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Modern Museum Wedding | Tennessee State Museum

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Modern Museum Wedding | Tennessee State Museum

Hosted at the breathtaking Tennessee State Museum, Betsy and Justin’s wedding was a fun and elegant affair. With a classic white and green color palette, their floral arrangements were absolutely timeless. Keep reading to get inspired by their modern museum wedding in Downtown Nashville!

The Couple

Betsy looked stunning in a white fit and flare wedding dress. It featured a deep v-neckline, a low back, and a billowing tulle overskirt. Her accessories included a knee-length veil. For her bridal bouquet, we created an organic white and green arrangement starring ranunculus, roses, and hydrangeas. Her handsome groom wore a classic black tuxedo pinned with a white bloom.

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The Wedding Party

Matching their formal theme, their wedding party rocked a black and white ensemble. The girls wore matching black bridesmaid dresses with elegant high halter necklines. Their arrangements, although the same color as the brides feature smaller blooms and more spray. The groomsmen wore the same black tuxedos as the groom, along with matching bow ties and boutonnieres.

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The Wedding Ceremony

The pair opted to host their ceremony in the museum rotunda, using the large floor-to-ceiling windows as a backdrop. They did not have flowers for the ceremony, opting instead to use them for a grand entrance. The large marble staircase was lined entirely with baby’s breath. With similar arrangements placed on top of acrylic boxes to frame the doorway!

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The Wedding Reception

Following their nuptials, the two retired to the grand hall for a formal reception. Here, a mix of round and rectangular tables were dressed in black linens. The centerpieces consisted of a mix of both short and tall arrangements. The shorter arrangements featured ranunculus, roses and hydrangeas. While the tall centerpieces overflowed with baby’s breath. Other tablescapes featured simple white and green garlands made of baby’s breath. We’re so honored to have been a part of Betsy and Justin’s modern museum wedding and we wish them a lifetime of happiness!

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A special thank you to Chelsea Rochelle Photography for sharing these beautiful images from their day with us!

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