This dreamy wedding just makes me feel all warm and soft inside! Alex and AJ wanted a wedding that reflected their personalities and their love of finding treasures at flea markets. Their wedding was a nice mix of romance, vintage, and eclectic touches, like the amazing lamp on their sweetheart table and their silverware chandelier!
From the bride: “On my wedding day, I felt like the most special girl on earth. Every detail was just as I envisioned. The love AJ and I have for visiting Texas flea markets was the inspiration for the entire day. We love to find old, worn out items to repurpose in our home. We knew we wanted our family and friends to feel like they were not just invited to our wedding, but to our home and hearts. My love for vintage pieces and frilly touches was present in every detail, but none of this would have been possible without the help and inspiration of my mother. She made so many of the fantastic DIY touches, like the burlap roses for every chair, muslin garland, vintage bunting and even the “Here Comes the Bride” banner my flowers girls held down the aisle at the ceremony. All of these things made every detail that much more special to me on my wedding day.
“My absolute favorite part was the old, chippy porch built to house the wedding cakes. It really brought the backyard feel in. It even had a chandelier of old silverware. Our talented and amazing Event Designer made it all happen with her use of vintage finds and funky junk style.”
“My advice for future brides would be to do what you love. A wedding has no rules, make it about you and your groom! Your wedding day should reflect your personal style, so go with your heart and make it your own.”
Great advice, Alex!
Congrats Alex and AJ!
Photographer: Michelle Boyd Photography
Florals: Tamara Menges
Favors and Gifts: Gooey Butter Girls
Reception Venue: The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center
Invitation Designer: The Happy Envelope
DJ: DJ Jim Events
Ceremony Location: Grace Presbyterian Church
Calligrapher: Make Wells
Event Designer: Melissa with The Bake Shoppe and Cafe
Signage: Kerry Gilpin Percy
Submitted via Two Bright Lights