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

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Blue + White Kind of Night

This couple chose simple blue and white for their reception held at the beautifully ornate Hermitage Hotel. Adding in bits of green to make the colors pop, we created a fresh and elegant look by mixing Hydrangeas, Roses, Hypericum Berries, and Delphinium. The silver candelabras on the head table and the cascading Hydrangeas on the cake were undoubtedly show stoppers. We loved designing for this couple and wish them all the best in their life together!







Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Vibrantly Timeless

This ceremony, held at Covenant Presbyterian Church, is a perfect example of how bright colors can be used elegantly for a traditional wedding. The vibrant bouquets contrasted beautifully against the delicate grey/blue lace of the bridesmaids dresses. The colors transitioned wonderfully to the indoor/outdoor reception held at Vanderbilt's University Club. We found it was the perfect combination to capture a timeless look that still maintained that fun summer feel.







Congratulations to our friends, Lane and Kendrick! We could not be happier to be a part of your special day and wish you many blessings in your life together!

Photography: Mary Rosenbaum
http://www.maryrosenbaum.com

Friday, August 22, 2014

Rock Island

Abby and David held their ceremony and reception at a Rock Island private residence. They chose a simple mix of wildflowers that fit in perfectly with the existing scenery and created a soft color palette. And what a perfect place for Baby's Breath! We had so much fun using collections of old milk bottles and pieces of driftwood to create unique centerpieces. The overall look turned out beautiful, organic, and effortless. We hope they were as excited about the end result as we were!






Congratulations to the happy couple! Thank you for choosing us to be a part of your big day!

Photography: Justin Wright
http://justinwrightphoto.com





Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Franklin Farm Wedding

This couple held their ceremony and reception at Harpeth Westover Farm in Franklin, a private residence that still maintains it's original hand-painted wallpaper and silver collections. What an amazing setting to work with! We mixed baby's breath with soft colors in gorgeous silver goblets and vases to create a natural yet sophisticated look. We loved exploring ways to capture both the simplicity of the farm and the elegance of this historic home.



Congratulations Alex and William! Thanks for letting us take part in your special day! 

Photography: Carter Andrews




Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Summer Wedding for a Scientist

This bride married a Scientist and they held both their ceremony and reception at Belle Meade Country Club in May. They found ways to make the decor very personal to them and even had us come up with ways to incorporate beakers into the flower arrangements. The color palette contained a variation of soft colors and brights, which created a nice balance for the look as a whole and was perfect for an early summer wedding. We had so much fun designing for this couple and owe them thanks for allowing us to be a part of their special day!






Wednesday, July 9, 2014

An Australian Twist

This Belle Meade bride met her groom in Australia, where they both currently reside. We had so much fun creating their eclectic look using a variety of antiqued brass candlesticks and a myriad of different flowers and textures. We also loved being able to incorporate little touches of Australia- Protea plants for the bridesmaids and Kangaroo Paw in all the arrangements! We are in love with how elegant this natural and unique look came together.





 It's all about the little details. Loving the touches of Rosemary on the menus and pew markers.

Congratulations Matt and Eliza! Thanks for letting us be a part of your special day! 

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Pattern and Pops of Color



This Cheekwood wedding gives a wonderful example of how to use bright colors and fun patterns, yet still create a very sophisticated look. The navy and white table runners are softened by the natural greens and whites and complimented by the pops of hot color in the flower arrangements. What a fun and beautiful look for an outdoor summer wedding!





It was a beautiful day for an outdoor ceremony and we love the way it all turned out. The arbor we created fit perfectly into the Cheekwood garden.

Congratulations to Erin and Dallas! We loved being a part of your special day!

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Orange and Cotton



This couple found a unique way to add a southern touch to their colorful wedding by using cotton in their arrangements. Integrating bits of white cotton amongst the bright pops of orange created such an interesting textural palette and looked beautiful against the varying blue and grey backdrops. We absolutely love how the overall look turned out. 

Using complimentary colors (such as blue and orange) is a great way to do the bold color pop look.