Hello Lovelies! Today we have Pamela and Kenny’s glamorous wedding at the Noah Liff Opera Center to share with you. Such a sweet couple, they hosted both the wedding ceremony and reception in this modern space with stunning results. The elegant draping created an intimate setting for the couple’s nuptials with large purple arrangements flanking the altar. Similar flowers graced the reception, this time with a touch of bling. Timeless, modern and elegant – it doesn’t get much better than that when it comes to weddings 🙂
We also teamed up with Nashville wedding planner, CJ Dixon of Williamson County Weddings and Events – this indoor venue was a change from the outdoor events she regularly plans but you would never know it! Additionally, credit goes to Meishach Moore Photography for the beautiful photos below. Congratulations to our happy couple – it was such a pleasure being part of your special day. We wish you the most happy years ahead!
~The Enchanted Florist
Southall Eden proved the perfect backdrop for Katie and Chad’s Nashville farm wedding – located south of Nashville near Leiper’s Fork, this venue is known for wedding inspired by the gorgeous country side where the property sits. Charming, sweet, romantic, timeless were just a few words that came to mind as we looked at the amazing pictures from Justin Wright Photography of Katie and Chad’s special day. Their overwhelming love, contrasted by a simple mix of white and blue blooms, rustic decor and vintage details, is obvious in the photos below. Her bridal bouquet of baby’s breath and white hydrangeas, along with baby’s breath bridesmaid bouquet was a departure from what is trending in wedding flowers but the result was unique and perfect for a farm wedding.
You can see more pictures from Katie and Chad’s sweet wedding at the Southall Eden Blog… to such a sweet couple, we wish you many, many year of wedded bliss. It was our pleasure to share in such a special day – congrats! 🙂
Another amazing and sweet Tenneesse Farm Wedding at Southall Eden… how can you not fall in love with all the vintage and autumn inspired details of Heather and Micheal’s big day? We loved working with this couple, bringing their fall wedding to life using a mix of dahlias, roses, bittersweet, yellow craspedia, and touches of wheat. While the color palette definitely felt fall, we stayed in a more muted tones adding to the romance and vintage feel.
To see more pictures from Heather and Michael’s sweet wedding, head over to Williamson County Weddings and Events Blog. They were the couple’s planner for the affair and things could not have been more perfect. And of course We would be remiss without crediting the amaing shooter behind these stunning pictures. Thanks to Mobley Photography for all the fun pictures!
Heather and Michael – Once again congrats to you both… loved bringing your vision to life 🙂