Glad everyone enjoyed seeing how my idea for my wedding day flowers came about. It was so much!
Yes some people thought I was crazy for wanting to do so much for my wedding, but I had amazing help.
The morning of my wedding, my girls and I got to work. We trimmed the flowers and filled the mason jars. Very Easy! I have very talented friends.
thanks girls for all the help. I could of not done it without you guys!!
I had some jars be filled with lemon and lime slices for a little more color!
Loved all the little details about the flowers, vases, and wood and how they all came together.
The bride and groom table
I loved all the decorations so much!
Seriously, I was so pleased with how everything turned out. Really blew my mind how beautiful the reception room looked. I was nervous how everything was going to turn out but in the end it all turned out perfect.
We even used the flowers and wood pieces the next day at they brunch! Great way to reuse the flowers right? I though so.
These were the bridesmaid flowers.
This one was from my dessert bar.
It was so sad when the flowers started to die, as I truly loved them so much! I wish there was a way for me to keep them forever. I did manage to dry out my flower bouquet!
Seeing these pictures again really bring back the memories of my wedding, it is fun sharing with them you all and fun for me to relive it again through pictures. oh the memories
Recap of DIY wedding center pieces:
- mason jars as vases (already owed) – free
- wood pieces (cut by groom’s father) – free
- wholesale cost of hydrangea (from a local flower nursery)
- sticks/twigs from HomeGoods for about $20
- bags of lemon and limes for a few dollars
Not bad for saving some money for your wedding reception.
More wedding pictures coming soon!
till next time,