18 Mar Lush White and Green Wedding | Steel Magnolia Barn
Green and white weddings have been especially popular as of late, delivering a simple yet timeless look that we’re here for! For their lush affair, Mary and Tyler wed at the remote Steel Magnolia Barn in Tennessee, surrounded by family and friends, plus their sweet golden retriever.
Mary wore a romantic a-line wedding dress featuring a lace bodice and fluffy skirt with horsehair trim. She paired it with a cathedral-length veil, a dainty rhinestone sash, and a lush bouquet of white and blush roses with fresh greenery. Tyler looked handsome in a classic black suit and dark green tie. For his boutonniere, we pinned him with a crisp white rose.
The pair’s white and green wedding palette was one of our favorites to date, with Mary’s bridesmaid in mismatched dresses. They wore a variety of green-blue hues, from a forest to seafoam and dove grey. To match the bride, they held equally beautiful bouquets of white roses and greenery. Tyler’s groomsmen were especially dapper with their brown leather suspenders.
The two hosted their outdoor ceremony adjacent to the wedding venue’s pond, beneath a floral adorned wooden arbor. It was dripping in greenery and white flowers for a simple yet romantic look. Along the aisle and pews, they opted for black lanterns overflowing with roses. While their ceremony decor was relatively simple, it allowed guests to bask in the lush outdoor setting.
After the ceremony, the group retired to the barn where fresh greenery was the decor of choice. It lined the banquet tables, along with candles, and was used to create a backdrop for the sweetheart table. Combined with the high ceilings and elegant chandeliers, it was a romantic reception. The pair enjoyed a cake-cutting ceremony and danced long into the night, for a wedding day that they’re sure to remember for a lifetime.
Thank you to Black Mountain Cinema for sharing the beautiful photos with us!
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