Wait until you hear this! The gorgeous bride behind this next wedding is sporting a look from Anthropologie. No, their new wedding line hasn’t come out yet. This crafty bride actually made her wedding dress from Anthropologie shower curtains! I kid you not. I think she deserves a gold star for ingenuity and the rest of the wedding is pretty splendid as well. With photography by Marni Rothschild Pictures and design and styling by Ooh! Events, this little number is going down in the DIY record books. {click here for the FULL wedding gallery}

{you can find the FULL wedding in the gallery}

Steve and I wanted to create a cozy and fun evening for our guests, while keeping things simple and romantic. The oak trees, and the Cotton Dock’s water view and fireplace were what sold us on Boone Hall. Having s’mores by the fire was something Steve & I really wanted to have at the reception, and loved seeing all the kids (and even some grown ups!) enjoying them. I also love all things historic and vintage, so I was able to incorporate some elements into the design – vintage postcards of Boone Hall for the save-the-date; my collection of historic bottles, which Lisa created beautiful floral arrangements for; milk glass cake stands for the pie table; and a galvanized bucket of old fashioned sodas for guests to enjoy before the ceremony. Despite the the chilly temperature, it was such a heartwarming day!

Photography: Marni Rothschild / Florist: Out of Hand / Design and Rentals: Ooh! Events / Band: Danger Muffin / Ceremony Music: Sage & Spirit / Wedding Dress Designer: Tricia Kurth/ Makeup: Moore Makeup / Hair: Affair Hair by Tanesha / Venue: Boone Hall

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