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Vendor Spotlight :: Modern Trousseau Nashville



One of the best parts of being a bride is picking out your wedding dress! Although it can be a very frustrating journey because there are billions and billions of dresses, it’s fun playing dress up!

Many people often do not know where to go when it comes to buying a gorgeous bridal gown. There are many bridal boutiques, but how do you know which one is the best? Take it from us! One of the very best in Nashville, is Modern Trousseau. Modern Trousseau Nashville is a wedding dress shop specializing in custom bridal gowns designed & made with love in the USA.

We can guarantee that you will find the perfect gown at Modern Trousseau! They will treat you like absolute royalty when you enter their doors. They are located in the heart of downtown Nashville in a very elegant setting.

Below are just a few of their gorgeous gowns from their Spring 2015 Collection :

The Logan –

LOGAN bridal gown by Modern Trousseau

The Bryton (my favorite!)  –

BRYTON bridal gown by Modern Trousseau


The Harmony –

HARMONY bridal gown by Modern Trousseau


The Mila –

MILA bridal gown by Modern Trousseau

If you are interested in setting up an appointment with Modern Trousseau, you can call them at : (615) 733-0155 and make sure to let them know that StudioWed sent you!




Photo of the Week :: Kristyn Hogan Photography



We chose this photo as our photo of the week because of the timeless look to it. We think this is so classy and ageless that we had to share it with you. If you would like to see more of Kristyn Hogan’s work please visit her website at

Creative Wedding Guest Books



Mingling with all of your guests on your special day can be challenging, but having a guest book where guests can leave their wishes and memories of the happy couple can make things a lot easier for everyone and leave the couple with something to help them relive that glorious day. Read on for some creative twists on the classic tradition.

Wish Upon A Ribbon: As guests enter the ceremony, assign someone to hand them 2-inch-wide and about 2-feet-long satin ribbon pieces in your wedding colors, plus a pen to write a message (you might need a fabric pen). A few minutes before the ceremony, have someone gather the ribbons and tie them to the ceremony arbor or archway. It’s especially great for outdoor ceremonies, as the ribbons will flutter in the breeze. And if that’s too labor intensive? Use wishing stones instead! During the ceremony , they can write down wishes they have for the newlyweds and at the end of the ceremony, can drop them into a large vase that you can display in your home.

Shell Collection: If your wedding has a beach or underwater theme, shells could be a possible way to go. Place a bounty of shells on a table with some markers and your guests can leave “pearls” of wisdom or just a happy message for the bride and groom. You can change it up depending on your theme. For example, if you’re having a ski themed wedding, buy a blank ski and have guests sign.

Canvas Art: Prop a blank canvas from an art store and place art supplies on a nearby table. Guests can autograph and illustrate the canvas, giving you a one-of-a-kind original piece of art to take home.

Sewn with Love: Hang small squares of fabric from a string and encourage guests to sign. Then when your day is over, you can take them to a local seamstress and have them turn it into a sentimental quilt.

A Board Full of Envelopes: Mini envelopes are attached to a wooden board. Guests write their sentiments, tuck it in an envelope and seal it up for the newlyweds to read later.

These are just a FEW ideas of what you could have at your wedding! If you try any of these ideas, please email us pictures, we would love to see what you decided on for your wedding!

Spring Wedding Inspiration Board

With spring just around the corner, we thought that it would be appropriate to come up with a spring wedding inspiration board. When you think of spring, typically, you think of bright popping colors and abundances of flowers at your wedding. The colors that would look lovely popping up at your wedding this spring, are blues, pinks, and pale yellows. Mixed together in a bouquet or place setting, the colors look gorgeous.

A bright bouquet of peonys or pink hydrangeas would look stunning against a bright white gown. We recommend a lovely blue table-scape with hints of different shades of pink around your place setting. A bright pop of color could add a touch of spring in your groom and groomsmen bow ties and pocket squares. Don’t forget to let your guests know to dress in their ‘spingest’ attire, including marvelous hats, ties, and more!