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Epping Forest Yacht Club Wedding

Bohemian Weddings

When you’ve got a bride who works in the fashion industry as a designer, you can bet your bottom dollar you’re about to see one stylish wedding. Bride Dana did not disappoint in a custom Inbal Dror gown, surrounded by wildflowers and dried arrangements from Foxy Posh Events, and captured by Christina Block Photography. Let’s learn more about this beautiful couple, shall we?

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

From the bride, Dana: We actually met 10 years ago when I was in college. I was 20 and he was 29. He grew up with my sister’s husband; they’ve actually been best friends since high school. We tried dating then but the age gap was a little too much. Fast-forward 10 years, my mom started asking my sister and brother-in-law, “Whatever happened to your friend Jason?” This went on for almost 9 months until my brother-in-law finally agreed to try and set us up one more time! We spoke for the first time that November and were married 8 months later. To us, marriage was a choice, a conscious choice that we were making to give each other our lives and no longer be one, but two. Neither of us needed each other; we wanted each other. To us, that meant sacrifice, commitment, a whole lot of love and friends forever. Our wedding took place at the duPont Mansion in Jacksonville, Florida at Epping Forest Yacht Club. The home was built in 1926 and has been preserved with all of its original architecture and furnishings inside and gardens kept behind the house. We were married in the gardens and held the reception inside the duPont’s original dining room space.

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

simple wedding invitations - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

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Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

grooms boutonnieres - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

dried flower bouquets - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

bohemian bridal inspiration - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

ceremony processional - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

wedding ceremony - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

wedding ceremony recessionals - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

waterside wedding portraits - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Our theme for the wedding was simplicity at its best. We wanted all of the flowers, table decorations, even bridesmaid and grooms attire to be original and something that felt unique and effortless. Most of the flowers were picked from a garden or found in open fields, the tables were filled with old glass bottles that me and my mother and florist gathered. We used my great grandmothers journals to make paper cones that held the petals to throw as we were leaving. All of my bridesmaid dresses were original pieces I had collected over the years during my travels to London, Italy, Hong Kong and various parts of Asia. Each part of the wedding was simple but held special memories to both of us. Living in NYC, every day you are inspired by the city, the people, the energy, etc. I also work in the industry as a designer so there was almost too much inspiration! At some point, I had to stop myself and just go with the first decision I had made. Each of my bridesmaids received handbags I designed. Depending on the girl, I gave either totes or minaudieres. All of the groomsmen were gifted their ties for the wedding. We wanted to be sure the gifts were practical and would actually be used again. Wedding favors for guests were a pair of old school Ray-Ban shades. We figured since the wedding was outside, in Florida, in the month of July, the least we could do to help them keep cool was provide shades! We used a variety of raw materials including wooden chairs, overgrown vines to line the aisle and the gardens natural elements to create the space for the ceremony. The reception took place inside the duPont mansion where most of the original pieces of furniture were kept. These, combined with clusters of vintage glass bottles holding various wildflowers and candles, set the mood for the reception. We used my grandmother’s china from the 60’s with a vintage floral pattern as our flatware.

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

wildflower centerpieces - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

simple centerpieces - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Any advice for couples planning their weddings now? Be present…. the day, the week of goes by so fast and all those small details you are worried about will not matter when its all over. Take each moment in and enjoy. It should one of the best days of your life.

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

sophisticated receptions - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

naked wedding cakes - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

cake cutting - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding

Epping Forest Yacht Club wedding - photo by Christina Block Photography http://ruffledblog.com/epping-forest-yacht-club-wedding


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Wedding Music:
Bride’s Processional: “Close To You,” The Carpenters
Recessional: “You Wish,” Nightmares on Wax
First Dance: “Beautiful,” Musiq Soulchild

Wedding Location: Jacksonville, FL / Photographer: Christina Block Photography / Florist: Heidi Higginbotham at Foxy Posh Events / Venue: Epping Forest Yacht Club / Wedding Dress: Inbal Dror / Wedding Shoes: Pour la Victoire / Jewelry and Acessories: Vintage / Hair: Kimberly Wyma / Makeup: Sara Jane at Modern Clasic Beauty / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Vintage / Bridesmaids’ Shoes: Zara / Flower Girl and Pageboy Attire: Zara / Groom’s Suit: Theory / Groom’s Shoes: Gucci / Groom’s Tie: Jill Sander / Bride’s Ring: John Manaejian of Ohanndes Jewlery / Groom’s Ring: Kristi Smith of GoldenSparrowDesign / Caterer and Wedding Cake: Epping Forest Yacht Club / Entertainment: DJ Kevin Snow, Black Kids / Celebrant: Brides Father, Danny Baggett / Wedding Invitations: Katie Nelms

