acquainted with Nashville’s art scene, all way enjoying stunning visuals and staying up to date on all of their goings-on.


The Nashville Scene is the go-to magazine for Nashville events, op-eds on the state of the city and its inhabitants, and critiques of local and national happenings. The Scene promotes local businesses, highlights business owners, and covers every significant event that happens in Nashville. Their Instagram is a delightful showcase of what it means to be Nashvillian, with pictures from all over the city during every time of year.

*Editor’s Note: The post was originally published in 2014. However, it has since been updated to reflect the most current information.

image: Dean Drobot via Big Stock Photo

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