09 Feb Moody Bohemian Wedding | Riverwood Mansion
White, red, toffee, and bold bursts of copper are a trendy palette for a floral-focused boho wedding! Even more so when hosted in the gardens at the beautiful Riverwood Mansion in Tennessee. If you’ve been dreaming of a bold wedding that will leave a lasting impression on your guests, check out the details from Brooke and Jared’s moody copper bohemian wedding.
Modern Bohemian Bride
We’re obsessed with Brooke’s wedding day look, specifically her simple fit and flare wedding dress. It featured a deep v-neckline and long sleeves with a train that matched perfectly. Her bridal bouquet contrasted the bright dress, made of toffee and champagne roses, black night pincushion scabiosa, white anthurium, and feather grass. Jared dressed to complement his bride in a velvet toffee-colored suit with a satin lapel. His boutonniere was made of dark scabiosa and bunny tails! Their pups attended the ceremony, outfitted with simple floral collars.
Velvet Copper Bridal Party
The couple’s on-trend wedding party rocked a moody bohemian look. The girls wore velvet copper bridesmaid dresses and carried bouquets made of toffee and champagne roses. Fresh greenery and orange leaves helped fill them out. Their groomsmen complemented Jared in black suits and white dress shirts, pinned with scabiosa boutonnieres. White velvet ties matched the ‘maids.
Moody Bohemian Wedding
The ceremony took place in the garden and starred an array of bold floral decor. Bundles of roses and dark greenery lined the aisle way. Their ceremony backdrop consisted of an arbor featuring velvet drapery and asymmetrical flower arrangements. They consisted of the same toffee, white, and burgundy blooms as those in the handheld bouquets. New additions included amaranthus and feather grass.
Toffee-Colored Tented Reception
Following the ceremony, the newlyweds gathered with their family and friends in the nearby reception tent. The moody theme carried over, with banquet tables outfitted in warm-toned linens and dark serving ware. Centerpieces consisted of simple strands of bright greenery dotted with candles in gold holders. More greenery and amaranthus dripped from the chandelier overhead. Jared and Brooke sat at a small sweetheart table where her bouquet doubled as a centerpiece, which cascaded over the front of the table. It was a joy to be a part of this lovely pair’s celebration and we wish them all the best!
A special shout out to John Myers Photography for sharing the images from their big day with us!
Do you love the look of this moody copper bohemian wedding? Send us a message at firstname.lastname@example.org for help recreating this look for your Nashville nuptials.