Now that I’m up an blogging again I’d like to go back in time and revisit some fantastic events that were left out.
Meet Bekka and Matt-2 of the most creative people I’ve ever had the pleasure of working with. In a nut shell I was their only outside vendor. They either made it themselves, or their family or friends did. It resulted in a beautiful day-visually and of the heart. They are so in love.
Bekka started with a ‘find’ at a thrift store. Then went on to add the floral neck line and rework them hem
Parasols were recovered by Bekka as well.
The guys wore suits from H&M. The tie tacks and cuff links are from a Etsy vendor made of watch parts.
Again, ALL the hair pieces were crafted by Bekka.
so sweet. so shy.
Bekka’s mom performed the ceremony softly lite by candle light and late afternoon sun surrounded by artwork of Matt’s creation.
having things tossed on you always seems like a good idea.
This amazing backdrop was created by Matt. It was so lovely I wanted to do a whole wall in my bedroom with this concept. Alas it’s not as easy as he made it look.
Now THIS is how to do a photo booth. Think theater set meets family heirlooms and POOF there ya go.
Fun was had by ALL.
Bekka hand sewed all the fans guest found on their ceremony sets. The photo wall documented their life up to that day. AND the ceramic center pieces were created by Bekka as well.
Family portraits were captured under a giant hand painted canvas.
All the girls were sporting rings hand crafted by the crafty Bekka.
Ah, Grandpa’s original recipe how I wish I could have tried you…..
some of the sweetest moments of the day
ah, did I mention Bekka is a ceramic artist?-and responsible for not only the cake topper but all the tea candle favors.
What a way to end the day. Slow dancing under fairy lights and pompoms at dusk.
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