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Homegrown Wedding Ideas

Love the juxtaposition of dark wood and the crispy white milkglass and vintage china from this shoot sent our way by Cmostr and the rustic chic paper goods Magpie Paper Works. The gown came from The Bridal Garden , a bridal boutique whose proceeds goes to charity. See all images from this shoot in our gallery!

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white and wood rustic wedding ideas

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white and wood rustic wedding ideas

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white and wood rustic wedding ideas

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Cmostr and the rustic chic paper goods Magpie Paper Works. The gown came from The Bridal Garden , a bridal boutique whose proceeds goes to charity. See all images from this shoot in our View more wedding ideas

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Photography and Styling: Cmostr/ Paper Products: Magpie Paper Works / Food Styling: Yellow Button Bake Shoppe / Wedding Dress: The Bridal Garden / Hair: Danielle Design / Calligraphy: Curlicue Designs / Props: Allen’s Antiques, Milford NJ / Venue: Private Residence in New Jersey

Cmostr and Magpie Paper Works are members of Blue Label

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