Cairnwood Estate Wedding

Garden Weddings

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Today’s wedding from Love Me Do Photography is the perfect breath of fresh air. Newlyweds Janelle and Dave planned much of their wedding around the elegance of their venue, the astoundingly gorgeous Cairnwood in Pennsylvania. Add a few Geronimo Balloons for a touch of whimsy, and you’ve got one winner of a wedding day!

newlyweds holding balloons
geronimo balloon portraits

From the bride, Janelle: Dave and I met at work, and we are both oncology nurses; therefore, we quickly realized the importance of love and family. Being together has been one of life’s greatest blessings, and we would love to share our wedding with you and other couples! Dave and I wanted our wedding to be timeless, romantic, and us! A lot of our inspiration was from other weddings featured on Ruffled! We both love vintage and romantic style weddings without the “typical” wedding cheese. Most of all, we wanted an intimate affair where we could openly and honestly celebrate our love.


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outdoor first looks

geronimo balloon details

We decided on Cairnwood because it had amazing flexibility. We were able to have gorgeous outdoor photos, outdoor ceremony and cocktail, intimate indoor dinner, and drinks and dancing in the library with an outdoor terrace! It is a beautiful wedding venue and most of our aesthetic was based on the vibe of the venue. In addition to the venue, many of our wedding vendors helped shape the aesthetic through their uniqueness and creativity. I adore all of our vendors, and they made the planning process easy and enjoyable!


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soft pink bouquets

groom singing for ceremony

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bridesmaids wearing pink

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chalkboard wedding signs

hanging flower vases

For future brides, my advice is to follow your heart, stay true to yourselves as a couple, and do not listen to anyone’s negativity! Also, the week of the wedding forget all of the planning and relax with your soon to be husband! The week of the wedding and specifically, the rehearsal dinner and hours before the wedding, were the most special, serene, and memorable moments of our relationship. On the day of the wedding, relax and enjoy every special moment!


etched silverware designs

indoor wedding receptions
outdoor lounge areas

pink indoor receptions

white ruffled wedding cakes

newlyweds getaway

newlyweds getaway


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Wedding Music:
Bridal Party Processional: “Postcards from Italy,” Beirut
Bride’s Processional: “Hands Remember,” Seabear (performed by groom)
Recessional: “Vagabond,” Beirut

Wedding Location: Bryn Athyn, PA / Wedding Photographers: Love Me Do Photography / Wedding Venue: Cairnwood / Wedding Flowers: Peicha Chang of Falls Flowers / Wedding Dress: Christos “Irina” / Wedding Shoes: Etienne Aigner (flats), Bertie Hathaway / Reception Dress: Sarah Seven / Bride’s Veil: Sibo Designs “Touch of Love” / Hair Accessory and Garter: Twigs and Honey / Bride’s Clutch: Untamed Petals / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Amsale / Makeup: Cheekadee / Groom’s Suit: J. Crew / Groomsmen’s Suits: Kenneth Cole / Wedding Caterer: Stephen Starr / Wedding Cake: Angela LaSelva / Cake Topper: Red Light Studio / DJ: No Macarena / Balloons: Geronimo Balloons / Rentals: Maggpie Vintage Rentals / Rosemary Sprigs: Secret Garden Herbs / Calligraphy: Mizbon Room / Transportation: Celebrations Limousine

Blanton House Brunch Wedding

Vintage Weddings

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Looking at this wedding from T&C Photographie, you’d absolutely never guess that newlyweds Kindra and Taylor lost their venue a mere three weeks before their wedding. Luckily they stumbled across the incredible Indiana venue The Blanton House, which would soon house one of the prettiest weddings we’ve seen to date! We love the idea of lowering reception costs by hosting a post-ceremony brunch instead of dinner — not to mention more time for daylight pictures!

bride and groom outdoors

From the bride, Kindra: Three weeks before wedding our planner (Linda Cook) received some news; our venue was double booked! Calmly we called venues around the city. That day we went to visit the only venue still open. It was out in the country, I am not a country girl and I did not want a country wedding. I was certain it was going to feel like a step down from our current venue. I was so wrong. The Blanton House was perfect! Early 1900’s home with beautiful grounds and the most elegant white tent for the reception already in place!


