Post # 1
at the bar…
church door wreaths…
all pictures were taken by my amazingly talented friend Jennifer Valentine, I think she should think about a new career in photography! I just want to thank everyone at this site too for all of the inspiration for my wedding day. I was so happy with the way everything turned out!!! It was such a great day!!!
Post # 3
These are beautiful! Love the font!
Post # 4
I like the guest book sign, it’s adorable.
Post # 5
Love your wreath, simple but elegant, looks amazing 🙂
Post # 6
I originally planned on adding more to the wreath but once I put the letter on, I thought it was perfect…not to mention it saved a lot of time!
Post # 7
what font is that you used in the last pic? i really like it!
Post # 8
its called albamarle swash, I loved it to, I used it everywhere…I think I downloaded it here… http://www.fonts101.com/fonts/view/Serif/19090/Albemarle_Swash.aspx
Post # 9
Gorgeous!! I may have to borrow the verbiage on the last sign.
Post # 10
@crebre80: it really helped balance things out at the chapel, most people were from my side so it was nice to have a bunch of people on both sides, plus it allowed our groomsman to hang out with each other and my husband before the wedding instead of seating people
Post # 11
Beautiful rustic wedding! Well done and best wishes!
Post # 12
Oh my goodness, gorgeous. How did you do your little stir stick circle guys? They look sturdy! I used stickers for mine, but I wasn’t 100% impressed with them.
Post # 13
I love the wording of your sign.
Post # 14
these are awesome.
I especially like your verbiage!
Post # 16
These are all such cute details! I’d also love to learn more about the drink stirrers and how you made them!