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Irish Countryside Wedding with Doilies

Vintage Weddings

Photos by:

Grace Photography

Kyle and Susan wanted a wedding that was timeless and classic, but also personalized to their own individual style — which is exactly what they were able to achieve! Grace Photography captured the day and the beautiful floral design of Hilltop Flowers, who chose soft and romantic blooms that will be as beautiful tomorrow as they will be 50 years from now.

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From the bride, Susan: We planned our wedding in exactly six months and the style we envisioned was traditional with a vintage twist! We wanted it to be timeless and classic but also putting our own individual stamp on it. For example, Kyle had always liked the idea of tails but we teamed it with a tweed waistcoat and tie and brown brogues to make it more his own and something a little bit different.

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Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies
Flower recipe: For the bridal bouquet, a combination of Sarah Bernhardt peonies with white veronica, pink and white astilbe, pink bouverdia, cream hydrangea, brunia, cinerea, edged with nephrolepis leaf. Flowers used for the rest of the day were lilac statice, pale pink hydrangea, pink and cream eustoma, cream antirrhinum, cinerea, pink and cream bouverdia, pink gyp, pink and cream astilbe, pink, cream and pale blue delphiniums, pink peonies (Sarah Bernhardt), variegated pittosporum and poppy heads. The buckets and crates outside contained large pink hydrangeas.

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wedding ceremony - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

wedding ceremony - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

wedding ceremony - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

We always wanted the feel of our wedding day to be relaxed and personal and the importance of the day to be placed on the wedding ceremony more than anything else. That was the most important part of the day for us. My father had been the minister at the Cathedral for the last nine years and it is actually were Kyle and I met and were he proposed. It was a very special day for us. We had a lot of family and friends involved in the day. From my father actually walking me down the aisle and marrying us to my brother singing our first dance. We also used a lot of family photos throughout the day from photo hoops on the pew ends to sweetie jars named after our nieces and nephews and photos of our families around Ballymagravey Village. Ballymagarvey Village’s tag line is make ‘our house your home’ and that is why we chose it. As soon as saw it we knew it was the were our wedding would be – a home from home.

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Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

As some of our guests were traveling a distance to the ceremony venue we had elevenses before the service in the church hall. Myself and my bridesmaids as well as Father of the bride set this up the night before. I had made paper doily bunting with twine and paper straw flags for the lemonade in the glass milk bottles. I had also made vintage table runners made out of different Jane Austen books – we also used these for the table in Ballymagarvey Village. I had made photo embroidery hoops and lace embroidery hoops for the church pew ends as we were both the last of a generation in our families to get married we had photos from grandparent, parents and siblings weddings on each pew end. Kyle and I had painted and distressed a vintage wooden ladder and attached our seating plan to the ladder. For place settings we had doilies with each persons named stamped onto them. We also had our own personalised Sharpie markers (Kyle’s pen of choice!) wrapped in either blue or pink gingham tissue along with a little label attached with twine. We also used the book page table runners for each table.

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Jenny Packham wedding gown - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

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Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? A few of our friends have recently got engaged and Kyle has been giving out advice as an expert in the field now!!! He told them to give away as many jobs on the day as possible and to enjoy it. We were told so many times by so many different people to make sure and to take the time to enjoy the day. Both of us didn’t really understand what that meant until the day arrived itself. It really is the best advice.

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Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

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Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

Irish countryside wedding with doilies - photo by Grace Photography http://ruffledblog.com/irish-countryside-wedding-with-doilies

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Wedding Music:
Processional: “Reverie,” Ludovico Einaudi
Recessional: Handel’s The Harmonious Blacksmith
First Dance: “Better,” Tom Baxter

Wedding Vendors

Photography

Grace Photography

Florist

Hilltop Flowers

Ceremony Venue

Kilmore Cathedral

Reception Venue

Ballymagarvey Village

Wedding Dress

Jenny Packham "Esme"

Bridal Store

Blush

Wedding Shoes

Rachel Simpson

Bridal Accessories

CoutureBridal NI

Bridesmaid Attire

Jenny Packham

Flower Girl Attire

Monsoon

Mini Usher's Attire

Monsoon

Groom's Waistcoat

Sir Plus

Groom's shoes

Brown Borgues

Groom and Groomsmen Attire

McQuillans Menswear

Ties

Moaning Minnie

Catering

Ballymagarvey Village

Wedding Cake

Clair Condell Cakes

Wedding Cake Stand

Wooden Treats

Wedding Band

The Nooks

Letter Lighting

Electric Alphabet

Videographer

Eye Capture Weddings

Wedding Invitations

CR Print Dungannon

DIY Doily Backdrop

DIY Projects

Photos by:

Studio Finch

If you loved the backdrop from today’s shoot as much as I did, you will love this project made by Studio Finch. These doily domes can be simply added on a wall using double sided tape, perfect for any wall in need of a backdrop. Super easy to whip up for a bridal shower or dessert table.

