March 11, 2014

our wedding, part V: the details

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Vintage clutch (my something blue) thrifted for $10 at an antique shop

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My mom & some family member's made the personalized hangers for my bridesmaids and I.

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Heels from David's Bridal
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unity candles
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lace bows on the end of the reserved seating at the ceremony made by my mom
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This whole groom's table ordeal was a total surprise for us! I picked out the cake, but the rest was Larry's parents' idea! And yes, that's a rhino at our wedding reception! Haha!

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All of the jars were thrifted and personalized by mom, sista, and I.

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I thrifted this old vintage box, then mom and sista helped me make it cute!
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All of the centerpiece decor was thrifted and then DIY'd by myself and family & friends.
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I made this wooden W from my old jewelry
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Cold drinks were served in a pirogue! 
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I had nightmares about my flowers, but they turned out being one of my favorite details!

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The three doors were put together by my Pawpaw Mike.

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Ring box made by me

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part I: getting ready
part II: the bridal party
part III: the prayer
part IV: the prayer

12 comments:

  1. How amazingly Southern! I love all of your choices!

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  2. what a gorgeous post! I love how many of the sweet details were made by you/a family member. I really love the idea of those hangers, I might have to add that to my wedding list. I have loved looking at all your wedding posts!!

    ♥ perfectly PRIYA

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  3. I can't believe you made all those lovely decorations! That must have been a lot of hard work but so rewarding knowing you and your loved ones made all that while saving so much money. Great job Danielle! Everything looks so lovely!

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  4. Ohhh so lovely. The flowers are especially beautiful and the W with the jewelry is so so gorgeous! :) -Alexandra

    Simply Alexandra: My Favorite Things

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  5. Wow you are so creative! This is truly a primitive/DIY/vintage wedding. You should create a book of ideas for other brides to be ;) Rachel of http://Garaytreasures.wordpress.com

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  6. giiiiiirl! i LOVE the bejeweled W!
    (also, i love your new nav bar across the top. it's perfection now!)

    xo nicole
    writeslikeagirlblog.com

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  7. Everything was perfect! I love the way it all turned out. And what a fun surprise of the groom's table--so cute!

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  8. I'm completely obsessed with your flowers!! Almost makes me wish I had done a summer wedding so there would've been a tad more variety in ours!! Basically your wedding looks like Pinterest perfection.

    http://sewmysoul.blogspot.com/2014/03/how-to-plan-wedding-in-100-days-or-less.html

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  9. I love all the details for your wedding! Every thing looked fabulous - I love the choose a seat sign, ring box, and all the thrifted pieces.

    -Chelsea
    chelsandthecity.blogspot.com

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  10. I have enjoyed all of your Wedding Posts because let's face it you were a Gorgeous Bride. I have never commented on that before but I loved your Gown, Shoes, Clutch & Pearl Bracelet. Your Husband did a great job choosing such a pretty Engagement Ring, too. All the details and decorations on your wedding is flawless. So thoughtful and beautiful and you should be very proud. I particularly love the W with all the brooches and pins and the Mason Jars.

    And I realized I wasn't following you via Bloglovin, just through GFC, Now I follow you through both. Please follow me on both, too. Much appreciated.

    Oh and BTW I am now all caught up with your blog. Hopefully you will appreciate my showering of comments and compliments and forget me for not stopping by in a couple of weeks. =)


    Have a Great Weekend, Ada.

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    1. And *forgive me (not forget) I meant to say. LOL

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