Step aside neutral colors! Because this Long Hollow Gardens styled shoot is bringing us the healthy dose of color we need. While rustic yet elegant aesthetics tends to have a simplistic palette, Ashley of Chancey Charm set out to splash some color into the mix and break the mold. This editorial actually doubled as an open house to showcase the venue’s wine from their own vineyard: Robert’s Red. Canvas + Coif had the models and real life couple sparkling with Petals & Stems accenting their looks with intricate floral designs. Four unique tablescape designs, floral infused stationery by Fanciful Ink catering from Southern Spoon and entertainment including DJ Rio, Nashville Smile Bar, and Chasing Linen also all played a huge role in making the day a hit. If you’re ready to be inspired by this vivid design, check out these photos by Elizabeth Nord Photography!
From Kristen of Published + Pretty: What more could you ask for when your venue is a garden full of natural light and all the greenery your heart can take? Long Hollow Gardens’ annual open house introduced the world to the first release of Robert’s Red, a wine from it’s very own vineyard while featuring a live styled wedding shoot. Upon opening the large, wood-framed glass doors at the entrance you’re immediately greeted by cozy fireplaces, inviting leather furniture and gorgeous greenery… everywhere! Throughout the venue it’s aesthetic dances the line between rustic and elegant. When couples entered the reception space, they were greeted by a lush and playful floral installation by Petals & Stem, staged above a perfect set of vintage furniture. While sampling the wine, guests had an opportunity to experience four separate vibey and unique tablescapes styled by our team. We wanted a fun, tropical vibe brought to the greenhouse and wanted to showcase the versatility of the space. This amazing team of vendors brought the space to life with violet floral arrangements featuring hints of pink and coral, providing the most perfect pops of color we never knew we needed until now. These colors, tied together with the existing wood elements and antique furniture, created the most stunning Nashville setting to say “I Do”. The couple was a real couple of ours that had to postpone their wedding due to COVID-19 so we wanted to gift them a fun elopement. It’s 2021…time to ditch the neutrals for something a little more BOLD!
Huge thanks to this team for letting us share this beautiful Long Hollow Gardens styled shoot. This is proof how pops of color can really transform a look!