I am so honored to have received so many inquiries about my table runners. I am a Designer and had them made professionally at my cost. I already sold the 10 I had from my wedding and I can have anything made that you want, in whatever fabric you want. I do not check this site anymore as my wedding was 6 months ago. If you are interested in seeing what my runners looked like or what I can do for your wedding, please check out my website www.christinaduffydesigns.com and look under special events. I would be happy to help you if I can.
The photos of our wedding are amazing, the photographer has a website, www.rawtography.com. His name is Ryan Williams.
I was a do-it-yourself bride and our wedding was my vision and style with my husband's approval and input. He even designed and printed our programs and placecards. We saved so much money and did everything under 10K out the door. My advise if you are doing it all yourself, set aside $300-$500 and pay someone to meet with you and your time-line, vendor sheets, etc and be there the entire day of your wedding to make sure every detail you searched for and decided on is implemented. Even if there is a site coordinator, hire your own. They have to organize the venue. Your details need to be represented by someone who knows how you want every nook and cranny to look! My friend Mandy, who did my make-up, heard I was planning on being my own site coordinator and she volunteered to do it for free because she had just gotten married and knew what I was taking on. She had all of my sketches and diagrams and was there from 8am until 4pm (one hour before ceremony) When I walked into the reception tent, I got chills. She got everything right, down to the petals on the tables. It was gorgeous and I had the entire day to be the bride. That was such an incredible gift. Do this for yourself.
Good luck in your planning! Take a lot of deep breaths and remember that the relationship with your husband is the most important detail. Don't overlook it. xo