This is a DIY wedding dream come true (as one of our readers appropriately coined). Even better than that, it's filled to the brim with spunk, personality and total charm. Which you know I love. The bride, who happens to run a cute, cute, cute little company called Smitten Studio, went above and beyond, crafting the most perfect details a girl could ever want. And lucky for us... Jess + Nate Studios captured the day to perfection. Paying total homage to the DIY spirit and unabashed fun.
For the Table linens: I got 27 yards of yellow burlap fabric from a local fabric store and cut them down to size. The Stationery Suite I designed and printed in my studio at home. The flowers were ordered online and 600 roses showed up via fedex. We painted small flower pots and tied the bakers twine a head of time. At the location my mother in law assembled them and made the bouquets. The Fans/Programs, hanging flower print monograms, paper funnels for confetti, menus and place cards were I also designed and printed at my home studio. The Photo booth consisted of: curtains from Urban Outfitters, Mustaches on a stick that my groom and I made, Picture frame from Ikea that we took a coat of paint to and a chalkboard frame from Paper Source.The Pinwheels we also created using patterns that I designed and printed on paper. We then cut them down and used that as the wheely part (lacking the technical term). Wooden dowels, map pins and some beads were used to finish them off. I also painted the cake toppers in our likeness.
There is even more cuteness to dig into with this one. Here is part one, two, and the film of this picture perfect wedding.
Photography: Jess + Nate Studios / Invitations + Paper Goods: Smitten Studios / Dress: La Fluer by Anne Barge / Venue: Inn at Stonecliffe, Mackinac Island
Michigan Wedding, III
This is a DIY wedding dream come true (as one of our readers appropriately coined). Even better than that, it's filled to the brim with spunk, personality and total charm. Which you know I love. The b...