This fine art wedding at Riverwood Mansion has vintage charm with a modern twist. For example, the tablescape mixes minimalist elements combined with peach and white florals that spill across the table. The florals contrast nicely with the modern choice of glass and tableware.
A cascading floral arch is the centerpiece of the ceremony and perfectly compliments the gardens on either side. It combines a mix of orchids, spray roses, peonies, and bleached white ferns to create a unique texture. Kelly from Intertwine and Elizabeth from East Made Co are the genius behind the gorgeous styling.
Riverwood Mansion Wedding
If you’re looking for a venue that has both indoor and outdoor options in the Nashville area, the Riverwood Mansion is a perfect choice. With romantic gardens, oak scattered lawns and winding drives the outdoor space is picture-perfect. The sunlight filters beautifully through the surrounding trees to create an atmosphere for elegant wedding portraits.
Indoors you have high ceilings draped in fabric and chandeliers, cozy fireplaces and plenty of open space to decorate to one’s heart’s desire. In addition, the mansion has many rooms that would be perfect as getting ready suites for the bride and groom.
Having photographed at Riverwood Mansion previously, I know where all the beautiful spots are and would love to travel back for a wedding. If you’re looking to book a destination wedding photographer, let’s chat!
Photography: Rachel Tweggs Photography | Flim Scans By: PhotoVision | Wedding Venue: Riverwood Mansion | Workshop Host: Lauren Fair Photography and The Hybrid Collective | Event Planning and Design: East Made Co | Floral Design: Intertwine | Wedding Cake: Trouvaille Bakery | Wedding Dress: Mira Zwillinger | Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle Shoes | Wedding Ring: Victor Barbone Jewelry | Hair Styling and Makeup: Amanda Paige Gros | Backdrops: Jessica Ray Dekker | Event Rentals: Please Be Seated | Vintage Styling Details: Curated Behavior | Calligraphy: Ciarra Claire | Candles: The Floral Society