Post # 16
Thank you! The quilt set up was actually something I never planned out. I gave all the stuff to my caterer and said “I trust you’ll find somewhere cool to put this”. And they did!
Thanks! I fell in love with those shoes before I even found my dress! And then lucky for me, by the time I bought my dress the shoes were on sale! And my bouquet was truly a labor of love. I did a post a while back as sort of a DIY tutorial- I spent hours wiring those brooches.
Post # 18
it looks gorgeous. all of it!!!
Post # 19
Absolutely gorgeous! What a great photographer too!
Post # 20
- Wedding: May 2015 - Walnut Hill Bed & Breakfast
How did you do the chalkboard writing? freehand?
Post # 21
trevino24: blankenshiptobe: BdiBdi:
Thanks! I actually printed in out on multiple pages and pieced it together, then transfered it to the chalkboard (colored the back of the page with chalk, laid it on the board and traced over with a pen to transfer the design) then I used a fine point paint pen to fill it in (I wanted it to be permanent so I didn’t have to worry about smudging). None of the chalkboard pens I found had a fine enough point to use. The choose a seat… sign I found the image on google. our bar menu (which isn’t pictured anywhere) I created myself using fonts that I purchased/dowloaded for free and made it in publisher first, then printed.