Here is a wedding you are sure to be inspired by. Filled with handcrafted details, one of a kind decor, and that sweet, rustic charm that we love, I just continue to ooh and awe over the personal touches that flood this event. It is no wonder it was one of my absolute favorite weddings and also featured on Style Me Pretty!
Working with Dawn on her wedding paper goods was truly a creative endeavor. We spent many months collaborating on her invitation design and working to create something that was truly reflective of her big day. We knew we had to incorporate lace, burlap, kraft paper and “the chair.” The chair? Yep! Over time, Dawn collected 120 vintage chairs for the seating at her wedding. She painted most the them aqua (her colors were coral and aqua) and they served as the most beautiful, bold backdrop for her rustic barn wedding. Her invitation ended up being something that could only be Dawn and Anthony’s.
And I must add…since Dawn’s wedding she has started her own vintage china and furnishings rental business called Something Vintage Rentals. Check it out!
The beautiful couple! Dawn’s dreamy dress is by none other than Monique Lhuillier
The collection of vintage, hand painted chairs. Lace and burlap table cloths, distressed barn wood, clusters of crystal chandeliers….a sea a vintage prettiness that came together in the most perfect way.
The stunning place settings featuring Dawn’s vintage china and burlap chargers. LOVE!
To see more of Dawns collections available for rent, visit her site Something Vintage Rentals
The wedding invitation and RSVP postcard. The invitation was backed in burlap fabric. The doily design on the RSVP tied in perfectly with the doily lined kraft brown envelopes. Also included in Dawn’s invitation package was a custom designed map. Will follow up with more images later!
More paper goods details by Memento Designs
Button table numbers and lace table clothes!
The place cards at each seat tied in the invitation design and contained a personal note for every guest.
We made Dawn’s programs a multipage stacked format and again, incorporated the chair and flourishes from her invitation.
Each program was tied together with twine.
And the cake? Precious! I adore the little vintage birdies and lace details.
Again, I will follow up with more images of Dawn’s invitation design. Until then, enjoy!