Romance meets industrial in this sweet Nashville wedding captured by Eden Ingle Photography from Modern Vintage Events. From the geometric details to the suspended floral installation, this wedding was the perfect blend of these two syles.
Our original wedding date was in April of 2020, so I had envisioned light pastel colors for spring. I was drawn to mint green and lavender and built a color palette from there. I wanted a mix of modern and also boho. I stumbled upon a lot of geometric décor on Pinterest that caught my eye and ended up pulling in wooden and gold mixed shape elements that tied everything together nicely.
I wanted a long sleeve, low back dress that I could move around in easily and reflected the vibe of our wedding. Grace Loves Lace was the perfect place for this look and I found my dress really quickly. The intricate lace detailing had geometric shapes that tied into the décor and I opted for a flower crown instead of a veil because the back of my dress was a focal point. Daniel wore a light grey tux from Men’s Wearhouse. We opted for this look instead of a black tux to go along with the more relaxed feeling of the wedding.
The two things we both agreed were most important to us were the band and the food, so we focused our budget on those things first. Luckily Nashville is known for both music and food! Music City Sound was fantastic and had everyone on their feet dancing all night. Flavor Catering had amazingly delicious cocktail appetizer, entrée and late night snack options so no one went home hungry.
For our tables we had eclectic mismatched purple glassware and gold accented charger plates and beautiful mixed floral runners and centerpieces. Our dancefloor had disco balls hanging over it which I loved. We wanted our wedding to feel welcoming and somewhat relaxed, but still glamourous, so the Saint Elle was the perfect space. The open floor plan gave us lots of room to make our vision come to life as guests could move around the space and still feel like they weren’t missing out on anything.
We opted to have a dessert bar instead of serving sheet cake, but I still wanted a wedding cake. We went for a hexagon shaped marble and gold two-tiered cake that was by the talented Katelin Hayes. Our cake was a vanilla sponge with vanilla, chocolate and salted caramel buttercream layers. For our dessert bar we had cupcakes and cake pops that were a mix of chocolate, vanilla, carrot cake, strawberry, lemon and red velvet.
Photography: Eden Ingle Photography | Venue: The Saint Elle | Planning: Modern Vintage Events | Floral: Rosemary & Finch Floral Design | Stationery: Minted | Videography: Anchor Films | Cake: Katelin Hayes Desserts | Rentals: Please Be Seated Rentals | Hair and Makeup: Morgan Ebright | Tableware: The Wedding Plate | Dress: Grace Loves Lace | Groom’s Attire: Men’s Wearhouse | Bride’s Shoes: Kelly and Katie | Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo | Submitted via Matchology