Allison and Nir are the sweetest couple who planned their wedding at The Homestead at Cloudland Station from all the way from New York City. They wanted a cozy, intimate wedding that was the perfect balance of warmth and elegance. They also wanted to honor Nir's heritage by incorporating the blue and white colors of the Israeli flag.
Thanks to LeahandMark & Co. for these wonderful photos, Soirees for putting together one incredible event along with Events with Taste, Jackson Bakery, Chattanooga Tent Company, SpaGo, and SoundForce.
Allison's bouquet was the picture of garden-party elegance with peonies, ranunculus, stock, and scabiosa along with mixed greenery that created natural movement.
Their interfaith ceremony included a modern take on the Jewish chuppah with floral swags in the corners. As a sweet alternative to the more traditional chair markers, Allison chose to place delicate vines along the backs of the chairs to greet guests as they approach the ceremony.
Allison and Nir's goal for their reception in Homestead's beautiful barn was to bring the outdoors in with a lot of fresh flowers and romantic candlelight. We also brought in some gorgeous green trees to add to the garden-party feel and created a little escort card tree with curly willow branches.
Even small details like a little sprig of fresh greenery on each place setting or silver votive holders can go a long way in making the overall impact you'd like your wedding to have.
Our silver compote bowls completed the sophisticated Southern garden party feel with centerpieces composed of hydrangeas, peonies, garden roses, mixed eucalyptus and Italian ruscus. The finishing touch was the addition of taper candles in silver holders.
Allison and Nir's wedding was definitely one of our very favorites and we were so thrilled to be a part of such a gorgeous celebration!