They say the magic is in the details…and when it comes to making your dream wedding a reality, this is absolutely the truth! Of course for my big day, I focused on the paper goods to reinforce our vintage-garden theme. One of my most beloved creations- the stitched burlap ceremony programs and it is an honor to have the DIY tutorial featured on Intimate Weddings today!
Be sure to visit Intimate Weddings blog for information on materials and DIY instructions! And HUGE thank you to the oh-so-incredible Jenny Martell Photography for the dreamy images!
I love pairing simple, organic elements with ultra feminine materials such as frilly chiffon, lace, or pearls. Rustic chic just seems to be the best of both style worlds and can easily be achieved by taking advantage of natures finest elements and incorporating lots of texture…with a dash of girly glamour.
So from me to you….a rustic collage of prettiness, which happens to include of number of Memento Designs photos! Enjoy!
Table setting: Little Emma English Home
Bridal photo: my own personal fav; Jenny Martell Photography; venue-Parkhouse Antiques
Buttons: Sparkle and Hay
Button and Lace Wedding Invitation (New!): Memento Designs
Vintage cardigans and jewelry: BHLDN
Flowers: Memento Designs
Embellished wedding gown: Alisa Benay
So ecstatic to have have the boutonnieres from our wedding selected as a Knot Pick! All credit goes to Heidi from Lilac and Co., who did the most amazing job on our florals. LOVE her. And of course, thank you again and again to our photographer Jenny Martell for capturing every minute of it!
To see the this Knot Pick along with the full gallery, click here.
So excited to be selected as a “Knot Pick” for wedding programs! You can view more images of these programs on my blog by clicking here or view the post on the Knot’s website here.
I am very excited to announce that my wedding was one of 20 chosen to be featured in the Fall/Winter edition of The Knot Texas magazine. The magazine is full of stylish ideas and you can pick up a copy at any newsstand now!
To see even more pictures of our vintage inspired wedding, click here
My husband and I were married on a beautiful day in September at the Aldredge House in the Historic Swiss Avenue District. Every detail of the wedding was inspired by a passion for vintage design and shabby elegance. In order to stay within our budget and to personalize things as much as possible, we incorporated DIY projects throughout and limited the guest list to include only our family and closest friends.
Once again, Jenny Martell Photography! So exciting to be part of the magazine and for Jenny’s work to be recognized on the cover!
Don’t worry…..if you did not get a copy, my mom has about 17 of them. I am sure she would be willing to part with one of them.
I had the most incredible time at my bridal session, taken at Parkhouse Antiques in Dallas’s design district. Their pieces are literally jaw-dropping, especially the original 1800′s carousel horse from France. The perfect backdrop for a romantic, vintage inspired wedding. Jenny Martell truly captured a nostalgic drama in these photos.
Inspirations for our engagment shoot with Jenny Martell: Southern romance, The Notebook, nature, vintage charm, and my personal favorite, the Fedora.