When a team like this gets together, magic happens. This natural outdoor Nashville wedding was designed to compliment the history of the brides family, and we love all of the special details that Ginny Au worked into the design with Tinge Floral, Signora e Mare and 12th table all captured beautifully by Rylee Hitchner. Keep reading for more on their inspiration.
From Ginny Au:
Cristina & Danny’s Nashville wedding was a tribute to the style and grace of this beautiful couple. They had a very clear vision of a wedding that embraced the union of their families and friends with an understated, eloquent design that welcomed their guests into a garden reception. Drawing inspiration from the brides Italian heritage, we chose muted, humble tones of olive greens and ivories mixed with gold and brass. Their reception tables were clothed in natural linens with the most exquisite organic Calligrpahy of Signora e Mare. The European influence was carried through to their seasonally inspired menu and of course an amazing Nashville band picking and strumming through the cocktail hour and reception. The amazing team of vendors that came together, including Tinge Floral from Utah, executed a beauteous event captured in all its beauty by Rylee.
Photography: Rylee Hitchner | Creative Direction & Styling: Ginny Au | Floral Design: Tinge Floral | Calligraphy & Paper: Signora e Mare | Rentals: 12th Table | Bride Hair & Makeup: Amanda Gros | Bridesmaids Hair & Makeup: Irrelephant | Videography: Anchor Heart Films | Reception Venue: Riverwood Mansion | Ceremony Location: Cathedral of Incarnation | Catering: Miel restaurant | Band: The Carmonas | Lighting: Bright Event Productions
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