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DIY Paper Flower Backdrop

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We’re delighted to have Jenny of Hank & Hunt back with us today to share another DIY tutorial. Last week you saw her DIY Feather Clips, and today she’s teaching us how to make a low-budget, high-impact paper flower backdrop! We love the idea of playing around with colors and perhaps even patterns to fit the feel of your wedding day perfectly. Let’s get to it:

diy tissue paper flower backdrop

From Jenny of Hank & Hunt: The best part about this backdrop is its portability. Ever wonder how they manage to move those huge photobooth backdrops? Or even how they set them up when you have a million and one other things to be doing on THE day of. The solution is this fun yet modern take on the traditional kid’s art project, a tissue paper backdrop. It’s cheap, it’s light and it’s fully customizable. I’m obsessed with deep blues lately and stayed solid, but think about doing patterns or watercolor styles with it.

For each board, you will need:
-white foam core board
-pack of 20×30″ 24 sheet fold of tissue paper
-roll of double stick tape
-empty water bottle

Simply multiply your list by the number of boards you want; I made four. Each board takes about 30-45 mins depending on how fast you are; the first usually takes the longest. Bribe some friends to help and knock out a ton at the same time!

diy tissue paper backdrop

1. Unwrap the fold of tissue paper, keep stacked and cut 6″x6″ squares. Don’t worry about being exact, it doesn’t matter… yet another beauty of this project.

2. Take your board and make a row of double stick tape across the short side of the board. Take your squares and loosen them up from each other — this makes it faster to pick up while pressing.

3. Take one square and center it over the top of the water bottle and press down. Remember the pencil eraser trick from elementary school? Just like that, but we’re working bigger.

4. Hold the paper in place, flip and press into the tape. Presto. Repeat this down the entire line of tape.

5. Add another row using the same technique about 1-2″ over, depending on how dense you want the backdrop to be. Repeat until the board is covered.

6. Repeat on as many other boards as you want.

7. Hang your first board square to where you want it to start and use two small nails to hold it up. I know some venues are anti-holes, so you can use command strips if you need to. They are super light and it doesn’t take much to hold them up. Now that the first one is up, just line up additional boards, tack into place, fluff the lines and you have an instant backdrop with minimal setup time at the location.

After I made these, I realized how pretty an ombre version would look. The light plays off the different corners of the paper and is really pretty even in a solid color. Perfect for a simple shower or party as well. Photographers could even carry one around for some detail shots!

Project and images by Jenny Batt of Hank Hunt for Ruffled

Bohemian Bolinas Wedding

DIY Weddings

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We’re constantly jealous of brides who get married in sunny California, especially when the location is a small picturesque town like Bolinas. Amelia and Will had a laidback wedding decorated with items from a local antique store and lots of handmade touches — which includes the vintage moon for their photobooth. Melissa of Fresh In Love Photography was on hand to capture it all. Thank you Melissa and Amelia + Will for sharing your gorgeous day with us!

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moon stars vintage photobooth props wedding
moon stars vintage photobooth props wedding
From the bride, Amelia: Will and I were together for seven years before we decided to get married. By the time we got engaged we were just so thrilled about our momentous decision that we didn’t want to wait too long to tie to knot. We had set a wedding date of about 6 months out, so when we went out looking for venues, most of them were booked already. That said, most venues in the Bay Area didn’t feel exactly perfect for us either. There are some beautiful places to get married for sure, but we felt restricted by time limits and required vendors. We knew we wanted to get married somewhere that felt entirely unique too. Then we thought of Bolinas: the gorgeous, bohemian, beach-bum town about an hour north of San Francisco. We had rented houses there for my 30th birthday and the following Thanksgiving; both trips had been very memorable—there’s a sense of awe and calmness that washes over you when you are in Bolinas, it’s very a very creative and happy place. So we were excited when we found Briarcombe, a property of three houses that look like they belong in The Shire. The houses are an inspired fusion of Arts and Crafts and traditional Japanese architecture. Briarcombe was built by a concert pianist and has a beautiful meadow with a wooden stage where small concerts are sometimes held. It was really the most idyllic spot for our wedding. Will and I rented the homes for a few days leading up to the day so our wedding party and our family could come up and stay with us during that special time.

