Amanda and Hunter's wedding at The Bell Tower was classically traditional, yet incredibly chic and on-trend.
The couple chose a subtle color palette of neutral tones, with just a hint of sparkle. Their selection was perfectly juxtaposed with The Bell Tower's historic wooden beams.
Their day began with a sweet and sentimental ceremony. The father of the groom officiated, which added a special personal touch to the ceremony. Rustic urns containing stunning abundant florals by Forget Me Not Designs framed the altar. Pews were even brought in from the father of the groom's church especially for the occasion! The large and lively wedding party kept the energy high from start to finish.
After a cocktail hour on the patio, guests retreated inside for a buffet-style dinner. Dinner selections included maple mustard glazed chicken, baseball cut sirloin, sun-dried tomato creamed spinach, roasted brussels sprouts, and rosemary roasted fingerling potatoes.
For dessert, two impressive cakes by Dulce Desserts were up for grabs. Guests chose from a simple but beautiful four-tiered white cake or a University of Tennessee Knoxville themed grooms cake - to pay homage to Hunter's college career.
A vibrant dance party followed, led by the couple and their exuberant wedding party. From the neutral colors to just the right amount of glamour, Amanda and Hunter's wedding created a beautiful atmosphere for all who attended.
Date: July 22, 2017
Bride & Groom: Amanda and Hunter
Location: The Bell Tower
Guest Count: 240
Colors: Neutrals & a hint of sparkle
Photographer: Janelle Elise Photography
Videographer: Ben Sherrill
Florist: Forget Me Not Designs
Cake: Dulce Desserts
Draping: Nashville Audio Visual
DJ/Band: Emerald Empire Band
Catering: Infinity Events & Catering
Planning: Haven | IEC