This week I've highlighted Laura and Steve's ceremony and reception. Today, let's look at some of the special details.
All photos by: Laurie Peacock.
Laura purchased her earrings and necklace from Precious Meshes on Etsy.
The jewelry is made from vintage chandelier crystals and hand-crocheted fine silver mesh.
Did you notice how, when held up to the light, you can see a heart in the crystal?
I love her fabulous birdcage veil!
Each bridesmaid received a vintage handkerchief, perfect to tuck into their pockets on the day of the wedding. I adore dresses with pockets! The hankies were from Kindred Thymes on Etsy and the dresses were from White House Black Market.
Laura made these clutches for her girls. I like the contrast of the fun lining. Tucked inside is the Maid of Honor's toast.
Laura's bouquet was wrapped in lace from her mother's dress and vintage typewriter keys.
The unity candle was also wrapped in coordinating damask fabric.
These pomanders were another DIY project. They were a perfectly simple way to line the aisle.
Steve changed into Converse sneakers after the ceremony.
I tucked the escort cards into the blades of grass.
The cake was a real show stopper. We delayed cutting it until later in the evening so as to leave the cake on display. The custom cake toppers are from Goose Grease on Etsy.
Laura and Steve got creative when it came to table tents as well. Each card featured the bride and groom from their cake topper with different items that are reflective of the couple. Photos included Scrabble pieces, Wii controlers, cooking and baking utensils, and books. Their dog, Charlie, was kind enough to model for this one.
The couple purchased bags of granola as favors and packaged them in these muslin bags.
A donation was made to Blue Sky Bakery.
I really enjoyed working with you both. Laura, I am excited to work with you as fellow coordinators as well!