Wedding Flower Centerpieces at a Museum Venue in Tennessee

Flower Centerpiece at Museum

What do you do with a venue defined by modern white walls and broad empty space? Fill it with flowers! The soft linen colors served as an easy backdrop for the lush and whimsical flower centerpieces spread around the room. The focus of each centerpiece was the warm and dynamic garden roses from Grace Rose Farm called Distant Drums. This decadent rose, though covered in thorns, produces a bloom of dark pink and mauve that fades into blush and bursts into a fluffy golden center. This flower is definitely an all time favorite. Thank you Abigail Lewis Photography for capturing it.

Vendors included Abigail Lewis Photography, The Hunter Museum of American Art, White Table Specialty Linens, and Events with Taste.


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Flowers are both the culmination and the unification of all of the other wedding elements. A beautiful, purposeful arrangement declares, "this is beauty; this is the joy that was always intended." 

With a desire to serve each couple well and a passion for unbridled creativity, Emily limits the number of clients she takes each year. This allows her to enjoy the design process for each wedding while also affording time to carry out her own creative visions for the pure joy of creating something beautiful out of nothing. Many of these ideas and visions are shared on the blog to inspire others.

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