I know everyone is in a holiday mood but I finally got the pictures from one of the weddings I did a couple of months ago. It was another beautiful vintage style, which I absolutely adore… The next post will be holiday oriented I promise. In the mean time enjoy…
The brides and bridesmaids bouquet
Up close of the brides bouquet. A combination of garden Roses, Eucalyptus, blue Thistle, Dusty Miller, Stock, Lavender and Sage.
boutonnieres for the groom and best man.
The bride and groom were delivered to the reception in a vintage tractor and carriage.
The carriage with a garland of Baby’s Breath.
A stack of vintage suitcases with the top one filled with flowers greats the guests at the entrance to the ceremony.
Along with the check in table and a wagon of parasols.
A bit of decoration on the way to the ceremony. That is actually my husbands bed side table. He is very accommodating actually. There are a number of occasions where he would come home from work and small things like the living room couch and coffee table would be rented out for a wedding. So far I haven’t rented the bed yet… I think he might draw the line at that.
The ceremony Chuppa (with the living room carpet on the lawn!)
In the trees surrounding the Chuppa I hung lots of birdcages with flowers spilling out.
The aisle (the carpets from the hallway…)
I hung small jars with flowers at the back of the chuppa.
How fun are they?
The bride’s Dad driving the couple to the reception.
I created a fun eclectic sign that hung on the back of the carrage.
One of the arrangements on the cocktail tables.
I hung birdcages with flowers at the reception also.
A lounge we set up for the cocktail hour (the living room couch and chair by the way…)
An old wine barrel caddy as a coffee table.
Another cocktail table arrangement.
A reception table arrangement. I placed a small floral arrangement under an old cloche and hung the “bloom” sign on it.
Some vintage tins filled with flowers
The head table. I used a glass door off an old cabinet, set it on it’s side and then set various arrangements and bits around it.
Upclose shot of the glass door and the bits around it. I stacked a couple of antique floral frogs and then tucked a couple of flowers in the top.
More of the head table…
A vintage tray with bottles of flowers.
A fun item for the buffet… Those are my boots!
The cake… it is hard to tell but there are a variety of vintage apothecary jars filled with flowers surrounding the cake.
All the pictures, by the way, are from the wondefully tallented Brian and Brady of BB photography.
Hope you enjoyed the pics… see you with some holiday stuff soon…