Details, details, details… And of course a little ceremony thrown into the mix.
I am so excited for this post. I LOVED what Tricia did for her reception. Who knows how many hours she spent rummaging through second hand stores to find the many different, lovely patterned plates for her guests to dine from. Not only did she purchase each plate but she made every single napkin. For the centerpieces she ran a piece of burlap down the length of the table and had bright yellow daisies in an assortment of creamy white vases as well as vases that she covered with burlap and lace. It was absolute perfection.
Let me back up just a little… when you walked down the long driveway you could see the ceremony site on the left, the house straight ahead, and the reception site to your right. In front of the house Tricia and her dad painted on old dresser drawers directions to every single place one could desire to go out in the country (ie, ceremony site, reception site, bathroom, etc). It was absolutely charming and gave such a lovely, vintage touch to the wedding.
Ryan and Tricia made fans for the guests to use during the ceremony which had the events of the day mapped out as well as all of the information for the ceremony. They were darling!
There were so many details that I can’t even cover all of them. From the lights in the trees to the handmade fabric initials hanging on the tree over the head table, everything was beautiful and perfect. It all came together seamlessly and the theme was apparent from beginning to end.
Love the burlap and lace with a splash of yellow. Tricia, you are absolutely brilliant!