A farm-fresh wedding in the Tennessee hills puts a fresh spin on fall’s traditional colors, suffusing the day with an extra dose of Southern charm.
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“The couple wanted something different, so we softened fall’s traditional color palette with yellow and rose golds, mixed with au naturel textures.” said Lynn Whisenant & Angela Wilkes of Mint Springs Farm. “The rose golds, the fresh greens, soft greys and that gorgeous cappuccino rose worked together to take typical fall colors to a whole new level!“
A sweetheart table at the end of a dock affords the couple breathing room.
A petite wedding cake garnished with edible mixed-metallic leaf and fresh, in-season figs.
The chic invitation suite by Designs in Paper.
The groom’s crisp boutonnière.
Gold-toned lanterns and coppery votives provided the perfect glow.
Sugary macarons were a sweet surprise favor.
The straight-from-the-garden bouquet.
The signature sip: ginger rum apple cider.
Even the bruschetta aligned with the prevailing color scheme.
The palette came into full flower on the reception tables, set with florals and a mix of vintage glass and sleek, modern flatware.
Planning, Design & Florals: Lynn Whisenant & Angela Wilkes, Mint Springs Farm
Photography: Amilia James
Stationery: Designs in Paper
Catering: G Catering
Cake: Dulce Desserts
Rentals: M&M Event Rentals