28 Feb Nashville Wildflower Wedding | Long Hollow Gardens
A greenhouse is an unusual place to get married but for Kristin & Chuck Long Hollow Gardens was the perfect spot to share their I do’s among the Tennessee countryside. With the couple’s color palette of peach, dark burgundy and blue the relaxed day featured striking, wildflower inspired florals that we love!
For the outdoor wedding ceremony, the bride carried a bouquet made of peach Juliet and ivory roses, white anemones, and burgundy dahlias. The bridesmaids’ dusty blue gowns served as dreamy backdrops for the same fresh color combination in their bouquets. The sun peeked through the trees, stealing a glance at the couple as they exchanged vows in front of their family and friends.
The wedding reception took place in the open air greenhouse with cafe lights and understated peach and burgundy floral centerpieces tied with sweet lace and twine. Such a dreamy day!
Thank you for the beautiful photography, Rebecca Denton Photography. Congrats to the happy couple! We’re honored to be part of your wedding day!
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