DIY Doily Backdrop

DIY Doily Backdrop
DIY Doily Backdrop
DIY Doily Backdrop
DIY Doily Backdrop
DIY Doily Backdrop

DIY Doily Backdrop

Supplies:
– Flour
– Water
– Balloons
– Vintage Doilies
– Cups (to place balloon doily molds upright while drying)

Directions:
Blow balloons up to match the size of the doilies (smaller doilies require smaller balloons)
Mix 1 part flour to 1 part water for paste
Dip the doily fully into the Mixture
Wipe excess mixture off of doily
Place the doily on top of the balloon
Place the doily balloon form on top of the cup
Let sit for 3 days until the dome doily structure has hardened.

Let the air out of the balloon and the dry doily will hold the dome shape on its own for decorating.

Photographer: Studio Finch / Floral Design: Ipomea Floral / Decor: Revelry Creative / Dresses: BHLDN / Shoes: Nina / Engagement Ring: Janish Jewels / Doilies and Brooch for Bouquet: Thrift Store / Jewelry: Les Néréides / Perfume: Happ & Stahns / Wedding Cake: Lovely: A Bake Shop / Champagne Flutes: Crate & Barrel / Place Card Holders and Bird Salt and Pepper Shakers: Jonathan Adler / Calligraphy: Calligraphy by Cristine / Wedding Invitations: Twigs and Lace / Model: Jolene Grace

Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas

Wedding Design

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Just when I think I’m falling out of love for shabby chic settings, this super adorable shoot lands in our queue. Shot by Lindsay Docherty Photography, this tablescape presents simple + achievable wedding ideas using doilies and birch, layered with rust and navy blue details. We’re also loving the felt wrappers around the vases! View all of the deets here.

Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas
shabby chic wedding table
Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas
Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas
Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas
shabby chic wedding table
Doily and Birch Wedding Ideas

Lindsay Docherty Photography, this tablescape presents simple + achievable wedding ideas using doilies and birch, layered with rust and navy blue details. We’re also loving the felt wrappers around the vases! View all of the


View all images from this shoot in the gallery

Laurita Winery was the ideal venue for an inspiration shoot to showcase summertime soirees with its endless grapevines and myriad of nooks. We played off the natural beauty of the location and kept things very organic. The vineyard’s greenery and beautiful sunsets inspired a color palette of pale blues and greens, creamy whites, ivories, and hints of rust. The deserted barn and silos inspired a design for a rustic, yet chic and feminine, weddingscape. By mixing rust, mercury glass, burlap and lace, we had a lush blend of textures and colors that evoked a feeling of endless summer days. Our table was created with antique blue mismatched china, burlap accents, mercury glass chargers and lace die-cut menus. A runner of sewn-together antique doilies laid under an array of sweet summer blooms and succulents. In a quiet corner of the vineyard, an antique gate displayed placecards and mason jars with tealights hung from the tree above. The delicious cake and desserts sat on silver serving trays beneath hanging window panes and a fabric banner that read “sweetness”. A beverage station sat along the vines to help guests keep their cool: mason jars wrapped in twine, burlap and lace served as glasses for the yummy limeade and blueberry sangria that were displayed atop an antique shrapnel box. Vintage keys were tied to little love notes and were pinned to chicken wire on an old ladder. The sweetheart table was situated between old silos and draped in vintage cream lace with a set of antique plates, mercury glass, soft florals, and votives. Their sweetheart chairs were adorned with the cutest “Mr” and “Mrs” fabric banners. Our bride, adorned in a spiral lace Birnbaum & Bullock gown, carried a beautiful bouquet of wildflowers tied in natural fabrics and finished off with a cute blue wool ribbon. Her look was the perfect complement to the organic décor and stunning setting.

