#Nashville | Throwback Thursday Wedding Feature

This #tbt wedding feature is from 2016, which means we're taking a walk down memory lane this morning. We're walking all the way to Green Door Gourmet in our minds to reminisce over Keaton + Max's wedding day. We're highlighting excerpts from the article published by StyleBlueprint which later inspired me to highlight this sweet couples nostalgic nuptials. 

Keaton + Max

October 1, 2016

“The first time we looked at Green Door Gourmet, we knew it was where we wanted to get married,” Keaton shares. “We picked the date according to what was available — and when our band was available.” Donning a dress worn by her mother, Keaton was escorted by her father down the aisle, at which point Keaton and Max exchanged traditional vows against the backdrop Green Door Gourmet’s natural landscape.
— StyleBlueprint


Venue: Green Door Gourmet
Photography: HannaBeth Photography
Event Planner: Carlie Moore
Event Designer: John Christian Phifer
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Show Me Your MuMu
Hair Stylist: Tyson Johnson at TRIM
MUA: Libby Barnes
Men’s Formal Wear: Street Tuxedo
Invitations, Programs + Menu Cards: The Paper Place
Floral Arrangements: Basil & Bergamot Flower Farm
Floral Crowns: Flowers by Memma
Catering: Susan’s Catering + Oyster Bar: TomKats Catering
Cake: Signature Cakes by Vicki + Dessert Designs
Rentals: Boswell’s Benches + Southern Events Party Rentals

After being greeted by their guests as Mr. and Mrs. Pittard, the couple kicked off their reception with a cocktail hour held outside of the barn. Guests did their fair share of snacking on raw oysters, fried okra and candied bacon before heading inside to enjoy a buffet of shrimp and grits, pork tenderloin and biscuits, kale salad and roasted root vegetables. And as tradition has it, Keaton and Max kicked off the dancing with their first dance to “First Dance” by Van Morrison, which was followed by a shared dance between Keaton and her father to “Never Found a Girl” by Huey Lewis and The News. Then, the couple cut into their four-layer wedding cake (orange Creamsicle in honor of the Tennessee Vols), banana nut and almond with buttercream icing and the groom’s cake — Dessert Designs’ famous caramel cake. And without further ado, everyone made their way to the dance floor.
— StyleBlueprint
To see the full feature by StyleBlueprint, 
please click here.