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floral wedding invitations

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groom wedding accessories

Next we needed a caterer and rental company. Matt Mills, our caterer, fell into our lap with a brilliant brunch menu. We heard about the most amazing rental company Violet Vintage. They blew my mind! The warehouse was filled with unique lovely vintage items ranging from chairs to plates to old doors. We almost rented the entire place!


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purple wildflower bouquetsbridal processional
ceremony aisle decor
ceremony first kiss

lavender altar decorwoodsy wedding altar

newlyweds rice recessional

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seed packet decor

A week before the wedding we went to the floral warehouse. We hit another speed bump. We were told this crazy drought we were experiencing was going to inhibit any chance of getting the flowers I had always dreamed of having!


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outdoor umbrella receptions

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The week of the wedding my husband and I went to get our marriage license. When we got to the city we saw a huge weekly farmers market happening. I LOVE farmers markets so we had ourselves a look. We ran into a very cute woman selling beautiful garden flowers and it clicked. She was going to be the fix to my flower problem. The day before the wedding our day of planner Drew drove a total of 2 hours to get fresh back yard flowers from our new friend. Needless to say, they were stunning.


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bride and groom reception

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brunch reception ideas

Our wedding day was a beautiful 80 degree day; which would make it the coldest day of the entire summer! My husband looked handsome and my maid of honor was beautiful! The ceremony site was stunning and the brunch was delicious! It was a perfect way to start a life with my best friend.


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Wedding Location: Danville, IN / Wedding Photographer: T&C Photographie / Wedding Venue: The Blanton House / Event Designer: The bride, Kindra Keller / Wedding Planning: Linda Cook / Day-Of Coordination: Drew Hoopingarner / Wedding Dress: BHLDN / Bride’s Veil: Made by bride / Bride’s Shoes: Badgley Mischka / Bride’s Jewelry: Anthropologie / Bridesmaid’s Dress: Ruche / Groom’s Suit: Michael Kors / Wedding Flowers: Ronda Orebaugh and Alma Hamblin / Rentals: Violet Vintage / Wedding Invitations: Rachel May

Estates of Sunnybrook Wedding

Garden Weddings

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We were absolutely tickled pink when we saw this wedding from the incredible Nancy Da Costa of Mango Studios. Newlyweds Jennifer and Jordan wanted to have a relaxed wedding reminiscent of 1950s cocktail parties, and we think it’s safe to say they achieved that! Keep an eye out for subtle pops of yellow and gray-blue in the bridesmaids dresses from BHLDN.

groomsmen in gray suits

white room newlyweds

From the bride, Jennifer: We wanted the evening to reflect us, with a vintage 50’s inspired cocktail party. We wanted our guests to be relaxed so there was not a lot of formality. I didn’t really have one or two colours that everything matched. I just tried to keep within a palette I had chosen. Originally I wanted my bridesmaids in all different vintage dresses but it proved to be too hard and expensive to find so I picked the dress and they picked the colour.


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vintage bride getting ready

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groomsmen in gray suits

garden first lookvintage birdcage veil

bridesmaids throwing bouquets

I am a potter and have also gone to school for cooking. I made all the bud vases for the tables and the cake tiers. My Mum and I made the cupcakes and she made all the preserves for the favours. My brother in law is a wiz with design so he designed all of our labels and invitations. Oh and I made my bird cage veil.


newlyweds leafy wall

garden first lookvintage birdcage veil

groom and groomsmen

We had originally decided to get married at Jordans parents house but took one tour of the McLean House at the Estates of Sunnybrook in Toronto and fell in love. It just fit so well with our 50s cocktail theme so well and I knew I wouldn’t have to do much decoration. There is a bit of nostalgia as well, Jordan’s Aunt and Uncle had been married there 16 years ago :)


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groom with bridesmaids

Any advice for brides planning their weddings now? We had just over a year to plan and I loved every minute of it. I was not stressed for even a moment. My husband and I just tried to spread everything out so we weren’t doing too much in the last month. Try to savor every moment because it is only one day and it goes by far too fast.


