Videography by Z Squared Studios.
The first thought that comes to mind when thinking of Julie and Nick is “there is a first for everything!” From the beautiful backdrop of Scarritt Bennett to the minute intricate details awaiting the guests at the Cannery Ballroom, no one could be prepared for the surprises inside!
Pictures of the couple masked the perimeter wall upon entering the Cannery that led guests into the main ballroom featuring amazing lighting by Nashville Event Ligting. Tin shades, handmade by the bride’s father, hung between the crevice slots in the bar, while custom boxes branded, made by Brian Best, with the couple’s monogram were the talk of the night. It was all rested amongst a setting of candles and rose petals along the bar top. Flowers, designed by Village of Flowers, intertwined with cotton accents and entourages of bright blossoms were hung above each guest table, elongating the wedding’s country theme. Beautiful crystals and wrought iron chandeliers with scattered candles created a romantic feel with custom pillows, table runners, and table caps adding to the rustic country vibe.
By far the highlight of the night was the unveiling of the suspended cake, provided by Jay Qualls. Reminiscent of a hanging swing, the suspended cake hung by chains stemming from the nearly 10ft ceiling, creating an aura of depth with free flowing elegance. Paired with the delicious food from Chef's Market, the night was filled with tasty surprises. Elegant Weddings had a great time planning this event![photosmash id=98]
Photography provided by Dove Wedding Photography.