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Oregon Farm Wedding

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This wedding sent over by Anna Jaye Photography shows how to expertly play with textures and colors to create a fun, relaxed, and memorable wedding day. Kelsey and Greg had a little over a year to plan their ceremony and reception, and the results show in what amounts to a truly romantic affair. With pinwheels, burlap, and lace, there are just enough handcrafted details to go around!

newlyweds in white

From the bride, Kelsey: When we set out to plan this wedding 15 months ago, I really wanted to create a style that was not only vintage chic, but created a very romantic environment with the colors and fabrics. I loved the mixture of textures, incorporating burlap and lace, because it’s very feminine while rough around the edges at the same time.


gold glitter bow shoes

portland map signs

gold wedding shoesjeweled hair accessories

pink bridesmaids dresses

Some adjectives to describe the look we were going for are: romantic, vintage, and whimsical. Our colors palette was anything from peach to coral, khaki to the brown of our burlap table runners. We also tried to incorporate gold glitter wherever we could, because I’m a little obsessed with the color peach and gold glitter. Because we had 15 months to plan our wedding, there were many DIY projects involved. Greg created a Greg


pink bridesmaids dresses

flower aisle decorstring wedding signs

bride during ceremony

newlyweds first kiss

rustic wedding programsrustic wedding programs

pinwheel wedding decor

sit sign seating charts

We created twine globes that hung above the area in which we were married. We created all of the programs (which were gold glitter fans), the seating assignment cards that hung on the vintage mattress spring, and my mom made half of the centerpieces which were succulents planted and arranged in vintage sewing boxes. My MOST favorite DIY item at the wedding was our cake backdrop which was created by myself and my best friend Alicea. Most everything we did at the wedding was DIY. With the help of Pinterest, Etsy, my best friend Alicea (whose wedding was 3 weeks before mine!), and my very patient now-husband we created the perfect wedding for us!


minimal reception tables

bride and groomhanging chair signs

pinwheel cake tables

hang drink tagsgold hang tags

state shaped cake toppers

ruffled wedding cakes

coral bridesmaids dresseswhite orange bouquets

orange menu signs

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Many brides can put together a beautiful ceremony in a short period of time, however, I felt so stress-free and had the luxury of planning every last detail with our wedding 15 months from when we got engaged. We were able to work with every one of our first choice vendors because we booked them so far in advance. We negotiated better contracts because we had more time. We planned every single detail, down to the napkins with 15 months. Don’t rush it – enjoy your engagement, and focus on the details, because that’s what makes it your day and not someone else’s!


map wedding details

rustic table decorflower frog table numbers

vintage detail centerpieces

string wrapped decor

vintage wedding picturesvintage wedding pictures

chalkboard menu ideas

lolich farm signs

When I first started planning, I was a little bit of a control freak, but was able to delegate things to my friends and family little by little as time went on. One thing to remember is: people want to help! Weddings are a labor of love and friends love helping with crafts and planning, all you have to do is ask! I can’t tell you how many craft days we had leading up to the wedding day! I was reminded of how blessed I am by my amazing family and friends!


vintage detail centerpieces

dessert table displaysdessert table displays

card holder displays

dessert table displaysstar wars cake toppers

newlyweds just married signs

bride and groom leaving

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

 

Wedding Music:
Bridal Party Processional: “The Luckiest,” Ben Folds
Processional: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow,” Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
Recessional: “You Make My Dreams Come True,” Hall & Oates
First Dance: “Let it Be Me,” Ray Lamontagne
Father/Daughter Dance: “Daughter,” Loudon Wainwright

Wedding Location: Beaverton, OR / Wedding Photographer: Anna Jaye Photography / Wedding Venue: Lolich’s Family Farm / Wedding Coordination: Champagne Weddings and Events / Wedding Flowers: Quince Flowers and Events / Bride’s Veil: Twigs and Honey / Bride’s SHoes: Ruche / Bride’s Makeup: Marjan Torabi Arsanjani / Bride’s Hair: Paige Wohlgemuth of The Stella Salon / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Urban Outfitters, Nordstrom, Ruche / Groom’s Suit: Mr. Formal / DJ: NW Premier Mobile DJs / Wedding Caterer: Catering at Its Best / Wedding Cake: Le Cookie Monkey / Cupcakes: Sugar Krystles / Rentals: Marigold Vintage Rentals and Something Borrowed PDX / Transportation: EcoShuttle / Wedding Invitations: Wedding Paper Divas

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Event Studio is a wedding floral design and decorating firm that offers beautiful and unique designs for your special day! We are over-the-moon excited to play with lush gorgeous flowers everyday, treating each wedding as the only one. We join each couple in their excitement and work to make your day the most beautiful day of your life!

We offer a full inventory that we include in your design agreement. In addition, we offer custom made signs and unique decorator items!