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Wedding Location: Toronto, ON, Canada / Wedding Venue and Caterer: Estates of Sunnybrook / Wedding Photographer: Nancy Da Costa of Mango Studios / Wedding Flowers: Phil Young of The Greenery Patch / Wedding Dress: Justin Alexander, “8465” / Hair Clip: Twigs and Honey / Bride’s Earrings: Dana Kellin / Bride’s Shoes: BHLDN / Bride’s Hair: Bunny Symonds / Makeup: Sonia Ryan / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: BHLDN / Groom’s Suit: Got Style / DJ: DJ Rudy of Wishes and Dreams Disc Jockey Service / Ceremony Music: Kathleen Long of Metamorphosis / Wedding Invitations: Brent Mills

Tasmanian Summer Wedding

Garden Weddings

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Newlyweds Celia and Curtis aren’t just creative and talented, they’re something far beyond — Curtis made his own wedding band, the couple grew their own flowers for the bouquets and arrangements, and the reception was DJed by none other than the couple themselves! Our thanks go out to Jonathan Wherrett for sending these lovely photos our way.

bride and groom doorway
kraft wedding invitations

From the bride, Celia: Curtis & I grew up in the same small town in Tasmania but never met. In our early 20’s & living in Melbourne, we became close friends, often talking until the sun came up at parties but never dating. I moved to London, we exchanged emails, late night phone calls and flirtatious text messages until finally Curt got up the courage to jump on a plane and fly halfway across the world to tell me he loved me. As first dates go- moving to the other side of the world was pretty epic!

Quamby Estate wedding Australia

My mum suggested Quamby, a beautiful, 1830’s, white homestead and as soon as we saw it we fell in love. We wanted an intimate, relaxed and fun but still meaningful wedding. We had a ceremony under a 150 year old tree, a garden party, dinner & dancing, an after party and a recovery BBQ. With our amazing friends & family we made blackboards, rubber stamps, badges, bunting, grew the flowers, organised a “tour” bus for guests, played ceremony music, DJ’d at the reception & much more. My wedding ring was originally my great grandmother’s, then my mothers and now mine. It’s over 110 years old. Curt made his own silver ring from scratch.

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white green wedding bouquet
kraft wedding invitations

kraft wedding invitations
ceremony musical bells placed on chairs
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ceremony musical bells placed on chairs
guinea feather groom boutonniere
ceremony chairs set up favorsguest book trunk table
ceremony musical bells placed on chairs
ceremony chairs set up favorsguest book trunk table

My favourite project was the wedding bells. I love the sound of wedding bells so I decided to collect my own, one for each guest to ring at the end of the ceremony. They came from Zimbabwe, Asia, family & vintage markets. In the end there were glass bells, shop bells, temple bells, school bells, cowbells, bicycle bells, bongo drums, tambourines as well as paper cones full of rose petal confetti. The noise and colour when we walked down the aisle was pure joy! We had ‘First Look’ which I loved – we used a huge tree and crept around either side. We had both just started feeling nervous but when we saw each other – it turned to excitement. We only had one speech – my dad who is an actor and he brought the house down!

antique engagement ring
bridal party mismatched
guinea feather groom boutonniere
bridal party mismatched
blush pink nude bridesmaid dressesguest book trunk table
bride groom negative backdrop
bride groom negative backdrop

 

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Wedding Vendors (Tasmania, Australia):

Wedding Venue and Caterer: Quamby Estate / Wedding Photographer: Jonathan Wherrett / Event Coordinator: Jo DaSilva / Wedding Dresses: Bride’s Desire (ceremony), Light in the Box (v-neck), and Jayson Brunsdon Black Label (reception) / Bride’s Veil: Brides of Melbourne / Fascinator: RicePaperRose / Bride’s Earrings: The Rusty Chandelier / Bride’s Shoes: Naturalizer / Bridesmaids’ Dresses: ModCloth, Review / Groom’s Suit: Jack London / Makeup: Jill Peachey / Hair: Chris Fiddler / Bouquets: Walkers Flowers / Ceremony Music: Timothy Brennan / Cake Pops: Tamar Valley Cake Studio / Celebrant: Terese Tanner / Wedding Stationery: Beacon Lane

Great Gatsby Wedding Inspiration

Wedding Design

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Nothing shouts romance more than hearkening back to the classics, which is what the incredible Alea Lovely had in mind when she designed this wedding inspiration shoot — loosely based around the 1974 film adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby. You may remember Alea from this stunning fall inspiration shoot, complete with one of the most gorgeous gowns we’ve ever seen — and now she’s back with another stunner.


