Kat and Nick’s reception was most expressive of the do-it-herselfer’s talent.
Paint chips: Place cards/ Table numbers / Wedding Art
I cut out little circles from paint swatches I’d collected over the years (there are perks to being a pack rat) and asked people to sign them with silver sharpie so I could make a piece of art after the wedding.
I made some really simple table numbers, and Muscari Design used my antique teal glass collection and zinnias (my favorite!) for the centerpieces.
I also designed our program and had it printed on different colored card stock so I could make it like a fan, with the last page being a removable fill-in-the-blank sheet for our guests. I still love to read through those. People had the funniest predictions for our future. 🙂
Wedding Cake & Topper
Simma’s made our amazingly delicious cake (alternating layers of bananas-chocolate and carrot-butter cream)
Lollipop Workshop personalized cake toppers made the adorable topper that looked like us(with out dog Murphy). She even made the dress look like mine, and made Nicks eyes two different color(which they actually are).
Crazy Booth Photo Guests
Our photographers, Valo Photography, were wonderful, and they set up what they call a “crazy booth” in the corner of the room. We ended up with some excellent pictures from that:
Thank you, Kat and Nick, for sharing your amazing wedding.