A Hachland Hill Vineyard Wedding In Joelton, Tennessee

Guests at Jessica and Dan's wedding were treated to an outdoor affair that embraced its Southern roots and used peach decor as the guiding inspiration

Guests at Jessica and Dan's wedding were treated to an outdoor affair that embraced its Southern roots and used peach decor as the guiding inspiration.

The guests' tables at the reception featured table name cards with peaches, instead of the strawberry design that was used on the bride and groom's table, as well as small vases that were filled with a few ranunculuses, dahlias and peonies and were surrounded by loose peaches.
To end the night on a sweet note, a freshly made strawberry shortcake sat on the dessert table and matched the strawberry table cards that were featured on the guest tables.
The table names were a DIY project created by Jessica and her family. Each card featured a picture of a branch of strawberries along with the table number in red.
Jessica and Dan's wedding cake was a two tiered white cake with peach peonies on top of it that sat on a peach colored cake stand. It was displayed on the dessert table along with various other cakes for guests to choose from.
Jessica wore a James Clifford strapless gown that featured stunning lace embroidery and a sweetheart neckline. Her bridesmaids wore floor length gowns in different styles but in coordinated shades of peach and red from Liz Fields, while Dan's groomsmen wore ties in similar shades and looked dapper in vests instead of suit jackets.
The chairs at the ceremony were decorated with a light pink and yellow dahlia and a simple strand of burlap hanging down from them.
The ring bearer looked adorable in a peach bow tie and suspenders that matched the wedding's color scheme.
Jessica and Dan created their own DIY mailbox for guests to leave personalized letters inside of.
The groom wore a bright red peony boutonniere that was held together with a simple lace wrap and tied with twine to create a rustic look.
The invitations reflected the Southern aesthetic of the wedding by including a print of a peach and a tree on the paper, images that instantly transported guests to the outdoor venue before they even got there.
Designed with peach etching and the same image of a tree that was used on the invitations, the programs had popsicle sticks attached to them so that guests could easily hold onto them.
An assortment of fabric in red, orange and peach coloring was knotted together by the bride and her family to create hanging strands as a backdrop for guests to take pictures in front of during the reception.
With cute Mr. and Mrs. signs hanging from Jessica and Dan's chairs, the main bridal table had a lace tablecloth runner that was made by the mother of the bride and featured a garden style floral arrangement of peonies and roses in a long wooden flower box.