Marti + Matthew

Marti and Matthew had a stunning outdoor Texas wedding (hellooooo, check out those flowers on the wedding arch!), complete with cheesecake, an awesome candy buffet, and a punchy blue and pink color palette. The bride put her graphic design knowledge to good use by creating all the signage, programs, and printed materials for the couple’s big day, and selected local vendors to help round out their vision for the wedding.

 

 

DETAILS

Location: Castroville, TX

Photography: Peacock Photography

Venue: The Grande Hall at Hofmann Ranch

Caterer: Castroville Cafe

Bakery: Ultimate Cheesecake Bakery

Florals: Viridian Design Studio

Sam + Jake

Sam and Jake had a flash mob to “Let’s Hear It For The Boy” from Footloose, and they had a Lost-themed wedding.

 

I believe I can go home now. 🙂

 

Their wedding is just fantastic. It’s so them (they bonded over Lost the first time they met), and it’s a great interpretation of the themes of the show without being too over-the-top or cheesy, which I love. They used the Dharma stations from the show as table themes and it took off from there. All the decor was created by the couple who sourced items from thrift and craft stores.

 

 

DETAILS

Location: Grayslake, IL

Photography: Studio Starling

Venue: Byron Colby Barn

 

Jaimee + Diego

I don’t know what it’s been about this week, but we have been all over the brightly colored weddings and today is no exception. The wedding of Jaimee and Diego is not only bright, but sweet and intimate and currently tugging on my heartstrings. They are just such a great couple, and Jaimee’s mother showcased their love by completely overhauling her backyard to create a great DIY wedding day.

 

 

DETAILS

Location: Colorado

Photography: AudreyMichel Photography

Event Coordination: Bella Fiori

Caterer: Footers Catering

Cake: Intricate Icings Cake Design

Katie + Jason

Y’all, Katie and Jason had a PARTY on their wedding day. Scrolling through the gallery is awesome – I love weddings where the fun is in full effect. I am also super excited about their fresh take on the literary-themed wedding. Using books in wedding decor is one of the most versatile ways to dress up your tables and spaces. It infuses your personal tastes, and introduces new aspects of you to your guests. Katie and Jason took it a few steps further by using books from their own collection, and turned them into favors by encouraging the guests to take them home.

 

 

DETAILS

Location: Homeville, IL

Photography: JPP Studios 

Venue: Ravisloe Country Club

Florals: Becca Blue Picked

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