Fall Cordelle Wedding Reveal: The Drennens

 

When white is involved in the color palette, we’re all in.  No shock that Stephanie and I were like soul sisters — look at that neutral color palette.  Truly, we loved getting to know Stephanie and Johnny!  The Florida-based couple planned their destination wedding in Nashville after meeting on Broadway!  

The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
Fall Wedding Color Palette
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN

Steph's Sarah Seven dress from The Dress Theory's sister store, LVD, is probably my favorite detail from the wedding.  It was a last minute swap -- a solid choice! 

The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN

With a simple color palette, small bridal party made up of siblings only and a VIP guest list, this was a perfect fit for the Cordelle.  Our farm tables were a great pairing with a cross-back chair!  And, those stunning grey textured linens were just enough color to add depth and coolness to the space.  

The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN

I love that Stephanie didn’t overcomplicate the design by keeping the floral super simple.  She didn’t fuss with unnecessary details.  She did invest in some fun signs and really sweet guest favors!  And, we loved pairing large potted ferns with simple wood benches at the ceremony.  To make the altar area feel more substantial, she invested in large grey urns and voted to display on modern concrete pillars.

The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN
The Cordelle - September Wedding - Nashville, TN

We’re so thrilled Steph and Johnny are making the move to Nashville in 2017!  I’m hoping we are cool enough to be friends in real life.  

Photography / Erin L. Taylor