Friday, June 4, 2010

DIY Inspired Ceremony

We always love working with brides with a vision! This was a DIY bride who was looking for an eclectic, feminine, vintage feel which was representative of her creative, laid back personality! This was achieved through an infusion of textures, mediums and fibers in shades of muted rose, ivory, grey, lilac and blue. The ceremony (all guests standing) took place on a beautiful day in the courtyard outside of Studio 887 at the King Plow Arts Center. Coffee stained lanterns, ribbon, fabric runners and mason jars hung from the trees and building and fresh flowers and candles accented the outside tables. The altar was fashioned from ivory panels with free flowing ribbons and framed by lanterns and planters. Bouquets included roses, spray roses, fabric accents and dusty miller. What a fun and inspiring ceremony! See below for a few shots- thanks to Our Labor of Love.





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