October 11, 2012

Wine Garden Wedding :: Candace+Andrew

Photos by Rachel Moore Photography

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Andrew and Candace Price are both originally from North Carolina and have a connection that traveled with them to Tennessee. As Providence would have it, Candace was the first person Andrew met in Nashville from NC and love blossomed into plans for marriage.

To define Candace and Andrew’s May 20 Cedarwood wedding, we drew inspiration from the couple’s love of English garden style using romantic flowers like Baby’s Breath, David Austin Roses and Peonies, our collection of vintage silver and soft colors to accentuate the natural landscapes of our historic farm estate. Candace’s father collected wines for 15 years to serve at her wedding, and the “wine garden” at this Cedarwood fete was a focal point of the celebration. The significance of wine was incoporated into floral and decor by using fresh grapes in tablescapes and some beautiful roses aptly named ‘Chablis’.  Enjoy these stellar photos by Rachel Moore Photography and CLICK HERE for Part 2 of Rachel and Andrew’s love story and memories of the day.

Gorgeous! And we’re just getting started. CLICK HERE  for Part 2 of Candace and Andrew’s Cedarwood celebration.  Thanks to Rachel Moore for sharing images.

Linda and the Cedarwood Event Team

Photographer: Rachel Moore
Venue: Historic Cedarwood, Nashville, TN
Floral Design: Cedarwood Weddings
Event Design + Planning: Cedarwood Weddings
Invitations: Crane & Co., The Cottage Shop (Savannah, GA)
Bride’s Dress: Paloma Blanca from Arzelle’s (Nashville,TN)
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J Crew
Save the dates, table numbers, seating chart and menus: Designed and DIY by bride
Wedding Cake and Groom’s Cake (Old Well at UNC-Chapel Hill): Patty Cakes
Catering: A Dream Come True Catering
Ceremony Music: Nashville String Trio
Officiant: Ralph Griggs
Cocktail Hour Music: Bluegrass duet from The 23 String Band

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