Elegant Woodland Wedding Style


With the world abuzz over the upcoming Royal Wedding, glamour and old world elegance are all the rage.  With this in mind, the amazing designers at Nashville’s Cedarwood and photographer Krystal Mann created an inspirational wedding scene that combines luxurious, vintage elements with today’s modern woodland style.  The Baroque inspired shoot features vintage china and gilded mirrors, and eclectic objects d’art collected from family heirlooms and flea markets.  Altered art favors, a mirror guest book, and an opulent gilded cake are a stunning contrast to the rustic, wintry landscape.  And the flowers – oh the flowers!  They are positively gorgeous, combining grapes, kiwi and papaya with assorted blooms in rich purple and green tones.  I’m completely inspired by this elegant shoot and its beautiful mix of trends old and new, and I hope you are too!












The following Nashville wedding vendors contributed to this inspirational wedding shoot:

Photography and altered art favors – Krystal Mann \ Flowers, decor, styling and design – Cedarwood Weddings Design Team \ Gown – Vera Wang, courtesy of b. Hughes Bridal \ Accessories – b. Hughes Bridal \ Cake and confections – Patty Russell of Patty Cakes \ Stationery – Designs in Paper \ Model – Kasey Reed from Eye Management Nashville \ Hair and Makeup – Christopher Mitchell, stylist, Lunatic Fringe \ Linens – Liberty Party Rental

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    17 comments on “Elegant Woodland Wedding Style

    1. Wow! This is really beautiful! I love the vintage fairytale feel – and especially the fruit and flowers display. Usually they look summery, but this is a such a different feel!

    2. Emily writes...

      This is one of those colour combinations that knocks me over every itme i look at it!

    3. Thanks Ami, and everyone, for the compliments of our flower arrangements. They were designed by the Cedarwood team’s master florist Karen, taking inspiration from Dutch Masters still life paintings. The old world masterpieces of the time used lots of fruit with flowers and always painted against a dark background so the brilliance and beauty of the arrangement pops off the canvas. We love the rich colors against the barren forest setting.

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