Sara and Jeremy’s elegant Nashville wedding was a stunning and southern fete. Growing up in the south, Sara had always dreamed of getting married in the backyard of her parent’s Bellemade home. When Jeremy popped the question, she started planning. Her vision was a very neutral palette of mixed metals and a draped tent filled with winter white florals. The outcome was so stunning and we cannot get over the floral lanterns that were hung inside the tent as chandeliers! For Sara’s paper goods, she wanted lots of white of course, accented with a pewter ink. Her custom wedding logo was the couple’s initials paired with an anchor as a nod to Jeremy’s time in the Navy. The wedding monogram was used on the wedding cake, menu cards, cocktail napkins, and even used as a mold on white chocolate favors for the wedding guests! We die cut the save the dates for a twist on the other traditional elements throughout! One of our favorite touches was the escort card board which was made to look like medals of honor. The military dress and pewter bridesmaids dresses paired with all white florals was breathtaking! This elegant Nashville wedding reminds us of a heightened and even more gorgeous version of the classic movie, “Father of the Bride!” Congrats to Sara and Jeremy!
Photography by: Amy Campbell Photography

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