11.03.2011

DIY wedding decor

Hi Everyone!

It's so good to be back and start living a "real" life since the honeymoon. The wedding was such a whirlwind, but it was so much fun. One of my favorite things is when all my friends are together, and that's how it was (minus my old roommate Kate, who sadly had to work that weekend:-( ).

I am so grateful I have parents who wanted to host this special day for me. It was amazing; everything from the weather to the ceremony to the decorations to the honeymoon. I want to thank everyone who helped out so much (it was much needed if you remember).

I want to give a more detailed account of the whole weekend, but this post I want to dedicate to my wedding planner/friend Danielle Pfleger. She was amazing! She handled everything so well and was super organized. She has a knack for all things decorations, and saved me so much money by providing decor she already had. The things she did buy were always on sale too. She was a lifesaver, and this wedding couldn't of happened without her! If you are in the Atlanta area, and are planning an event (wedding, engagement party, wedding/baby shower), you should definitely hit her up, because she did an amazing job! Her website is here or you can email her at danielle.emma.pfleger (at) gmail.com.

Here are some photos of the reception decorations with Danielle's captions:

mason jars with twine hang from hooks along the aisle filled with spray roses and greens

pre-ceremony shot as set-up was going on . band getting ready . riverside . hanging lanterns from rope

split pea fills mason jars ties with twine to hold homemade food labels glued to twigs ... these were for the 3 homemade bbq sauce choices

white roses and sunflowers in mason jars, sterling lantern, burlap runner, logs & candles

split peas in cylinder vase with trees, hanging moss & candles in mason jars

cake table . "eat cake" burlap homemade banner . tealight iron candles . homemade cake stand from mason jars . fresh flower cake topper

homemade cross with spray roses & moss:

white rose mason jar arrangement, sterling lantern, burlap runner, logs

white cloths, burlap runner, logs, mason jars, candles & sunflowers

gift table welcomes guests . a simple arrangement . homamade 'oh happy day' banner . lantern to drop cards in . chicken wire basket lined with linen holds the programs

riverside wood tables with lanterns & mason jar arrangement

riverside highboys surrund the hay barn . music & dancing with mountain views . logs & mason jar candles . natural arrangement


2 comments:

Lauren said...

I love the mason jars with the roses! Such a cute touch!! Congratulations on getting married!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Lauren

http://www.laurensweetnothings.blogspot.com/

DIY Favors said...

Love the flowers in the mason jars and pretty much everything else! Love the amount of wooden decorations - it adds such a rustic feel.