Ben and Courtney’s blush and grey Tennessee wedding was both charming and elegant with a lush garden feel. We love that they chose to incorporate small touches that highlighted their personalities within their beautifully designed wedding day. With a love for blues music, they chose to have guests sign a guitar rather than a traditional guest book. They also made their way to the reception in the style of a New Orleans second line, which created a fun and memorable experience for both the couple and their guests.
From the feeling of elegant Southern charm with garden details and greenery chandeliers, to their love of music and the blues woven throughout the day, this couple created a beautiful cohesive day along with the guidance of their planner A Pryor Engagement. Every detail was meticulously thought out, and it created a day full of special moments for this couple and their guests. 3eight Photography truly brought their day to life with the intimate moments and the parade of celebrations, and we think you’ll love how everything came together!
It is clear that this couple created a fun day of celebration from beginning to end, and we love how they stuck with the music theme even as they ended the evening with a tambourine exit. So many subtle nods to their love of music, and it created the perfectly personal day without compromising their classic design style.
Are there subtle ways you’re looking to incorporate your personality in your wedding day? We’d love to hear them!
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Photographer: 3eight Photography // Venue: Woodruff-Fontaine House // Florist: Everbloom Design // Planner/Coordinator: A Pryor Engagement // Band: Ghost Town Blues Band // Bridal Shop: Maggie Louise // Bridesmaids Dresses: Bell Bridesmaid // Menswear: The Rogue // Paper Suite: Hopkins by Hand // Bakery: Miss Muffn Bakery // Catering: Another Roadside Attraction // Rentals: Mahaffey Tent
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