Pantone’s 2019 color of the year, Living Coral, features heavily in this summery, peach-inspired styled wedding at Ravenswood Mansion in Brentwood, Tennessee. Raina van Setter of Weddings and Events by Raina planned a bright and colorful day filled with special touches. Photographer Mahlia Dooley of Ivory Door Studio captured all the details in living color!

Vintage English salad plate from Tea and Old Roses and custom blended tea from The Spice and Tea Exchange of Naples

The mint green walls of the dining room provide a lively backdrop for the reception table, which is covered with an elegant striped tablecloth from I Do Linens. Florals on the mantelpiece and table by Browns Florist pop with coral and peach hues. The mismatched china from Tea and Old Roses provide each guest with a unique table setting. Clear and blush vintage glassware and gold flatware complete the look.

Jasmine and Alex Sweet enjoy a private moment at the table

Jasmine Sweet looks stunning in her gown from The White Room in Murfreesboro. Concoctions Bartending created specialty drinks with a peachy twist. Jams from 3rd Apple are an unexpected treat.

Jasmine Sweet in an ivory gown from The White Room in Murfreesboro
Signature cocktail from Concoctions Bartending
Jams from 3rd Apple make the sweetest wedding favors

The invitation suite from Pretty Suite Paper Co. is bright and happy in minty, peach, and coral hues, and looks tailor-made for the vintage china from Tea and Old Roses.

Stationery from Pretty Suite Paper Co. with vintage plates from Tea and Old Roses.

The cake, macarons, and petit fours from Katelin Hayes Desserts continue the fruity color palette. Stunning blush glass serving pieces from Tea and Old Roses frame the sweet treats perfectly.

Alex Sweet in a jacket from Street Tuxedo that has just a hint of sheen. The cake from Katelin Hayes Desserts features hand-painted flowers and peaches.
Yummy macarons from Katelin Hayes Desserts on a vintage platter from Tea and Old Roses
Jasmine holds a plate of petit fours topped with petite peach flowers.

On the patio, guests are treated to gorgeous views of the property and house, as well as a fully stocked bar from Concoctions Bartending. The covered porch of Ravenswood Mansion offers plenty of room for guests to relax and enjoy the party.

Dinner on the patio at Ravenswood Mansion
Mix and match English china and vintage gold flatware from Tea and Old Roses
The vintage tea cart adds a lovely touch to the reception with mismatched teacups, teapots, and coffee pots.
Historic Ravenswood Mansion
Hand-painted details from Katelin Hayes Desserts

Jasmine’s lovely hair and makeup are courtesy of Kimberly Vereen of Face Fetish, and she carries a bouquet of blush florals and greenery from Browns Florist.

Jasmine Sweet in a sweeping gown from The White Room in Murfreesboro.
Jasmine and Alex in front of historic Ravenswood Mansion
Dancing the night away!

Venue: Ravenswood Mansion

Planning and Design: Weddings and Events by Raina

Photography: Ivory Door Studio

Vintage tableware and tea cart: Tea and Old Roses

Bride’s Attire: The White Room Murfreesboro

Florals: Browns Florist

Groom’s Attire: Street Tuxedo

Calligraphy/Stationery: Pretty Suite Paper Co.

Hair and Makeup: Face Fetish

Cake and desserts: Katelin Hayes Desserts

Bartender: Concoctions Bartending

Linens: I Do Linens

Jam: 3rd Apple

Tea: The Spice and Tea Exchange Naples

Bride and Groom: Jasmine and Alex Sweet

Second Photographer: Dolly Delong Photo

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