Two architecture students meet, fall in love, and then—of course!—turn out one of the most glamorous interpretations of modern wedding style we’ve ever seen. Rachel and Andy put their collaborative skills to the test when drawing up plans for their Nashville nuptials. Following a traditional ceremony at Cathedral of the Incarnation—where the bride wowed guests in her Augusta Jones strapless gown—the couple sent guests on to a splashy reception at The Frist Center for the Visual Arts. There, party-goers enjoyed a cocktail hour that featured a caipirinha (in a nod to Rachel’s Brazilian heritage) along with passed hors d’oeuvres like ceviche, which are significant to the bride’s Peruvian roots. Phindy Studios was there to capture the entire affair on film, as everyone moved on to a sunset dinner that included tables dotted with all-white arrangements by English Garden of Terry White and dessert before the main course. Now that’s our kind of party!
Photography – Phindy Studios \ Ceremony Venue – Cathedral of the Incarnation \ Reception Venue – The Frist Center for the Visual Arts \ Floral – English Garden of Terry White \ Day-of Coordination – Details by Margaret \ Stationery – Minted* \ Catering – Chef’s Market \ Bakery – Billie Mochow \ Rentals and Linens – Music City Tents & Events \ DJ – Cosmo Creations \ Hair Stylist and Makeup Artist – Melanie Williams \ Bridesmaids Dresses – Amsale \ Gown – Augusta Jones \ Bridal Salon – The Bride Room \ Veil/Headpiece – Toni Federici \ Shoes – Enzo Angiolini \ Suit – Bachrach \ Cake Pops – Nashville Cake Pops
*Minted is an EAD sponsor