Yeah! Summer is officially here (well, it’s not techinically June 21 but close enough for us!). This time of year, Team Enchanted is busy, busy, busy creating wedding flowers for our beautiful brides. Many embrace a long standing trend in summer weddings – a bright and colorful bridal bouquet. Today we are sharing some favorite inspiration from past weddings 🙂
As a summer bride you’ll be looking for bright and colorful blooms to create a fun, youthful, and exciting wedding. Keep in mind that just because you’re using bright colors doesn’t mean you can’t mix and match. If you’re not too keen on all that color you can mix in a more muted palette and keep a single bold color, like a bright pink or dark purple. Mixing different colors will get totally different and awesome results. Use cool colors (like blues) for a softer romantic tone, or warm true colors (full reds or yellows) for a lively and electric feel. One of the best parts of using bright colors is that they go with almost any venue or style that you dream of having. We’d love to talk to you more about making your dreams come true, and we can’t wait to bring your bright, bold look to life.
~ The Enchanted Florist
Big thanks as always to all the great photographers that let us use their amazing photographs… including Brooke Kelly Photography, The Collection, Kristyn Hogan, Paul Rowland, Joe Hendricks Photography, Love is a Big Deal, and Andrea Hallgren Photography. If we missed you, please leave a comment and we will be sure to add your credit
Couples getting married at CJ’s Off the Square often do so in their signature gazebo located in their backyard garden, next to the reception pavilion. Picturesque, timeless and with space for an intimate wedding of 135 guests, the space is also remarkably versatile. Team Enchanted has been fortune to have created many of the unique looks for the couples married here. Below we have gathered up a few images from favorite wedding over the past couple years to inspire your wedding ceremony vision.
And for those of you without plans to marry at this historic location, know that many of these designs are easily transformed to fit a church altar, Jewish Chuppah, arched doorway, or even an empty hilltop (where we can create a custom “gazebo” from scratch!). Until then, enjoy a little wedding ceremony inspiration from a favorite wedding venue, here in Nashville 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
Big thanks as always to all the great photographers that send me these pictures… including Jen & Chris Creed Photography, Paul Rowland, Dove Wedding Photography, Rachel Moore, Joe Hendricks Photography, Madi Flournoy, and lots more! If I missed you, please leave a comment and I will be sure to add your credit 🙂
CJ’s Off the Square in Franklin was the backdrop Rena and Andy’s wedding day – one we are super excited to share with you today! Black and white is a timeless color combination that lends itself to traditional, elegant weddings but is not something we commonly do at CJ’s garden style venue. That said, the couple’s vision worked perfectly in this space as we leaned heavily on white flowers and decor, adding a dramatic pops of black with the chairs, centerpiece containers, and draping on the gazebo – the end result was sophisticated, soft and sooo perfect!
Paul Rowland once again makes this whole wedding photography thing look easy. His images below are stunningly gorgeous, effortlessly capturing the relaxed feel of a summer wedding in Tennessee. You can see more of his work from Rena and Andy’s wedding day at his website, here.
Congratulations to the happy couple! Thank you for letting our team bring your unique, elegant and chic vision to life. We wish you nothing but happiness for the years ahead 🙂
~The Enchanted Florist
Paul Rowland is quickly becoming a favorite Nashville Photographer of ours and today we are super excited to share another wedding captured by his talented eye. Vibrant purples, indigo and fuschia combined for Jessica and Brandon’s jewel toned wedding at CJs Off the Square in Franklin. Brandon looked sharp in his military dress uniform and Jessica was stunning in her lace wedding gown and the bright color palette was the perfect punch of energy for their early morning wedding and celebration – even the bride’s shoes were bright pink!. With dark plum linens, the guests’ table arrangements were simple, tall hurricane vases with Gerber daisies as well as colored vases with purple Lisianthus… so pretty 🙂
To see more pictures of Jessica’s and Brandon’s sweet summer wedding, check out Paul’s blog here. Biggest congrats to the newlyweds – we loved working with you both and wish you many happy years ahead!
~The Enchanted Florist
That’s all we could say after looking at the gorgeous pictures from Paul Rowland Photography of Amanda and Jimmy’s recent wedding at Front Porch Farms. Below we are happy to share a bevy of blooming goodness from their gorgeous wedding flowers. Opting for an eclectic mix of country wildflowers in mason jars, all in sweet shades of pink and accented by hints of yellow craspedia and yarrow, the final look is gorgeously simple and romantic. We even found a few spots for a succulent or two among the wispy greenery making this is one of our favorites of the past spring. Set to the backdrop of the picturesque countryside, rolling hills, and breathtaking views of Front Porch Farms… all we can do is smile.
For insanely awesome picture from Paul, be sure to visit his website. To Amanda and Jimmy – we LOVED be a part of your wedding day and wish you much happiness for years to come! Congrats! 🙂