Great Gatsby Wedding Style

From the photographer, Alea: Taking a step back to the 70’s to put a modern spin on a great classic. The setting was at a personal estate creating an intimate wedding setting which is my favorite. The dress was a vintage light blue gown redesigned for a more modern look. The blue danube on the table scape was a major detail I wanted to incorporate that tied together the stationery, cake and floral design. Gave a classy vintage detail. The accessories like the wide head band adorned with crystals gave a bride a very distinct throwback feel.


Great Gatsby Wedding Style

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Great Gatsby Wedding Style

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Great Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding StyleGreat Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding StyleGreat Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding StyleGreat Gatsby Wedding Style

Great Gatsby Wedding Style

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Great Gatsby Wedding Style


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Wedding Vendors (Kansas City, MO):

Venue: Family Estate / Wedding Photographer and Creative Director: Alea Lovely / Bride’s Dress: Vintage 1970s gown redesigned by Alea Bebenek / Groom’s Suit: Vintage 1970s Heirloom suit / Groom’s Bow Tie and Accessories: The Social Seam / Hair Accessory: Jennifer Behr / Wedding Belt: Ivy and Aster / Bride’s Bracelet: Francesca’s Collections / Bride’s Earrings: Erica Koesler / Bride’s Shoes: Kate Preston / Flower Girl Dresses: Target / Wedding Flowers: Victorian Gardens / Wedding Cake: Classic Cakes / Invitations and Stationery: Announce This Design / Hair: April McReynolds / Makeup: Jolie Artistry / Car Rental: Pech Limousine

Handmade Illinois Wedding

Vintage Weddings

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Looking through Sarah and John’s wedding at the Mayslake Peabody Estate in Illinois is a tease to all sweet tooth folks. Just look at that cookie bar! We love the homespun feel captured by Jennica Jo Photography.

chalk globe wedding decorSarah & John

Sarah & John
Sarah & John

From the bride, Sarah: Our wedding was truly a reflection of our unique personalities and our attitude as a couple, we feel so lucky to have had such a fabulous time surrounded by our nearest and dearest! John & I dreamed of a wedding that would be classy and understated but with a lot of humor and quirk. We are total goofballs and the little details really allowed our guests to clown around with us; from the “fingerstache” temporary tattoos in the bathroom to the kazoos that guests could sound off to get us to kiss. Our friends and family really enjoyed snapping candid shots with the Instax camera and dancing with mustache props in hand! I had an enormous amount of help from my friends and family to pull together all of my DIY projects, and my vendors completely understood what I was going for. The result was a wedding that felt warm and creative, where I feel like I lived in every moment, and that is still making me laugh.


Sarah & John

Sarah & JohnSarah & John

Sarah & John

Sarah & JohnSarah & John

Sarah & John

My advice to any bride would be to stay true to yourself, if you want to scrap some traditional elements (I had pie instead of cake, and didn’t do a bouquet or garter toss) and make things unique, go for it! In the end, I had so many compliments on how relaxed the atmosphere was and it made everything more fun! Involve your family, and let them feel like a part of your day. I had frames with wedding photos from all our aunts and uncles, our parents and our grandparents lining the shelves in the library. They really felt special when they were pointing out their photos during the cocktail hour.


Sarah & John

Sarah & JohnSarah & John

tea tin centerpieces vintage number sign

Sarah & JohnSarah & John

Sarah & John


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Wedding Vendors (Oakbrook, IL):

Wedding Venue: Mayslake Peabody Estate / Wedding Photographer: Jennica Jo Photography / Wedding Coordinator: Kristy Webber of Special Occasion Services / Event Designer: Traci and Mark from Whimsy / Wedding Dress: Priscilla of Boston / Hair Accessory: Twigs and Honey / Bridesmaids’ Dresses, Groom and Groomsmen’s Suits: J. Crew / Groom’s Bow Tie: Forage / Ring Pillow: EmersonMade / Wedding Flowers: Bella Fiori / Wedding Caterer: Dan McGee’s Restaurant / Bartender: With a Twist / Dessert Pies: Hoosier Mama (Chicago) / Wedding Music: Indigo / Wedding Stationery: Maria Pelley of SwellInk