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Crafty Camarillo Ranch Wedding

DIY Weddings

The bride of this wedding shot by Stone Crandall pulled out all the stops in her decor, pulling resources from a myriad of Etsy vendors to create a truly one-of-a-kind affair. How great are all the pops of those yellow balloons and that awesome dessert table?


handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandallhandcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

DIY button table numbers

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

From the bride, Devon: We wanted our wedding to reflect us and our tastes as a couple. We spent the better part of a year going to different antique stores as well as antique markets and flea markets, finding every last detail, right down to the mason jars and crates. It was something we had a lot of fun in doing together. We also created the playlist entirely, that was something that was very important to us. We had a lot of help from very crafty friends as well as the amazing Lauren at Lauren Elise Crafted to make every last detail relate to us as well as many creative artists from Etsy.


handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandallhandcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

handcrafted diy camarillo ranch wedding from stone crandall

Wedding Music:
First Dance: “Stay Young Go Dancing,” Death Cab for Cutie


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Wedding Vendors (Camarillo, CA):

Wedding Venue: Camarillo Ranch / Wedding Photographer: Stone Crandall Photography / Wedding Dress: Justin Alexander / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: David’s Bridal / Bride’s Makeup: Makeup in the 702 / Bride’s Hair: Whitney Reck / Wedding Caterer: Big Mista’s BBQ / Cupcakes: Sweet Arleen’s / Ceremony Music: Harpist Corinna Edgington / DJ and Photobooth: David Jay Entertainment / Wedding Rentals: Party Pleasers of Camarillo / Handcrafted Flowers, Table Numbers, and Vanilla Tags: Lauren Elise Crafted / Window Table Chart: Christina Crooks at 6petals / Bunting Flags: Ariane Penrose at Sweet Petunia / Calligraphy on Signage: sparrownestscript / Custom Koozies: Bamilla / Printed Poem Place Cards: Jack & Ella Paper Press / Boutonnieres: Lilify / Save the Dates and Invitations: Ello There / Wooden Ring Box: Paradise Hill Designs / Wooden Photo Display: Treehouse Wood Designs / Guest Book: Kate Blocher / Wooden Sparrows: Little Vale

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Intimate Wisconsin Cornfield Wedding

Rustic Weddings

How dreamy is the idea of having your wedding reception in the middle of a cornfield? The wedding, expertly shot by m three studio, was a true family affair — the couple was married by the bride’s father, and the reception held on family property. And the getaway car? An icy blue vintage Corvette.


Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

From the photographer, Molly of m three studio: Abby and Greg live right in the heart of downtown Chicago, amongst all the hustle and bustle of city life. But their hearts are vintage and down-home, and so it was Abby’s family’s farm in Wisconsin that proved the location best suited to their true selves. The wood veneer wedding invitation promised a chic but comfortable celebration.


Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield WeddingAbby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

The couple was married at Abby’s father’s quaint small-town church. Being a pastor himself, he officiated half of the ceremony himself. Abby wore her grandmother’s diamond necklace and she and her mother had made a new headpiece out of part of her grandmother’s wedding ensemble. Greg carried his deceased father’s ring in his jacket’s heart pocket. Their closest friends and family made up the wedding party, including a gaggle of nieces and nephews serving as flower girls and ring bearers. The couple hand-made their programs using coordinating fabric to their table linens.


Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield WeddingAbby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield WeddingAbby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

The reception was held in a tent on the edge of the bride’s family’s cornfield, with cocktails on the patio. Drinks were served in mason jars with striped straws. The scrapbook style guestbook invited guests to leave a note for the couple in their own little envelope. hand-calligraphed placecards were pinned along a miniature clothesline. Guests were given home-made strawberry jam as a favor. Abby and her mother hand-sewed the ruffled and vibrant table linens. Greg and Abby pulled the vintage oil lamps and food boxes for floral arrangements from their own personal collection. Images of their beloved dog were used for the table numbers. Hay bales were set up in a semi-circle for gourmet ‘smores later in the evening, enjoyed along with the tunes of a bluegrass band.


Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield WeddingAbby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding

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Abby & Greg's Vintage Homespun Cornfield Wedding


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Wedding Vendors (Waterford, WI):

Ceremony Venue: North Cape Lutheran Church / Reception Venue: Private Residence / Wedding Photographer: m three studio / Wedding Dress: Watters & Watters / Lace Bolero: Glory by Jeannie Lee / Bride’s Bracelet: Kate Spade / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: J. Crew / Groom’s Suit: Hugo Boss / Wedding Flowers: The Wild Pansy / Wedding Caterer: Saz’s / Wedding Cake: Jo Guay / Milliner: Debra Shirley / Wedding Band: SweetGrass / Wedding Stationery: The White Aisle / Calligrapher: Laura Condouris of Trial by Cupcakes / Favor Tags: Roberto Sand / Rentals: Canopies

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DIY Baby’s Breath Monogram

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A while back we shared a few baby’s breath wedding ideas and it’s still one of our favorite big-bang-for-your-buck flowers. So when the ladies of Hey Look sent over this next tutorial, I knew it was going to be a winner. These initial monograms are so simply beautiful, it stopped me in my tracks. Michaela used both this filler flower and ferns, but you can use any other leafy filler to match the mood of your wedding decor and can be used to hang on your + future other’s chairs or church doors.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look

From Hey Look: These monograms are inexpensive, easy to make and what’s best is that you can make them a few days before your wedding. In the fridge they will last a good 2 days. Baby’s breath especially is long-lasting and you can ask your local flower shop for ferns and greens that will survive without water for a few days.

For the baby’s breath monogram you will need:

  • A bunch of baby’s breath or ferns
  • Thicker metal wire for the base frame
  • Thinner wire for attaching the baby’s breath
  • Wire clippers or strong scissors

For the green monogram you need the same supplies; just replace the baby’s breath with ferns, leaves or other greens of your choice.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look

Start by shaping a frame for your monogram. Just bend thick wire into the shape of a letter. Don’t worry if it’s not perfect, you can adjust it a little after you’ve added the florals or greens.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey lookdiy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look

Take a little bunch of greens and tie them together with the thin wire. Then with the same wire attach the little bunch to the monogram frame. Don’t cut off the excess wire, just wrap it around the frame a few times, then continue tying little bunches to the frame with the same piece of wire. No need to cut it off until the end.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey lookdiy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look

Make the baby’s breath monogram in the same way.

The every last bunch of baby’s breath should be attached to the frame in the opposite direction. Just try to make the gap for the last rounds of wire as small as possible. In the picture of the finished end piece, you can still see the hole for the wire. Once, the entire monogram is ready, just adjust the blooms (or greens) a little to cover holes.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey lookdiy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look

We chose baby’s breath for the monogram, because it is easy to work with, inexpensive and long-lasting. You can also dry baby’s breath monograms after your wedding (or shower) as a lovely reminder of your big day. We added the fern monogram as a groom’s monogram, but of course you can only make one kind. If you’d like to use other plants or flowers, just as at your local flower shop for recommendations on long-lasting ones. You could also make this from paper flowers or leaves.


diy tutorial baby's breath monogram leaves from hey look


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