Wedding at The Factory – Jamison Hall – Franklin TN

The Ceremony

Wedding at The Factory – Jamison Hall – Franklin TN:  The Ceremony was kept very simple. The church did not have a center aisle but had beautiful stained glass in the front so no altar decor was needed.

When they exited from the church, I loved the fresh petals throw! And I loved the “something blue” with the shoes!!!

The Bouquets

The flowers use in the bouquets was green hydrangeas, mango calla lilies, black magic roses and white stephanotis with diamond center pins

The flower girl ball had green kermet mums, orange mini roses and mini red roses

The Reception

This wedding reception is still in my all time top 5 weddings! The wedding reception was held at Jamison Hall in The Factory in Franklin TN.  We’ve done a lot of weddings here but this is my favorite that we did! Let me back up and take you step by step in what we did!

The Entry / Guest Seating Chart

I just wrote a blog the other day about place card alternatives.. this was the wedding where we had a place for everyone but used something different!

The Tunnel

When the guests entered to the where the Reception was being held we had custom made this seating chart.. and custom table numbers! My favorite way to do table seating!

The entry was from the side of the building and I did not want the guests to come in on the side.. I wanted to create something dramatic and mysterious and lead them to the spot I want them to see it at!

So the guests entered in from the side and this is what they entered into! Fully draped tunnel.. accented with gold iridescent chair ties and roses.. with tons of red/burgundy petals lining the sides then we had string lights across the top!  We have an awesome tunnel training video that teaches you step by step how to create this!

As the guests exited the tunnel THIS is the spot I wanted them to see!

The Draping and Lighting

The White Dance Floor had 2 Gobos shining on it

The Draping and Lighting was all soft golds and candle light… that SUPER Romantic feel!  This drape we started at 5 in the morning and ended about 5 that afternoon! Looks simple and elegant.. but make sure you plan for plenty of time if you do this type of ceiling draping

The Centerpieces

For the linens we used an iridescent champagne linen with fruit wood chavari chairs.

Large Silver Vases with Fresh Salal, Black Magic Roses, Orange Lilies and Green Hydrangeas and accented at the base with mint julep cups with the same flowers.

The Wedding Cake

This is what we called a chuptahgon! 5 sides instead of the 4 used in a chuppah.. This was a large space with only 100 guests so I really got to do big and dramatic focal points.. This wedding cake display was just the thing that took up a whole corners and worked great!

The cake was made by French Confection in Nashville TN.. and we put all the flowers on.. I do soooo love a dramatic platinum wedding feel cake table!

The Favors

We did the candy bar.. All kinds of simple glass vases and we made little labels that were mounted on heavy mat board.. a fun little tricycle a lamp with a lamp shade made out of candy and some huge letters telling everyone this was a candy bar!  we used plexigass on glass blocks to raise the “candy bar” letters on a different level and simple adding several strings of christmas lights added the twinkle we needed!  And the guests loved that this was the favor! Easy idea

Another favor that the guests enjoyed was the photo booth! I actually got some of my favorite pictures of Jeremy and I that night! Candy Bar and Photo Booth, My favorite favor combination!

The Photography

And my husband who is also our photographer shot the wedding! Here is some of my favorite shots

The wedding still to this day is in my top 5! I loved everything about this wedding!

Wendy Binns: In demand world-wide for her remarkable skill at consistently producing over-the-top fabulous events, Wendy Binns is one of the world's leading Wedding designers. She is not only passionate about designing and creating fairy tale worthy weddings for her elite clients, but also about equipping and empowering event professionals with the knowledge and education to make their dreams come true too.
  • Tamera Aponte

    You are very talented. I love the elgance you bring to the room.

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