Although the alluring rustic scene is beautiful and wildly popular these days, a farm wedding can also be chic and sophisticated. This green and gray styled shoot at the Hardy Chambers Farmhouse located on the Fly Creek Farm in Pulaski, Tennessee, is a captivating exploration into the many possibilities of a farm wedding. First things first, the white weather-worn farmhouse was built in 1890, which stirs a country lover’s curiosity. Outside are simple string lights, a white country table, and a porch with an old swing just beckoning for a visit.
For a wedding at Fly Creek Farm, a paper suite with gray pieces, modern script, and a lovely monogram detail is ideal and beautiful.
A fancy and ornate bouquet just won’t do. Instead, one with texture and a wide assortment is key.
This bride carries white roses, dusty miller, brunia berries, and eucalyptus all tied with gray strands of ribbon.
The bride looks exquisite in a beaded modified A-line gown and cathedral-length veil. Her brunette bridesmaid dons a black ruched gown and carries an equally textured bouquet wrapped with ivory ribbon.
A picture perfect groom dressed in a black tuxedo looks dashing next to the bride. A handmade wooden and willow arbor makes for an idyllic ceremony space.
Inside is an original fireplace with evidence of many years of use. It’s adorned with a hearty swag of greenery and white flowers. This would serve as a beautiful focal point for a photo or toast.
The cake is all-white and stunning. The four-tier confection features immaculate white fondant and a cascade of curling and rippling detail. The base is garnished with vibrant greenery.
The décor in this shoot truly brings this vision to life. Vintage candlesticks provide a romantic glow inside. Featured outside is a suspending reception table and centerpiece, which is such a unique new trend. Shabby chic chairs accompany the wooden platform accessorized with ample amounts of greenery. A small centerpiece also filled with florals is suspended above the table.
The color gray is incorporated through a tray of macaroons, the napkins at each place setting, and even a banner reading “forever & always.”
An antique horse wagon now serves as a drink cart. A tray of crystal glasses with bottles is accompanied by a lovely swag of flowers and greenery.
This styled shoot blends an historic property with the modern trends of today. The soft colors, the classic attire, and the antique appeal are scenic and sophisticated, proving the charm of the farm goes far beyond hay bales and fences.
Photography: White Rabbit Studios Venue: The Hardy Chambers Farmhouse at Fly Creek Farm Florals: Stems & Styles Paper Goods: Linen & Leaf Wedding Cake: Slice at a Time Wedding Dress: White Dresses Boutique Hair and Makeup: Kara Leonard Bridesmaid Dress: Bella Bridesmaids Birmingham Groom’s Attire: Thrasher Clothing Table: At Home Furnishings Chairs: Village Furniture & Gifts Macarons: Whisk Videography: Ryan Pierce Models: Ryan and Ashley Brewer (bride and groom); Kara Leonard (bridesmaid)