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Durham Food Truck Wedding

One of our favorite new additions to weddings is the food truck — such a stress-free way to add a little fun and uniqueness to your big day, like this one from Oh! Darling Photography. Mary and Tommy brought on three different food trucks to feed their guests, crafted pom pom garlands to decorate their reception space, and decorated their maids in pretty frocks from Whitney Deal. Make sure to read through to get some tips from the bride in dealing with hiccups on your wedding day!

newlyweds by brick wall

From the bride, Mary: We wanted a laid back evening wedding with children running around barefoot, people drinking bottles of beer and lots of family and friends on the dance floor.

bride getting ready

colored pencil invitations

watercolor flowers pastels

vintage bride with veilgroom in blue tie

watercolor bridesmaids dresses

There was a lot of community support that pulled this wedding together. We made pompom garlands over several craft and wine evenings and friends met early the morning of the wedding to arrange flowers, set up chairs and hang decorations. If we had a theme it would be that there is beauty in the small imperfections of many hands contributing.

groomsmen in black suits

blue green boutonnieressimple bridal beauty

pom pom garland decor

bride and groom outdoors

bride and groom hugging

strawberry wedding cakeschalkboard reception menus

black and white cake cutting

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? On your wedding day, let go of all the details and minutia that you spent the last months poring over, even if it’s a conscious decision you have to remind yourself of multiple times. Accept however you feel throughout the day even if it’s not what you expected to feel at a certain moment. Also, remember that what you see on wedding blogs and photos is one small slice of the day. It poured on our wedding day so the natural lighting that attracted us to the reception hall was replaced with fluorescent lights that made me feel like I was at a gym. One of the food trucks arrived an hour late. Our DJ accidentally played from the “do-not-play” list. Don’t fret about having the perfect day, but focus on planning a celebration that is meaningful for you.

rainy day food trucks

bride and groom

locopops for guestspacked food for guests

whole foods cakes

black and white first dance


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Wedding Location: Durham, NC / Ceremony Venue: Blacknall Presbyterian Church / Reception Venue: Trotter Building / Wedding Photographer: Oh! Darling Photography / Wedding Dress: Halcyon Vintage (Richmond, VA) / Bride’s Shoes: Aldo / Bridesmaids Dresses: Whitney Deal / Bride’s Hair: Posh Salon / Groom’s Suit: Banana Republic / Wedding Flowers: Whole Foods / Food Trucks: Tacqueria Don Fily, Sympathy for the Deli, and Cafe Prost / Wedding Cakes: Whole Foods / Frozen Pops: Locopops / DJ: A+ DJ / Wedding Invitations: Bride

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