If you like Chloe Wen’s blog or Instagram account, you’ll love her March 3, 2018, wedding outside of Nashville. The blogger bride, who met her husband, Jason Wozniak, while the pair were students at Belmont University, planned an organic celebration full of rich colors, rustic accents, and a "Dutch Masters" aesthetic. “I was envisioning something white and green, but as soon as I started talking to Stephanie, the owner of Allenbrooke Farms, we both realized something more saturated was much more my style,” she says.
That led to a palette of dusty blue, deep red, and peachy orange, which they then paired with refined details that kept the saturated hues classy and elegant—and perfect for a modern, bohemian bride.
Get your Pinterest board ready, because after scrolling through the below photos by Molly Peach, you may want to save all the pretty details of this spring wedding in Tennessee.
A frame of greenery and touches of copper on the invitation suite set a moody tone for Chloe and Jason’s wedding day.
The couple’s first look was one of their favorite moments of the day. It's also when Chloe finally showed off her organza Sarah Seven gown, which she paired with a long coordinating veil.
Chloe’s bridesmaids wore a variety of dusty blue chiffon dresses by Azazie. Their gowns were the perfect backdrop for the women’s colorful bouquets, combining peach, pink, and burgundy roses, peonies, and ranunculus with blue delphinium and dark greenery.
The outdoor ceremony took place beneath a branch arch flanked by barrels and covered in flowing greenery and fresh blooms. Chloe’s cousins served as flower girls, wearing lace and tulle dresses and petite flower crowns.
“My mom adopted me as a single parent, and it was so special to walk down the aisle with her,” Chloe says. The couple exchanged traditional vows, then sealed their ceremony with a kiss as the spring sun began to set.
The reception took place inside Allenbrooke Farm’s crisp gray barn. Dark farm tables and cross back chairs contrasted with the blonde wood of the barn, while panels of white fabric and strands of fairy lights added an ethereal feel. Behind the head table, a bough strung with garlands of greenery framed the newlyweds’ love seat.
Gathered navy blue runners were topped with compotes overflowing with peach, pink, cream, and blue flowers. Each place setting featured a copper charger and a printed menu detailing the evening’s Southern-inspired barbecue meal. “Nashville has such amazing food, so choosing a caterer was a delicious challenge,” says Chloe.
The couple served two cakes for dessert. The chocolate cake was topped with a drizzle of fudge and fresh succulents, while the vanilla cake featured a wash of dove gray texture and clusters of ranunculus and roses.
Chloe removed the organza overskirt of her gown to reveal a fitted crepe silhouette underneath—just in time for dancing!
At the end of the night, guests waved sparklers as the newlyweds made their exit. “Try not to stress out about the little things,” says Chloe. “No matter what happens, it will be the absolute best day!”
Venue: Allenbrooke Farms || Officiant: Kevin Twit || Bride's Dress: Sarah Seven, from The Dress Theory || Bride's Veil: Sara Gabriel || Bride's Shoes: AD and Daughters || Hair: Leah Wilson || Bridesmaids' Dresses: Azazie || Groom's Attire: Men’s Wearhouse || Groomsmen's Attire: Men’s Wearhouse || Wedding Bands: David Yurman || Floral Design: Gradient and Hue || Paper Products: Minted || Catering: Martin’s Bar-B-Que || Cake: Copper Whisk Cakes || Videography: Peerless Weddings || Photography: Molly Peach