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Natalie & Christopher Host Intimate Wedding with (Much Appreciated) Help from Music City Events

Friday, February 6, 2015

When Natalie & Christopher tied the knot this June, they wanted to do so surrounded by their closest family & friends in a beautiful location. There are many historic wedding spaces in Nashville, and if you’re not careful, you can be swept up among the grand options & architecture. In the stunning Wightman Chapel at Scarritt-Bennett, soft florals and deep hues allowed the couple to truly stand out on their elegant wedding day.

With the fabulous team from Music City Events on hand to ensure that every detail was flawless, the intimate reception at Events @ 1418 was a perfect blend of classic beauty and modern decor. The incredible catering by their venue ensured that their guests were happily satiated, and you know the cake was delicious when the couple is already counting down to enjoying their anniversary tier! To see all the gorgeous details of this day & find out Natalie’s tips on ditching wedding-planning stress, see our full post below.


 

Natalie & Christopher
Wedding Date: 05/16/2014
Ceremony Venue: Wightman Chapel
Reception Venue: Events at 1418
Guests: 50

Budget: $10,000 - $20,000

 


 

Wedding Team

Planner | Sarah Willard, owner of Music City Events
Photographer | Stephanie Nunley
Gown | Allure / Lowe’s Bridal
Veil | Custom from Veiled Beauty by Kathy Banner  
Jewelry | Standard pearl earrings; Cartier Love bracelet
Men’s Attire | Vera Wang Black Label
Bridesmaids’ Attire | Custom
Hair & Makeup | Bride
Stationery | Wedding Paper Divas
Caterer | Events at 1418
Cake Artist | Homestyle Bakery
Floral Designer | Lauren Atkinson of LMA Designs
Ceremony Musicians | Mockingbird Musicians
 

Wedding Details

How would you describe your style as a couple?

Our style is usually modern/contemporary but we’re very laid back. We wanted something beautiful but intimate for our wedding!

How did you incorporate that style into your wedding (e.g. décor, colors, details or even picking the venue)?

We wanted an intimate but traditional/classic wedding. I wanted a stand-out ceremony venue with a bright, warm and inviting reception area. I chose softer colors to create a balance between the gothic architecture of Wightman chapel and carried that over into the reception space.

What was your (or your guests’) favorite aspect of your wedding?

Our guests loved Events at 1418!! We had great reviews on the food, desserts, and the cake! Can’t wait for our 1 year anniversary so I can eat the top of that cake!! 

 

Where did you splurge?  Where did you save/DIY?

We splurged on our ceremony venue, my dress, and the catering. We saved by using our iPod at the reception, we put together a playlist of some of our favorite songs and used it as our DJ, it was perfect! We also surprisingly saved by having our BM’s gowns custom made. I found an amazing seamstress who did an incredible job for a really reasonable price! 


Now that the wedding day is over, is there anything about your planning process you feel you could have done differently?

I wish I had hired Music City Events sooner!! Sarah came in and pulled everything together without a hitch. The girl has a gift!

In one sentence, what words of advice do you have for couples in the midst of their planning?

If you don’t already have a wedding planner, GET ONE!!!

About the Author:

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Jenn Dobbins

nashvillebrideguide.com was one of my main go-to sites while wedding planning. I love the rich textures that are highlighted on ABG, with so many different types of weddings, venues and ideas featured. I've been documenting our wedding on my blog, www.officiallymrsdobbins.blogspot.com, this year and am happy to continue sharing my passion for weddings with other brides in the Nashville area. Find me on

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