Katiae45 had the epitome of a vintage shabby chic wedding. This bride wow'd her guests with numerous DIY details and vintage touches. Beautiful flowers were a staple throughout the affair, from the lined ceremony aisle to the adorable floral filled teacups at the reception. Also be sure to take a look at the couple's multiple vintage inspired engagement picture sessions. They really set the tone for what was in store for the wedding itself.
05/14/2012 at 08:45 am
Your pics were awesome..you are very talented. Thank you so much for replying to my group. You seemed to be really enjoying yourself in the pics. I really like your idea for the programs..allowing the children to draw them. I also like the concept of the napkins folded like roses. I especially liked the idea of the just married banner. Your chuppah was beautiful..can you tell me where you got it done and how i can go about either doing it myself or ordering it. I like the concept of the soon to be mr & mrs hands on butt pic..ha.ha!! Also, the pic where you were kissing the frog and then the groom was in the pics ...awesome! Our colors are going to be lt blue and white and accent color silver. Our wedding theme is going to be PSALMS 122:6 PRAY FOR THE PEACE OF JERUSALEM.
I need your help...with ideas..We do not have much money. Stan works full time and I am disabled and can not work..not by choice thought. I have my dress,location for reception and ceremony which is free. We have the rings which we bought off of ebay. So mainly, I have to get up reception and wedding decorations and table ware and linens. Then caterer!! I am trying to get a photographer from a new by college for free. Still working on it. I live in Greenville south carolina. Plan on having around 75-100 guests!! Afternoon time!!
I LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR NEXT REPLY