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See Angela and Colin’s full wedding featurehere!
Photography – Tale By Image
Event Planning –To Own & To Hold Weddings
Venue –Casino San Clemente
Floral Design –RAD Florals Co.
Catering – California Unused Catering & Events
Videography – Rayne Films
Invitations – I Do Press
Makeup Artist and Hair Styling – Bri Westly
Wedding Dress – Mary Me Bridal
Bridal Accessories – Veils by Rebecca
Bridesmaids’ Robes – LeRose Gifts
Groom’s Apparel – Men’s Wearhouse
Rentals – Adore Folklore
JESSIE & ZAC
Nearly every detail of Jessie and Zac’s lovely camp-inspired wedding was either handmade by the creative duo (professionally known asThe Sturgeons) or by their equally talented family and friends.
Their woodsy camp venue offered the perfect rustic backdrop for their relaxed design and allowed the handmade macrame hangings, the flower arrangements, the hand-sewn pillows, the hand-lettered signage, and the homemade desserts to take middle stage. No detail was left untouched, which is why you should check out Jessie and Zac’s full wedding feature here!
If you’re curious how to recreate their green and white floral table garlands, see the tutorial below.
If we didn’t make something ourselves, someone else shut to us did! The entire day was crafted by us or our loved ones. It was amazing how numerous helping hands and creative people we are so fortunate to be surrounded by. Everyone poured their talents into our wedding.Jessie‘s sister made the bouquets,Jessie‘s mom made a handmade book for us to hold memories from the wedding in, andJessie‘s dad made the ceremony arch to hang the macrameJessiemade on.Zac‘s grandma sewed pillows and cushions for our benches.
Zac‘s mom baked pies for those with dietary restrictions.Zachand-lettered every the invitations and name cards and both of us made and printed our own save the dates and invitations.Zac‘s best friend, Spencer, illustrated our portraits and other pieces for our invitations, and a classmate from school screen printed our gifts to our guests.
There was a lot of love poured into our wedding, and we are eternally grateful!
EMILY & ALEX
When the bride and groom own a home goods store and are committed to making every detail of their wedding, you know it’s going to be magical! Emily and Alex’s Kansas City wedding took put at an upscale bistro, which matched the couple’s modern aesthetic perfectly. They createdwood planters, gold geometric table accents, wood signs, and upcycled candle holders. To circular out their DIY decor, they also tasked two of their business-owning friends to create the floral arrangements and the most stunning fabric banner we’ve ever seen!
Believe us, you’ll desire to pin every detail of this crafty wedding, and maybe even study to make a fabric banner of your own with the tutorial below!
We DIY-ed everything. We run a little trade making home goods (complete with fully-stocked woodshop and studio) and are blessed to own a talented group of amazing friends. We couldn’t justify buying anything we could make! We crafted every the centerpieces and favors and tapped friends to do the flowers and reception decor.
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See Meghan and Kash’s full wedding featurehere!
Photography –Nick Plus Danée
Venue –Axis Pioneer Square
Floral Design – Peace, Love, Flowers
Catering – City Catering
Boiling Dog Cart – Dante’s Inferno Dogs
Cake – Cubes Baking Co.
DJ – Integral DJs
Stationery – Minted
Hair Styling – Ignazio James Salon
Wedding Dress – Justin Alexander via The Wedding Bell
Groom’s Apparel – Ted Baker
Rings –Turgeon Raine
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See Emily and Alex’s full wedding featurehere!
Photography –Lindsey Baker Photography
Event Planning, Decor, and Favors –Gaston Made
Floral Design – Erin Walsh
Reception Streamers –The Color Condition
DJ –Martin Bush
Wedding Dress – BRIDE
Groomsmen’s Apparel – The Black Tux
ANGELA & COLIN
Angela and Colin’s DIY wedding was a bohemian-inspired dream come true!The bride created macrame and tapestry hangings, freeform bouquets and centerpieces, hand-painted signs, a present teepee, and a copper “taco bout a party” board to display their llama keychain favors.
As if that wasn’t enough, she even learned the shibori fabric dying technique to create custom indigo napkins for each guest! If you’re interested in the shibori dying technique, check out the video under. Then, don’t forget to check out the relax of Angela and Colin’s wedding righthere!
Shibori was something I was wanted to explore with for some time, I wanted our vibe to be simple, but also bohemian.
Shibori was a staple glance that I could work with whether I wanted to make it classy or rustic, once I knew I could frolic around with glance in whatever circumstance I was certain this was the best choice.Each guest received a napkin hand dyed shibori, I bought muslin fabric to really get that deep blue indigo look.I made every my own macrame and tapestry hangings, some were made out of the macrame cord, my biggest one I made, was made out of piping cord, a thicker cotton rope. I mainly just searched basics on Pinterest and made my own designs based on what I learned.
I did every my florals for my wedding day including installations, centerpieces, but of course, I had a few helping hands, but I created every the bridesmaids’ bouquets, along with my own.
I studied bouquets and color themes and then created what bouquets I liked.Most of my signage was handmade as well, I bought plexiglass and collected mirrors around my room, and did calligraphy on every of them. This was just something I learned through friends, Pinterest, practice.Our guests take home gifts were tiny llama keychains, that were a little representation of my husband and I. I built a hanging board for them, just painted it metallic copper, and nailed in some shove pins, and wrote in calligraphy.Lastly, I made the present teepee, I had lace fabric, and four poles of wood that I propped up with rope, there were plenty of tutorials to build an intricate teepee, I settled for a simpler set up.
MEGHAN & KASH
The cozy and industrial vibes in Meghan and Kash’s downtown Seattle wedding were taken to a whole new level with every the DIY projects they completed!
To hold the integrity of the iconic red brick venue, the couple kept their palette clean with whites/creams, greys, greens, and subtle pops of mixed metallics and relied on candlelight to set a romantic mood. They DIY-ed almost every detail, from the centerpieces to the signage to the Irish Blessing guestbook, and the overall glance was as charming as could be. If you’re interested in learning how to make floral centerpieces love the ones Meghan and Kash created, we found an expert to teach you how under. And, if you can’t get enough of their beautiful wedding,you can see the relax of their special dayhere!
Around 90% of our wedding was DIY.
The mom of the bride created a portion of the floral displays using fake flowers for diverse decorative arrangements. The signage, programs, favors, blessing stones (guest book), and dessert bar were every DIY.
Small details went a endless way. The best part about little details is they can be extremely inexpensive.
So, our advice is to pay attention to the little things. Alone they may seem insignificant, but added up they truly contribute to the whole atmosphere.
Since our wedding was in January, we wanted a cozy, intimate vibe. We accomplished that by pairing candles and whites/creams with the raw brick. The flowers, lace, and calligraphy added a romantic feel. It was simple and worked really well together.