“It’s well known that Nashville’s cup runneth over with amazing musicians, songwriters, and performers,” wrote Kate of
Wedding 101, a wedding planning studio located in The Factory at Franklin. “We wanted to pay homage to a classic rockstar wedding. Our inspiration for this shoot, captured by the oh-so-talented Joe Hendricks Photography, began with a Flowers That Rock bouquet, made entirely of guitar picks and strings.”
The model for this shoot was
Laura Veltz a singer/songwriter from Nashville. The rockstar theme is an obvious one, and works so well because every member of the team brought a unique piece of themselves and their business to create one overall cohesive look. The results are genuinely Rock n Roll!
From the beautiful dress to the vinyl record inspired invitations, and from the customized drumstick favours and the last minute addition of the jewel encrusted bouquet, it all works so well!
Be sure to check out the rad video too…
Huge thanks to the whole team for sharing their work with us today.
Joe Hendricks Photography
Videography: John Jordan Films
Venue: The Factory at Franklin
Dress/Shoes/Hairpiece: The White Room
Flowers: Flowers That Rock & WhimWed
Event Design: Kate Coppola Leiva at Wedding 101
Invitations: Izzy and The Bean Design
Cake: Sweetface Cakes
Event Rental: Antiques At The Factory
Jewellery: Kim Wright with Stella and Dot
Hair: Alyssa Hodges at Juel Salon
Make Up: Katie Russo
Model: Laura Veltz
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