This Tuscany Inspired Wedding Editorial from The Process Workshop was romantic and dreamy. Destination Weddings are some of my favorite things and this editorial was a sweet reminder why!
It took place at Cedarwood Weddings in Nashville, but you would have thought we were in the Tuscan countryside with all the beautiful olive tones.
The Italian wedding style details included a wood table in an al fresco setting, with gold flatware, and pale green linen napkins. The flowers were filled with golden hues in peach, apricot, and creams. Aged Tuscan urns added the perfect touch to the base of the centerpiece and the arch ceremony alter covered in vines and peach and apricot flowers.
With a delicate lace gown, our stunning blue-eyed bride wore a side swept hairstyle. The bride held an overflowing bouquet of soft tones in florals with a hint of peach colors and hand dyed silk ribbon from Honey Silk & Co.
Designs in Paper created a wedding invitation suite with hand torn edges and gold foil details that matched the rest of the perfect tuscan inspired design.
To finish the look, there was a buttercream cake topped with vines and blooms.
Now can someone hire me to go to Italy!!
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