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Megan and Steven were married May 27, 2012 at the gorgeous Carnton Plantation. Megan carried a mixture of blue hydrangea, roses. mini roses, reneculas, lisianthus, queen anne lace, green hypericum berries, pittosporum, freesia and grapevine. This was such a sweet and beautiful garden wedding.

Thank you to Phindy Studios for the wonderful pictures!

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Megan and Steven

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Lea and Doug had a perfect place to get married, their backyard. All of their friends and family joined for a beautiful garden wedding on September 17, 2011. Lea carried a mix of white hydrangea, scabies, lisianthus, freesia, tulips, garden roses, lysimachia, italian pittosporum, rosemary/herbs, delphinium buds, and grapevine. Thank you to Joe Hendricks Photography capturing the sweet moments of the day.

 

Lea and Doug

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We remember this sweet and loving couple, Erika and Lydon, that were married October 29, 2011 at the gorgeous Woodmont Christian Church. Their reception followed at Old Natchez Country Club with lots of candlelight and love. Erika carried an always favorite mix of hydrangea, lisianthus, renenculas, freesia, and greens. We were very happy to be apart of this beautiful day.

Thank you to Jen and Chris Creed Photography for the awesome pictures!

Erika and Lydon

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Carly and Preston were married at one of our favorite Nashville locations, Scarritt Bennett Chapel. Carly carried a mix of hydrangea, roses, lisianthus, and freesia.

Carly and Preston

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Thank you to Evin Photography for the great pictures!

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Michelle and Jason were married at St John Vianney Catholic Church with their reception to follow at Five Oaks Country Club. Michelle carried a mix of lisianthus, tulips, roses, freesia, queen anne lace, mini roses, green hypericum berries, and pittosporum. Thank you to Twila’s Photography for the great pictures!

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Michelle and Jason

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This sweet wedding had a little bit of a rainy start of their beautiful wedding, but it just made for more memories. Kelly and Keith were married at Carnton Plantation on the front porch, with the reception to follow at the Fleming Center. Kelly carried a mix of hydrangea, roses, calla lilies, anenomies, renenculas, freesia, and crystals.

Thank you to Chesley Summar Photography for the awesome pictures!!

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As we go go into the fall season we are reminded of a sweet couple that were married November 5, 2011. They got married at sweet rustic Wild Turkey Ranch. Claire carried a mix of tulips, orchids, stock, craspedia, astromeria, button poms, freesia, queen anne lace, solidago, and greens around the base.

Thank you to Angie Sliger Photography

Wedding Flowers deisgned by Jessica, Associate Designer.

Fresh by CarryAnn

 

 

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