Annie did the flowers, and they were perfection. She totally captured the vibe with just a few blooms!
Julia was in charge of the guest table, and made a lovely display with photos and vintage props. Instead of a traditional guestbook, guests signed a globe that had been painted matte black.
It all came together for the perfect rustic chic wedding.
- Antipasto Skewers
- Crudites with Ranch
- Sweet Garlic Meatballs
- Shrimp Cocktail
- Pork Tenderloin Sliders
- Beef Tenderloin Sliders
- Citrus Water
- Bottled Izzie
- Bottled IBC
- Cappuccino station
- Dark Chocolate & Salted Caramel
dark chocolate cake, filled with salted caramel buttercream, iced with dark chocolate buttercream
- Vanilla Bean & Lemon Cream
vanilla cake, filled with creamy lemon curd, iced with vanilla bean buttercream
- Triple Strawberry
strawberry cake, filled with strawberry preserves, iced with fresh strawberry swiss meringue
- hay bales
- stenciled burlap overlays
- candles, candles, and more candles (graciously loaned from Courtney's wedding)
- scads of small wood slices (graciously loaned from Courtney's wedding)
- bits of moss tucked in everywhere (graciously loaned from Courtney's wedding)
- gold circle garland
- matte black mason jars
- brass birds figurines
- cluster of hanging poms and lanterns
- amazing flowers by Annie
- chalkboard signs with lovely type drawn by Cory
You can see the first post about Julia's wedding here.
I'll be back tomorrow with some photos of the happy couple.
Most photos by Perfect Perceptions, a few by me.