I am getting married and, of course, took it upon myself to do most of it...from the invitation, to the decor, to the guest favors! My fianceé and I knew from the beginning that our party would be smallish (it ended up at 80 guests) and more casual compared to others so I knew I wanted to do as much as possible myself because I love doing this kind of stuff! We planned our wedding on a day I would be on summer break, which has given me plenty of time to rest and enjoy doing these things. It's what I love! I wouldn't have it any other way!
Once my man and I decided on the palette (white, black and green), I went about looking for references and creating a Pinterest board and filled it up with ideas. Throughout a couple of months of pinning during free moments, the style I wanted became clearer and clearer. Later on I made some sketches of what I wanted the guest, bride and groom, favor, snack (POPCORN BAR!!), cake and guest book tables to look like and went about searching on Amazon and local shops for what I needed. Here are some pictures of stuff I ordered from Amazon as well as DIY decoration.
You can expect pictures of the finished venue very soon! Cheers! :)
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