Black Tie Opulence | Real Wedding at Country Music Hall of Fame with Fête Nashville | Enchanted Florist
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Black Tie Opulence | Real Wedding at Country Music Hall of Fame with Fête Nashville

Black Tie Opulence | Real Wedding at Country Music Hall of Fame with Fête Nashville

Alexis and Jared’s black-tie affair was a chic city soiree with white florals and dramatic design aplenty! Our friends at Fête Nashville pulled together all the glamorous details, including a traditional chuppah adorned with white dahlias, hydrangeas, roses, white stock and greenery. The beautiful couple tied the knot at Country Music Hall of Fame, where the bride stunned as she carried a luxe bouquet with lush greenery cascading down so far that it was practically gliding on the floor! Swoon!

Dinner swept guests into a spectacular icy winter garden, where centerpieces of silver trees glistened with crystals draped delicately from sparkling branches. A lush amount of white hydrangeas and white lilies were carefully strewn throughout the tables – there were so many florals that guests felt as if they were truly dining in a garden!

For added drama, we added white hurricane candles in tall glass vases wrapped in silver for extra shine. Our guests of honor enjoyed special seating, where sweet white stock marked their special chairs. The bride and groom enjoyed their first meal atop extra special place settings with a white dahlia atop the silver china.

Thanks so much to Sara at Fête Nashville – it is always such a joy to create and work alongside you! Our deepest thanks to the talented Mary Rosenbaum for sharing these lovely photos with us!