Wedding Vendors and Venue (New Egypt, NJ):

Venue: Laurita Winery / Photographer: Lindsay Docherty Photography / Event Designer: Proud to Plan / Floral Designer: Papertini / Cake Designer: Anna Violet Confections / Makeup Artist: Cheekadee

Handcrafted Missouri Wedding

DIY Weddings

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While we adore culling through a plethora of wedding pictures, there’s something so very special about a well-done wedding film that pictures just can’t fully capture. When Emily of Stereo Waltz Films sent over this simple and sweet wedding filmed by her husband, we were immediately delighted by the prospect of sharing both wedding photos and a wedding film! The bride, Natasha, is a shining example of the DIY bride, and we love her description of her ideal for the rehearsal — “comfortable romantic.” We have to say, after looking through all the images in the gallery it seems certain she achieved that and so much more.

intimate missouri diy wedding

From the bride, Natasha: I was going for a vintage feel for my wedding. I wanted it to look very clean and and romantic. I wanted the style to represent who Mason and I are as a couple.

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The color theme was very natural. It was mostly all whites and off-whites with gold accent. I did most all of the design for the wedding myself – DIY. The beautiful jar lights in the tree I put together with some antique jars from a local antique mall and spray painted the cords gold. We collected the doilies and jars on the reception tables from friends and antique malls. The flowers we ordered online and I went with a wildflower look with very natural colors. I have always loved lavender so that was a special thing to have it at the wedding and in the bridal boquets.

intimate missouri diy wedding

The fabric boutonnieres were made by a friend and we added some of the extra flowers to make them pop just right. I went for a comfortable romantic vintage feel, especially for the reception. It felt like I had invited all these guest into my home which is what I wanted. My husband’s mother made all the food for the reception. We ordered a cake and cupcakes from our favorite local restaurant.

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Any advice for future brides? I think I would tell a bride-to-be to get inspiration from blogs and friends and to really think about what they want and dream for their wedding. It’s amazing how much you can do yourself and bring the cost down while still going for what you would love. I would also tell her to get some help from a friend she trusts or wedding planner. It is so very helpful when you have another hand in all the planning :) It can be a bit overwhelming.

intimate missouri diy wedding

intimate missouri diy wedding

It took us a bit of time to decide where to have the wedding. A friend of ours actually had told us about some land that was behind their house where some weddings had been held before. We just walked up to the door and knocked and the couple was so kind to show us around their property and told us we could use it under one condition, “that you stay together for the rest of your lives.” Of course! So we fell in love with the trees and the space and decided it was perfect.

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I thought I could plan the wedding myself, but about a month before the wedding I felt a little stressed out :) So I called some friends who had done a couple weddings before mine — “The wedding company.” The three of these lovely ladies had just started designing and organizing weddings together. I already had basically everything I needed, but they helped with the finishing touches and also with the day-of organization and schedule. It was so helpful to know that they would set up and tear down everything and nothing would be left forgotten.

intimate missouri diy wedding

Stereo Waltz Films sent over this simple and sweet wedding filmed by her husband, we were immediately delighted by the prospect of sharing both wedding photos and a wedding film! The bride, Natasha, is a shining example of the DIY bride, and we love her description of her ideal for the rehearsal — “comfortable romantic.” We have to say, after looking through all the images in the View all wedding photos here

Wedding vendors (Kansas City, Missouri):

Venue: Academy for Performing Arts, Grandview, MO / Decor Arrangements: The Wedding Company KC / Wedding Dress: Alfred Angelo / Wedding Hair: Taryn Moore of The Wedding Company KC / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Anthropologie / Musician: Brandon Hampton / Wedding photography: Steve Offut of Steven Michael Photo / Video: Stereo Waltz Films / Wedding Hair: Taryn Moore of The Wedding Company KC / Fabric Boutonnieres: Roni Brewster / Coffee: Broadway Cafe / Flower Arrangements: Nicole LeBouf of The Wedding Company KC / Finger Foods: Mother of Groom / Wedding Cake: 8 Layer Cake from Succotash / Groomsmen Attire: Jos. A. Bank / Wedding Invitations: Stephen Jordan

Dainty Indie English Wedding

Vintage Weddings

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Our next affair comes from an adorable couple across the pond. They were sent to us from the oh-so-talented photographer, Rosie Parsons. The bride and groom celebrated with family and friends in a doily and lace clad TEE PEE in the yard of the groom’s uncle. How romantic is that? This wedding and all the dainty details makes my heart go pitter patter.

bride and groom rice toss

From the bride. It’s very weird – but I didn’t actually think about a certain theme – or feel, I just wanted something very individual to Jon and I. I knew I wanted something pretty, relaxed, happy – and not too stiff or contrived – but for it to have a bit of personality!

