Vendor Spotlight: Modern Trousseau opens in Nashville

The distinctive designs of Modern Trousseau are now available to brides in Nashville and surroundings areas. Each bridal gown design evokes classic couture while expressing a vision of modern style and sophistication. All the things that press every creative button in my being.

This afternoon I visited the Nashville showroom’s open house in conjuction with Nashville Fashion Week, and I was immediately taken by the elegance and sophistication of this cosmopolitan bridal shop located at 425 Church Street in the heart of downtown Nashville.

After hugging on Rickey of Ode Floral Artistry (fantastic floral designer from the recent Leap in the City event), Gipsy Williams and Peter Gould of Enchanted Brides (longtime wedding colleagues), Erin Lee of The Collection (fellow photographer, friend and neighborhood sharer), and meeting Julia Parabok of Julia From Scratch (delicious and gorgeous cakes), my showroom perusal began…then was immediately stopped when I saw Wallis, this captivating dress that literally took my breath away. So, so stunning.

The hallmark of Modern Trousseau is customization. Each bridal design may be modified to suit a bride’s individual style, offering a range of custom selections, including color accents, trimmings, skirt shapes and strap selections, along with the ability to mix and match styles. And…hooray for “local” of sorts…Modern Trousseau bridal gowns are designed and made right here in the United States.

Mary Claire Weaver serves as Showroom Stylist for the Nashville location, and she’s poised to take great care of Nashville brides in search of that special dress for their marriage celebration. Drawn in part by colorful balloons and beautiful music from a solo violinist, several brides attended the open house as well and instantly scheduled appointments with Mary Claire. Smart brides indeed. To the entire Modern Trousseau team, welcome to Music City! Glad to have you here. Cheers!





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