There’s a whole lot of beauty coming your way today! Courtney and Gerald’s luxurious fairytale wedding at the Westin Nashville is what dreams are made of. Having to alter plans due to COVID didn’t stop them tying the knot in style. The hotel is filled with the prettiest views all of which can be seen in these photos captured by Elizabeth Salazar Photography. A sweet first look, evening ceremony, followed by dinner and dancing all happened with the help of wedding planner, Patrice of PLS Coordinate. And we’ve got to say, it’s SO pretty to look at. If you ever thought you can’t make a small wedding luxurious, this day will force you to think again!
Courtney + Gerald
Guests ~ 60
Patrice: Courtney and Gerald selected Nashville for their destination wedding because it was close to home for some guest. Living in Arkansas and planning a wedding during Covid was a bit worrisome, but with an amazing wedding planner Patrice Armstrong with PLS (please) Coordinate this luxury rooftop wedding turned out just like a true fairytale for Courtney and Gerald.
Patrice: The Westin’s rooftops lounges on L27 and L28 in Downtown Nashville With Music City in the background was the Perfect for their 7pm wedding. Courtney and Gerald decided to have an intimate first look to allow some alone time and just be in the moment before guest arrive. Around 6:30 pm guest entered a cocktail atmosphere with drinks and hor d’oeuvres in the lounge of L27. Then the Ceremony was held outside on L27 in front of the pool with Ghost chair, candles and a luxurious Arbor that set the scene for their vows. Everyone headed upstairs On L28 for a whimsical dinner overlooking Nashville. The the pool area was flipped for an evening of dancing, toast, and cake to concluded the night.
Patrice: The guest list was originally set for 120 guest. Actually they invited that many and then had to send out un-invites to make sure they were keeping everyone safe and the magic number was 60. The Hicks thought they weren’t going to be able to have their dream wedding due to Covid and so many changes monthly. But Nashville slowly opened up and planning continued With amazing set of vendors Covid didn’t win. Love happened and a luxury fairytale was told with just close family and friends.