Drawing inspiration from the space at Riverwood Mansion, they chose to incorporate a subtle river theme with blue tones, watercolor washes, river rocks, and organic textures and shapes throughout the tabletop design. We love that Gradient & Hue pulled local flowers and foraged greenery that paired beautifully alongside the small batch ceramic pottery from Christina Cohn Ceramics that enriched the organic vibe.
We think you’ll love how they pulled so many unique details to bring this design together, and hope it inspires you just as much as it did us!
Don’t you just love the beautiful layers this style created? One of our favorite elements were the craft cocktails by Bar Magnolia served on the simple bar cart draped with a fabric bar menu created by Authentic by Frani. It added a fun, whimsical feel, and definitely added a unique element to this romantic look!
VENDORS WHO MADE IT ALL HAPPEN…
Planning/Design/Styling: The Gifford Collective // Photographer: Gray Kammera Photography // Venue: Riverwood Mansion // Florist: Gradient & Hue // Paper Goods/Calligrapher: Authentic by Frani // Silk Ribbon: A Ribbon’s Nest // Pottery: Christina Cohn Ceramics // Rentals: Liberty Party Rental // Cake & Macarons: Baked in Nashville // Cocktails: Bar Magnolia // Hair/Makeup: Cate Hair // Bridal Gown: Melrose by Amy Kuschel // Bridal Boutique: The Bride Room // Ring: Trumpet & Horn
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