wide shot wedding teepee
interior of teepee with doily garland
bride and bridesmaid in front of VW

There was no set theme or colour, it was very organic. I bought the bridesmaid dresses early on and that kind of set a tone for the colours, which were pale neutral pastels. I kept all of the decoration in the teepees to white, as I knew my flowers were going to be the main colours inside.

bride and groom kissing in car
closeup vintage teacup place setting
bride and groom in front of VWI hand made the pom poms, hand stamped the order of service, and bought all decorations and decorated everything myself.

interior of teepee with long tables
doily garland with string lights

View all images from this wedding in the gallery

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? Start collecting decoration bits and pieces early on, so that you have lots of nice things to choose from, and don’t have to worry about going out and getting it all at the last minute. Check out wedding blogs for inspiration – also fashion magazines, such as Jalouse and Japanese Vogue.

Wedding Vendors (London, England):

Ceremony and reception location: Groom’s uncle’s house / Florist: Scarlet & Violet, family / Photographer: Rosie Parsons / Wedding Dress and Headpiece: Delphine Manivet / Bride’s shoes: Margiela / Makeup: bride / Hair: bride’s friend / Bridesmaid Dresses: Smallable, Mango / Bridesmaid shoes: Camilla Skovgaard / Groom’s suit: Raf Simons / DJ: Stick It On / Caterer: bride’s friend Janie Fraser / Wedding Cake and Dessert: Laduree / Wedding invitations: Groom / Videographer: friend / Transportation: Devon Cool Campers

DIY Heart Crochet Doilies

DIY Projects

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Victoria made these heart doilies as a table runner, but we think they would make an equally adorable bunting!

heart crochet doily bunting

What you’ll need:
– Crochet heart dollies
– Thread
– Scissors
– A hand needle

Simply fold your crochet doilies in half and cut in a heart shape, then sew the ends to connect with the other heart doilies.

DIY Paper Doily Lanterns

DIY Projects

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We have another fun entry to share with you – and we’re only a third of the way through! Belinda put a twist on the traditional paper lantern by turning it into an airy, whimsical doily lantern. We could never tell the final look was DIY and not purchased at a design boutique.

 diy doily ideas

What you’ll need:
– Paper lantern
– Paper doilies
– Scissors
– Double-sided tape
– String to hang
 DIY paper lace doily lantern
 doily wedding ideas

Instructions:
Step 1: Cut a bunch of doilies in half.

Step 2: For the top few doilies, cut out a semi-circle so it will fit around the opening at the top of the lantern. Turn over and place double-sided tape on the wrong side.

Step 3: Stick to the top of the lantern. Repeat with another two or three doily halves until the top opening is circled. You might need to overlap a few of the doilies slightly to fit but try and get it as even as possible.

Step 4: Place double-sided tape on the wrong sides of the halved doilies at the top.

Step 5: Stick underneath the top doilies in the middle of the gaps, so they’re overlapped like fish scales.

Step 6: Continue all the way around and down to the bottom. For the final layer, you might need to cut a doily into quarters to fill the leftover space.

DIY Paper Doily Envelopes

DIY Projects

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Next up is Hellen’s paper doily envelopes. She created outer envelopes, I might add, to match the whimsy of her wedding invitations. The vellum reinforcing the underside of the doilies makes these darlings looks luxe. Love.

 paper doily envelope wedding invitations

What you’ll need:
– 9 inch square doilies
– Vellum/tracing paper
– Craft Adhesive Spray
– Art Card
– Cutter
– Double-sided tape
– Cutting mat
– Ruler

 square lace doily ideas
 diy doily envelopes
 diy vellum paper lace envelopes ideas
 diy wedding doily envelopes
 wedding doily ideas

Instructions:
Step 1: Create a template for the tracing paper/vellum. I used my old drawing block as the template. After a few attempts to get the right template, I am satisfied with my crisp looking template!

Step 2: Trace the template into the tracing paper and use cutter to cut it. But for the folded side in the middle, use the blunt edge of the cutter to give a folding mark.

Step 3: Spray the tracing paper with the Adhesive Spray. Don’t forget to put newspaper to cover the surrounding area. Leave it for 15 seconds. Carefully stick it to the doilies, make sure it fits perfectly.

Step 4: Fold the doilies to follow the tracing paper’s structure. Secure the inside of the envelope with double-sided tape. Voila! Beautifully hand-crafted envelope.

