You are going to flip over Julie and Josh’s charming Tennessee wedding. Packed with down-home details and Southern charm, this country classic Tennessee wedding is a must see. We will say that the entire wedding is fantastic, but we love the mismatched vintage tablecloths and florals placed in brightly colored glass jars. Such a steal-worth look. All of this prettiness was captured by Austin Gros. If you love this wedding, be sure to check out this wedding, this wedding and this wedding also from Austin. Of course…there are so many more pretty pictures in the full gallery.
From The Bride:
“Our wedding was outside of our hometown of Nashville, Tennessee on a private farm called Wolf Den Farm. We were married May 7, 2011. Some things that make our wedding special was how a lot of it was DIY. Everything from the flower basket, to the ceremony programs to the potted herb wrapped in burlap that the ring bearer walked down the aisle was all hand made. We individually tea stained each program paper, tied a raffia bow at the top and had them printed. It was a lot of work, but the outcome looked great.
Another special part of our wedding was the decor of the table settings in the dinner tent. The attention to detail was amazing. I love color, and wanted that represented. With the help of my mom, florist and planner, we were able to execute a bohemian vintage look without it looking like a country yard sale! The decor, colors and flower vases were all planned to a T. We even tracked down some vintage furniture at an antique store and placed them throughout the yard at the farm for a “seating” area. I wanted to incorporate mismatched china throughout the dinner tables, just to give more “pops” of color. My mom went around to every antique store and flea market in town collecting plates.
I also wanted to dedicate some time and detail into the flowers. I love flowers and herbs. Herbs are a great and affordable way of incorporating different colors and shapes into the floral landscape. The florist put rosemary, lavender, mint and other herbs throughout the vases and bouquets.”