Post # 1
We did pretty much everything ourselves because of a $5000 budget for 80 people. But I think it all came out quite nice.I I got my dress on clearance at Davids Bridal (T9612)
If you’re on the fence about a fauxtobooth, DO IT!!! We had so much fun with ours despite not having a printing station or anything. PROPS are the key.
I also really enjoyed the sand ceremony despite not having had time to write vows for it and not calculating it so that we had enough sand to fill the vase. Minor bloopers, beautiful memento.
Tea cans for the tea hour centerpieces were repurposed (my job was going to throw them away) and all flowers are from Winn Dixie.
ITThis is how the cake my mom and I made turned out. By the way, paired with ice cream it was a HUGE hit. And I plaid the song “Ice cream and cake” to announce it. lol. We also made and decorated this bamboo canopy.
Post # 3
Wow, wish I were that creative. Your wedding pictures are beautiful.
Post # 6
I love the bamboo canopy…and the tea cans…very creative
Post # 7
Everything looks wonderful! Great job!
Post # 8
Beautiful pictures! Congrats!
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
Really gorgeous (esp the cake!!) Congrats!!
Post # 11
You and your wedding looks lovely and the reception looks fun! Congratulations!
Post # 12
Congratulations! You look beautiful and the dress looks gorgeous. Love the butterfly cake!
Post # 13
Everything just looks so lovely! Congrats!
Post # 14
You did such an awesome job with your DIY projects! Congratulations 🙂
Post # 15
It all looks beautiful! Congratulations!!!! 😀
Post # 16
Very very very nice! I love the bamboo arbor and the tea cans are a great idea. You look like heaven!