Stephanie + Amato’s Intimate Wedding

DIY Weddings, Real Weddings

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This California wedding shot by Raya Carlisle is the sweetest of sweets. Stephanie and Amato, together with her daughter and close family and friends had a wedding filled with love and laughter. The handmade and DIY decor details simply reflected the couple’s thoughtfulness to their loved ones. I am specially loving the texture of the flowers and materials chosen such as the burlap used to wrap the boutonnière and the lace doilies seen throughout the decor. Thank you Steph for sharing your wedding with us!

Grant Park Ventura California Wedding Photos by Raya Carlisle Photography
Grant Park Ventura California Wedding Photos by Raya Carlisle Photography
Handmade Organic Textures Wedding ideas
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Fabric letter initials anthropologie wedding props

From the bride, Stephanie:

Intimate and light-hearted, our wedding day was an absolute family affair! My mother walked me down the aisle and my father officiated our wedding. Amato’s father closed the ceremony with a prayer over us and sang at the reception, where my daughter’s energetic and comical godfather was the master of ceremonies.

I’ve always loved vintage and handmade decor, so I tried to incorporate as much into our day as possible. We put heirloom jewelry on my bouquet, flooded the church with sola shell flowers, and gave away vintage hankies as favors. In lieu of the traditional guestbook, we had guests thumbprint “leaves” on a tree that now hangs in our house. Also, we did without a unity candle and, instead, wrote each other love letters that we placed inside a vintage wine box. It’s stored in our wine cellar with a bottle that will be at its peak in 30 years, and we can hardly wait to read our love letters on March 20, 2040! Our guests said goodbye to us with paper doilie cones filled with eco-friendly confetti and we followed Raya up to Grant Park in Ventura, California for pictures.

Wedding Vendors (Ventura, California):

Venue: Ventura Vineyard Church / Photographer: Raya Carlisle/ Day of Coordination: Holly Lomelino (hollylomelino [at] me [dot] com) / Flowers: Shell’s Petals / Cake Topper: GraceFallen on Etsy / Mini Flags: Pammaro on Etsy / Stationery: DIY by Gartner Studios / Decor: DIY (powered by save-on-crafts.com, thrift stores, and lots of inspiration!) / Hair and Makeup: Crystal at Salon Elite (805-339-9220) / Wedding Dress: Maggie Sottero, purchased at Camarillo Bridal / Jewelry: Zales (Bride) and Titanium Kay (Groom) / Veil: Bel Aire Bridal / Hairpiece: Starz Selection on Etsy / Shoe Clips: b.Poetic on Etsy / Bridesmaid Dresses: Dessy Group / Tuxes: Men’s Wearhouse / Flower Girls’ Dresses: David’s Bridal
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Photographer Raya Carlisle lives in Southern California but travels worldwide.

Lace Doily Wedding Table

Design Inspiration

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As soon as I saw these doily table runners designed by Ooh! Events and shot by Tracy Turpen, I was in love. Their antique charm coupled with the milk glass centerpieces and rustic style of the tables is so beautifully simple, and the giant moss-draped oaks surrounding the setup make for a perfect background. Want to try it yourself? Start collecting these beautiful pieces early on to get a feel for how long it might take to find everything you need for this stunning setup!

Lace crochet  doily wedding ideas

Lace crochet  doily wedding ideas
Lace crochet  doily wedding ideas
Lace crochet  doily wedding ideas
Lace crochet  doily wedding ideas

Lace. Doilies. Oh My!

Design Inspiration

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Ok, I love lace.  It is beautiful and vintage. Lace can take on a life of its own and when used as a design element can add whimsy to even the most drab fabric, table, paper, what have you. It is so versatile and I might be a little obsessed with how I can incorporate it into my wedding!

I am already using paper doilies on my DIY invites (the inspiration to which will be pictured below).  I also plan to use lace doilies on the tables, paper lace doily garlands, lace wrapped mason jars… I think you get the idea. So this post I don’t plan to bore you with my ranting about lace and how much I love it (wait, is it to late for that?) but rather, post some of my personal favorite inspirational pictures.  I love these images and have been tremendously inspired by them. I hope you are too!

First of all, an ode to Martha:

Paper Doilies

From Lovely Garland.

Paper Doilies

An incredible table trend on Once Wed and Paper Lace invitation inspiration from Lee and Hamilton Wedding Blog:

Paper Doilies

Who didn’t love this vintage chic wedding via Style Me Pretty:

Paper Doilies

And this is just the tip of the lovely lace iceberg!

Do you love lace? How are you incorporating it into your wedding?