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Fall Wedding Details by Bows ‘n Ties

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It’s no surprise that Fall is the sweetheart of weddings. With it comes a cornucopia of colors with an ever changing palette and texture aplenty, making wedding planning a feast with inspiration. Today we are selecting a few of our favorite fall wedding details, color palettes and matching ties from Bows-N-Ties. They currently carry over 4000 neckties, bow ties, and matching pocket squares that are sorted to match over 250 popular bridesmaids dress colors – including J.Crew, Alfred Angelo, Dessy and Davids Bridal bridesmaid dresses. Since we can’t talk about Fall without mentioning its rich hues, we also selected a few color palettes we love for the season:

fall wedding details

We love this wedding above from Cameron Ingalls, which pairs the fall details of dried wheat with rich tones of fig and plum bridesmaids dresses and matching ties for the groomsmen.

fall wedding details

Fall is also apple season! This means you can incorporate them in several different ways. Starting with apple orchards themselves, one of our favorite spots for an engagement session during this season. We also love incorporating apples in a wedding such as escort cards, having an apple cider bar, or candy apple favors like in this wedding we featured above, shot by Raya Carlisle.

plaid wedding details

Plaid instantly make us feel cozy. The gorgeous bride above shot by Kina Wicks is our inspiration for our next favorite detail. You can simply pick a plaid pattern you like and pull your wedding colors from there. We personally love this plaid tie. If you do choose to outfit your men in fantastic Bows-N-Ties neck ware, then you should certainly enter their Wedding Picture Contest for a chance to win $250! There is a new winner selected every month!

fall wedding details

Ultimately Autumn is a season of bold and unabashed color, like we find in this Chicago wedding we featured above from Olivia Leigh Photographie. Breaking away from muted tones we’re used to seeing, our picks for the groomsmen ties are vibrant with a fresh spin on the traditional fall colors. Head on over to Bows-N-Ties and take a gander at all color and pattern options and get 20% off your purchase with code Ruffled20. Discount expires 10/31.

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Amanda Day Rose is a full-service paperie offering timeless designs for one of the most memorable days of your life. From engagement announcements, save-the-dates, and wedding invitations; to beautifully styled place settings, programs, gifts for guests, and so much more, you are in the right place! I work with a multitude of printing methods including letterpress, foil stamping, and digital printing along with an endless variety of carefully sourced materials to create a final product that will add to the essence of your wedding day.

I consider every wedding a unique and memorable occasion – and that means meticulous attention to detail as I guide you through this experience, and create artistry and design that embodies your lives together as a couple. Whether you have a very clear vision of what you want, or you are not sure where to start, your one-of-a-kind experience will open up a world of creative possibilities. I work closely with you to capture the essence of your relationship by delivering an authentic experience created just for you.

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DIY Moss Table Numbers

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We’re delighted to have our good friend Jenny of Hank and Hunt with us today to share how to make these eye-catching moss-covered table numbers. You could always use the numbers alone on the table, but to kick it up that extra notch we love the idea of placing the numbers under a bell jar as seen here!

diy moss table number

From Jenny: As the temperatures cool, you can still add touches of the season from outdoors into your wedding décor. The easy moss wrapped number resembles a tiny topiary gracing your table and is a perfect addition to a fall wedding.

For this project, you will need:
-large bell jar
-wood numbers (to fit bell jar)
-bamboo skewers
-wood disks
-instant Green Moss sheets
-kitchen scissors


Instructions:
1. Cut skewers to 3” using the inside part of the kitchen scissors. Hot glue to the back of the wood numbers, be sure to adjust for straightness.

2. Moss comes in large rolls with a mesh on the back. Cut a small sheet large enough to overlap around the number. Trim around the edges, leaving enough to wrap.

3. Wrap the edges and secure moss down with hot glue underneath, trimming and pulling as needed. If it starts to move on you on a few of the trickier numbers, feel free to tack down the front of the number with a few dots of hot glue first. For curves and corners, cut the overlap to the edges with slits. Add small pieces or chunks of moss and glue to fill in holes on the back.

4. While holding the number vertical, hot glue the bottom of the skewer to the center of the wood disk to make a stand.

5. Cut a piece of moss to cover the base of the bell jar and trim to fit. Cut a radius slit from the edge to the center to slip in the number stand.

6. Secure the number to the center with hot glue. Add the moss base over it and tack down edges with hot glue. If you plan to reuse the bell jar, it’s okay because the hot glue will come off easily later.

7. Place the top over the jar and repeat with remaining numbers.

The moss wrap technique will work for any base of your choice, think about incorporating into a floral centerpiece or tacking to the top of a interesting collection. Use a variety of objects, like ribbon or fabric, to hide the base of the number. They would be equally gorgeous as initials or a grouping to say hello on the escort table.


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