All photos by Victoria Sprung.
I love it when a bride wears colorful shoes!
Jessica made her matron of honor's bouquet, shown here, as well as her own.
The programs were another DIY project.
The bride and groom incorporated a wine and chocolate ceremony into the service.
Eric got in the spirit and wore colorful socks!
Jessica made these accordion trays to hold the escort cards.
The cake perfectly complements the warm, fall theme.
Candlelight always makes a room feel more romantic. Here is one of the centerpieces.
Other centerpieces included bunches of hydrangeas in a rustic looking nest. Candles were wrapped with vellum table numbers. Jessica added threading to the layered menu cards.
The bride and groom opted for a family style dinner, and asked members of their families to bring their own signature desserts to add to the sweet table.
There was a large assortment of cupcakes, including red velvet. Yum!
In lieu of a guest book, guests were asked to sign squares of fabric that the couple will later use to make a quilt.
Jessica is a sweet tooth - a girl after my own heart. In addition to the extensive dessert table and cake, guests were given different flavors of caramel apples to bring home.
Thanks so much for allowing me to be a part of your big day. Congratulations!