Katherine and Jim came to me wanting a St. Patrick’s themed wedding, but nothing to overboard. We worked to create a timeless wedding for them. Katherine wanted to incorporate lots of colors into her wedding party attire, but wanted to stick with green, canary yellow, white, and silver as her wedding colors.
With the majority of the guest were coming from out of town, we chose one location for the ceremony and reception. They decided to go with The Factory in Franklin, the perfect back drop for their wedding.
Jamison Hall is huge, so I wanted to section some of the room off to make it a bit cozy. Springtree Media provided all the white draping and up lighting. For the ceremony we went with light blue up lights.
After the ceremony we moved all the guest to the Commons Area for cocktail hr. and flipped the room for the reception. Springtree Media changed all the lighting for the reception to a nice green.
We used a gorgeous green crinkle linen on each guest table from Graceful Tables and a canary yellow napkins to accent the silver chargers.
Katherine wanted the centerpieces to be simple, so Melissa from Vintage Florals used Katherine’s favorite flower to create an all white tulip arrangement. I love using one flower for the entire centerpiece!!
While guest moved into the reception, they were serenaded by the bagpiper.
As guest sat they were treated to a plated dinner from Stoveworks. And for dessert, a delicious cake from Crumb De La Crumb.
The couple met on Match.com and to tie that in, Springtree created a custom gobo for them.
The night ended with a pedal exit!
Venue: The Factory of Franklin
Photographer: Joseph and Christina Photography
Planner: Creative Designs and Events
Rentals: Grand Central Party
Draping, DJ, and Lighting: Springtree Media
Cake: Crumb De La Crumb
Linens: Graceful Tables
Florist: Vintage Florals