Posts Tagged ‘handmade wedding’
Lawrence and Kate wanted to keep their wedding budget as low as possible and we’re truly amazed at how they stuck to their goal and created such a beautiful wedding. They had a color palette of pale pinks and grey, and the bridesmaids wore the cutest striped dresses. They added little handmade details throughout that let their personalities and style shine through.
Photographer: Melissa Copeland Photography | Dress: Davids Bridal | Mens Attire: JCPenny | Venue: Castle Finn Winery, St. Marshall, IL
From their Photographer: Lawrence and Kate were an extremely sweet couple. Aside from great personalities they shared a mutual agreement for keeping their wedding budget as low as they could. They succeeded and still managed to have a gorgeous wedding. Although a low budget was their goal they did not skip out on having stylized details that made this wedding truly one of a kind!
If you’re feeling a bit of the midweek drag, this Rustic Tennessee Vineyard Wedding will pick you right up! There are the cutest details throughout that are subtle but leave a lasting impression. The girls wore red and pink while the guys wore blue with matching red and pink ties, and their flower girl had the sweetest berry crown. We love the peaches added to the flower centerpieces and their photo booth backdrop made of tied pieces of fabric. And last but not least, these photos captured by the talented Justin Wright Photography are stunning!
Photographer: Justin Wright Photography | Event Planner: Vision in White Events | Venue: Hachland Hill, Nashville, TN | Stationery: White Tulip Designs | Flowers: Turnbull Creek Farm
Today’s wedding is the perfect example of DIY gone so right. The bride and groom, along with their family, made almost everything for their wedding from the programs to wildflowers arrangements to chalkboard drawings, and even the wine was made by the groom’s parents from their own winery. The bride looked amazing in her simple spaghetti strap dress from Mod Cloth (would you believe it was only $100?). Their wedding, set outdoors surrounded by large trees, looks so whimsical and fun — check out all the pretty pictures and see for yourselves!
Photographer: Kat Skye Photography
From their Photographer: This couple is truly loved. This wedding not only showcased their love for each other, but the love they have from family and friends. It was just one big party to celebrate all this love! The wedding looked like it belonged in an Anthropologie store and most of the decorations were handmade by either Colin and Corey or their gifted family. They designed and hand printed all the programs and CD covers, they did all the chalk art, Colin brewed all the beer, their family members arranged all the flowers (most of which were wild flowers from the property) and Colin’s parents made all the wine from their own winery. It was the DIY wedding of all DIY weddings and everything was so beautiful. And even their musically gifted friends joined in by performing “On Top of the World” by Imagine Dragons, which was a surprise gift to Colin and Corey. The whole day was so magical and just a celebration of love. Oh and did I mention she got her wedding dress from Mod Cloth [for $100]? Ya, she did. Stunning.
This bride transformed a horse barn into a beautiful country wedding venue. Most of their cute details were DIY; they had haystacks decorating the aisle with festive bunting and pretty wildflower arrangements. The mismatched bridesmaid dresses looked perfect together with all of the girls in cowboy boots. Check out all the cuteness for yourself!
Photographer: Grant & Deb Photographers | Event Designer: Distinctive Event Rentals | Flowers: Palette of Petals | Dress: David’s Bridal | Hair: Ron Paul Hair Salon | Caterer: Mosaic Cafe | Bakery: Sweet Temptations Dessert Cafe | Venue: Fair Winds Farm, Virginia Beach, Virginia
From their Photographer: This DIY bride transformed a horse barn into her very own wedding venue. A wedding day full of her own special touches throughout. This unique setting gave not only the bride and groom a day they will never forget but all their guests as well!