Do you often miss the classic glamour of the old black and white films? Ninth & Everett and Christy Wilson Photography completely understand and when they saw the understated elegance of the 1867 East Ivy Mansion they knew they had the perfect location for a wedding that captured all the formal and chic elements they loved so much.
Keep scrolling to find out just how they brought the timeless silver screen to life in this Silver Pink and Crystal Classic Wedding shoot. Don't miss a single detail, we have every last image for you to "Ooo," and "Ahh," over in the full gallery.
Bringing Back The Classics
From Ninth & Everett: The first time we saw East Ivy Mansion’s poolside patio, we fell in love! We wanted to turn back the hands of time for this shoot, creating the picture perfect vintage inspired wedding. Red lips, Bing Crosby’s Rolls Royce, and a traditional tuxedo, took us back in time to celebrate love and luxury, the way that couple’s would have celebrated decades ago!
A Decadent Table Decor
With a serenity colored pool as the background, we decided that silver and rose quartz would be perfect complimentary colors for our tablescape. Waterford crystal candlesticks, Manolo Blahnik pumps and wax seals on each invitation, were small details that made this entire look complete.
An Estate With History
Although it has been renovated to allow for modern amenities, East Ivy Mansion boasts almost all of its original fixtures. When you consider the Victorian-Era architecture, in addition to the East Ivy’s collection of pristine antique furniture, walking through our doors is almost like stepping back into the annals of history. It is the perfect setting for a southern couple to celebrate their special day in a unique and regal way.
Dressed For The Occasion
San Francisco based designer, Amy Kuschel, knows a thing or two about timeless looks! We chose this beautiful dress from The Bride Room in Nashville and it was the perfect dress for the shoot.