Our pal, Sara Fried of Fete Nashville organized a styled shoot with some local vendors and we were lucky to partake in the fun. Here's a peak at one of the vignettes we created. Currier painted the chinoiserie pot and FLWR provided all of the gorgeous blooms. This idea would certainly make a big impact at an event.
These photos really speak for themselves… but a few notes. We created a watercolor for the invitation in these muted gray and earth tones. Then we carried that watercolor over into all the day of pieces like. Even the cake was molded after our design. Sara Fried created such a dreamy, Tuscan affair that made guests double take they were still in Nashville. What was normally a big blank event space turned right on into Tuscany! Gorgeous flowers everywhere, olive branches draping, hand-painting slabs of Calcutta marble signage, twinkly garden lights, a tasting menu adorned with silver leaf, and incredible music. It all made for an incredible evening.
Event Planning: Fete Nashville
Photography: Austin Gros
This wedding was a mix of rustic-chic for two outdoors enthusiasts. Sara Fried of Fete Nashville created such a unique setting of wood texture mixed with romantic florals. Delicate string lights hung in the trees, feathers, antlers, and soft florals along the farm tables outside, and everything set against the couples log cabin home in the background. Lot's of romantic details and the beautiful bride was so glamorous, but her best buddy, Amos-the-dog, almost stole the show. Almost!
We designed the wedding invitation by re-creating the family crest into one more personal to the bride and groom. Inside we watercolored the log cabin home and added their canine friend who's king of the castle. Everything was letterpress on felt paper then backed with wood grain stock to add more texture. This was a fun one and we loved working with this wonderful group of folks.
Wedding Planner Sara Fried, Fete Nashville
All photos courtesy of Kristyn Hogan