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If you use any of my pro pictures, please credit William Dick of WDPhotoInc.com
I thought about how I wanted to present these, and finally decided to put all of the details from both the ceremony and reception together in one page even though they are from different days. I LOVED putting all of this together from the colors, matching all of the pieces, to spending hours on DIY. (I’m planning on posting an Inspiration vs Reality recap as well)
First up, save the dates, invitations and thank you cards (these are all my pictures, and personal information has been edited out):
Next up, my personal details.
Here’s a pic I took of it so you can see the whole thing:
My toes and my something blue (I took this picture at home later and then realized we didn’t get any close ups to show, so I’m glad I took this silly pic! lol):
My gorgeous bouquet:
And of course, the must have ring shots:
Next, ceremony decor and details!
My DIY’s for the ceremony – Programs, bubbles, program basket and flower girl basket (the bubble basket was also a DIY, but I don’t have pics from the ceremony. I’m ok with that because it was a pretty small simplistic DIY):
And now for the reception decor and DIY’s!
Our DIY centerpieces:
The general decor (not DIY):
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I adore your centerpieces! Those are so pretty!
Post # 4
We had a big screen tv behind the sweetheart table that played a silent “background” slideshow of pictures of Anton and I growing up and as a couple. And yes… that’s me in the pic. lol
And here’s a non-pro pic from my in-laws that shows the big screen and our sweetheart table:
Our DIY Cardbox:
Our wedding cake! If you haven’t read the rest of my bio, we met through an online game that involves space ships. Since it was (and still is) such a big part of our relationship, we wanted to include that in our wedding and decided that the wedding cake was a great place to do so! For more information, you can check out my page on the cake.
Our DIY table names (also a game thing):
Our DIY guestbook and guestbook/welcome table setup:
My in-laws took some pictures of the drawings that they did on the pages, and I took some more of the whole pages so you can see what people came up with!
Our semi DIY escort cards:
Our DIY favors:
Our DIY dessert signs:
Post # 5
@AmeliaBedelia: Thank you!! It was so much fun when I got the inspiration for them and then found out through research that I could make it happen with DIY! 😀
Post # 6
All the details are beautiful! You did a fantastic job! Congratulations on everything!
Post # 7
@couawilou: Thank you so much! I’ve loved reading your comments on all of my posts!
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