26 Jan Elegant Neutral Wedding | CJ’s Off the Square
CJ’s Off the Square was a dreamy setting for Amanda and Brantley’s big day! Hosted in the summertime the two opted for a neutral palette consisting of crisp white, champagne, and a soft blush – a classic choice for the black-tie optional affair. Get inspired for your own Nashville nuptials when you take a look at this elegant neutral wedding starring orchids and roses.
The Blushing Bride
A classically romantic bride, Amanda wore a strapless fit and flare wedding dress. It featured a simple design with a sheer v-neckline and a long train. She paired it with a cathedral veil, crystal jewelry, and a dainty tiara. Her cascading bridal bouquet was made up of large white orchids and blush roses, for a subtle pop of color. Brantley looked handsome in a black suit with a silk tuxedo, complete with a white bow tie and handkerchief. He was pinned with a white orchid boutonniere for a luxe look.
A Black-Tie Wedding Party
The couple’s wedding party was equally striking, in a blush and black ensemble. The bridesmaids wore matching fit and flare dresses from Amsale Jaylin. White and blush roses made up their simple bridal bouquets. It was a stunning look that perfectly suited the color scheme and style of the elegant neutral wedding! The groomsmen dressed to match Brantley in black suits, minus the best. His white bow tie subbed for black, and the orchid boutonniere for a white rose.
Elegant Neutral Wedding Reception
Following a ceremony at their church, Amanda and Brantley gathered with their friends and family at CJ’s open-air reception space. It offered a gorgeous view of the garden and the bright summer foliage. White drapery and bistro lights dressed up the interior. A glittering chandelier hung above a monogram-emblazoned dance floor. Guests sat at round tables with luxe centerpieces made of hydrangeas and roses, in glass stands and gold vases. A bright garland made of white and blush roses decorated the wedding party table. Florals on gold geometric stands sat on either side of the bride and groom, made of the same blush and white roses. Plus, fluffy white hydrangeas and a smattering of orchids.
It was a beautiful day that our team is proud to have been a part of. A special thank you to Kendall Parsons Photography for sharing the images from their day with us!
Obsessed with Amanda and Brantley’s elegant neutral wedding flowers? Contact our team at email@example.com to recreate this luxe look, or for help coming up with a design that is uniquely you. We can’t wait to be a part of your big day!