Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Monochromatic Magic


This couple held their ceremony and reception at the beautiful Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. A gorgeous venue on it's own, it's hard to go wrong when choosing decor. It's the perfect place to try a unique look, such as a monochromatic palette. Our bride knew exactly what she wanted- purple, purple, purple! By using varying shades of the chosen color and an array of textures in the flowers, we were able to create an elegant look with a modern twist that fit the setting perfectly and captured the personality of the couple. 



We lined the ceremony aisle with purple rose petals and marked the pews with purple Hydrangeas.


On the head table, we used bubble glass vases holding single orchid stems for a delicate but modern feel. They were lined down the center of the table in between two large arrangements that stood tall, carrying weight in the grand ballroom.




Congratulations Laura and Ben! We loved being a part of your special day!


PHOTOGRAPHY: Erin Allender (The Photography Collection)
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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Garden Glory

We loved designing for Ashley and Will's big day. The reception was held at Pontotoc Farms following a ceremony at West End United Methodist Church. We used soft creams and blush tones paired with rich, flowing greenery for a romantic feel. We especially had fun creating the tall centerpieces by wrapping greenery around large wire orbs, which sat on a bed of flowers atop cream concrete candlesticks. Instead of using wooden boxes on the long tables (as often seen at rustic farm weddings), we used mossed boxes for unique, and overall softer arrangements. This upscale garden look is a perfect way to achieve elegance in an outdoor, casual setting.




Congratulations to the happy couple! Thanks for choosing us to be part of the special day!


Photography: Brooke Boling 
http://brookebolingweddings.com


Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Green Door Gourmet

This was one of our favorite weddings last fall. Our very creative bride, Sarah, collected old bottles for her centerpieces and picked a color scheme perfect for an October wedding at Green Door Gourmet. We used flowers with a variety of shapes and textures to create her unique look, grouping together the varying vintage bottles in small collections on top of corrugated tin pedestals. We loved adorning the existing wooden arbor for the outdoor ceremony, and we had so much fun with all the little details; crates on the stairs with flowers spilling out, pew markers on the fruitwood chairs, and a floral crown for the bride. There are so many ways to create a uniquely beautiful look in a rustic, natural setting!
Congratulations to the happy couple! We loved being a part of your special day!
 Photography: Michael Doerman

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Soft Colors + Sentiment




Kimberly and Dave held their wedding and reception at scenic Trinity View Farms. They chose soft peaches and creams mixed in with different kinds of greenery which created an airy, natural look. The bride adorned the barn with hand-drawn chalkboard signs, antique decor, and pictures. The personal touches made for a very intimate setting unique to the couple. We enjoyed getting creative as well, making garland for the head table and an oversized wreath to hang in the doorway. We had so much fun designing for this couple and hope they were as pleased as we were with the outcome!









Congratulations Kimberly and Dave! Thanks for choosing us to be a part of your special day!

Photography: Katie Painter
Katiepainterphotography.com