Post # 1
We had a budget wedding, so we didn’t hire a florist, a caterer, or any sort of decorater. All you see here is the product of a lot of hard work and talent, mainly from my mother and her friends who are actually going to start their own event planning business now!
This is our “Something Borrowed” Dessert bar using family recipes. For more on that, go here!
My Mother-In-Law made 200 or so of these “Best Wishes” cards. She’s amazing.
I’m happy to answer any questions from other DIYers!!
Post # 3
- Wedding: November 2011 - Palma Sola Botanical Park
This is so beautiful! I love the colors, and the lanterns with the babies breath… stunning!
Post # 4
OMG they did a wonderful job. I can’t believe they havne’t done this before. How exciting that they are spinning this into a new adventure for themselves.
Post # 5
- Wedding: November 2011 - Sts Peter and Paul Church/The Bently Reserve
Wow, absolutely everything is gooooorgeous! The colors are beautiful 😀
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
Oh my gosh, I love all of this! Great job!
Post # 8
- Wedding: October 2010 - The Atlantic Beach Club
Everything is so beautiful! I love all the different flowers you chose, including the ones on the details. 🙂
Post # 9
What a fantastic job they did-love the shade of blue you chose! Could you tell me how you made the programs? Thanks!
Post # 10
@sueanddemetrius: I used Photoshop Elements (which is cheaper than the full program) and just used a brush for the flowers. I had them printed at a local print shop for super cheap! I did the same with our invites. If you want the link to where I downloaded the brushes, I can get it to you! =)
Post # 13
Everything looks so beautiful! Great job!
Post # 15
@Chicken Little: Oh thanks for the the info! I will check into the photoshop elements and see how pricey it is.
Post # 16
Great job! It is all put together so nicely!
Where did you find the decor for your aisle?