As for our vision, we knew we wanted to have a casual, picnic-in-the-meadow feel for our wedding. We also wanted to have elegant and nostalgic touches. My dress was a dream: a Lela Rose beauty that I had been been coveting for years after coming across it while helping my best friend search for her own perfect dress. The gown had a fairly old-fashioned flair and it informed much of the fashion, decor, and flowers—it became about melding the dress, the house, and the moon…

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Wedding Vendors + Venue (Bolinas + San Francisco, CA):

Venue: Briarcombe / Photography: Melissa of Fresh In Love Photography / Flowers: Meredith of Aria Eco Floral and Event Design ( / Wedding Dress: Lela Rose Ponderosa Gown, Glamour Closet / Suit: Al’s Attire, / Groom’s ring: estate piece from Pave / Decor: Alameda Antiques Faire / Music: Dr. Elmo and Wild Blue / BRIDESMAIDS: J.Crew

Fresh In Love Photography is a member of Blue Label.

Lace and Honey Wedding

Garden Weddings

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When you combine a backyard reception with design details galore, the outcome is often something both homey and unique. Yuvi and Nick’s wedding reminds me of the importance of the little things… the lace boutonnieres, the honeycomb photobooth, the hand-dyed lace for honey jar favors… and I’m made aware again of how these little things compose a love story with notes of both creativity and tenderness. We take the time to craft these details because we want to, because there’s rarely an opportunity in life when all the tiny pieces say so much about two people. And of course, it helps to have talent like Braedon Flynn Photography and Jesi Haack behind you!

honey and lace vintage wedding
From the bride, Yuvi. Choosing the church for our ceremony was easy. We chose St Paul the Apostle for our ceremony because it was one that my husband and I have attended weekly for the past few years. Initially, we were looking for outdoor venues, however there were few that met our expectations. We bought our home knowing that it would be a great location to hold our reception. What better place to have our wedding along with our loved ones than at our own home.

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When we met with our wedding planner, Jesi Haack, she brainstormed with us ideas for our theme. We told her that we would like to incorporate Honey Bee’s in the wedding since that is the name of our street and mentioned to her that my favorite color is yellow and that we would like a vintage feeling. She tied it up and came up with the concept of “Honey and Lace”. As soon as she said it, we loved it.
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I made the corsages, lace flowers for the mother of the bride and the mother of the groom as well as the grandmothers. I also made the lace flower boutonnieres for the men in the wedding party. My husband and I assembled the wedding favors which consisted of small honey jars covered with lace, we dyed the white lace with tea to give it a vintage look. We wired the tea light vases so that they could hang from the trees as well as ran fish wire through the balsa wood flowers to hang.
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honey and lace vintage weddinghoney and lace vintage wedding

Nick and I decided that we wanted to implement my Bolivian heritage in the wedding. We took a lesson to learn the “Cueca” which is a traditional courting dance that is danced using handkerchiefs. At the reception Nick and I decided that we were not going to do it because we had not practiced, but our families were encouraging us to do it anyway. Initially we were nervous, but half way through the dance all of our guests used the handkerchiefs that were given out as favors and began to cheer us on by waving them in the air. It was breathtaking for us to see all of our guests participating and showing us their love.
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We loved our wedding planner, Jesi Haack. Her creativity made our wedding really come alive. We loved the café lights that were strung over the receptions. We loved the way the hundreds of tea lights glittered throughout the night. We loved our vintage inspired lounge area and the honeycomb photo booth. We absolutely loved the way the whole wedding came together.
honey and lace vintage wedding

honey and lace vintage wedding

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Wedding Vendors (Southern California):

Ceremony Venue: St Paul the Apostle Church / Reception venue: Bride and Groom’s home / Wedding Planner & Design: Jesi Haack / Photographer: Braedon Flynn / Videographer: Nicholas A. Bowser – Crafthouse Productions / DJ: DJ Josh Bliss (no website) / Hair and Makeup: Stephanie Ortiz / Flowers: Mai Hoang of Bunch Studio / Invitations: Kelli Murray / Catering: Simply Elegant / Ceremony Dress: San Patrick / Reception Dress: In Style by Jose Flores

DIY Photobooth Props

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Chelsea’s entry is a PSA for brides who want to make their own props for their photobooths – she shares her own drawings that you can download and use as templates. La la loving the candy stripe detail!

 diy photobooth props

What you’ll need:
– Red and black felt
– Home printer with ink and paper
– White paint
– Red electrical tape
– BBQ skewers
– 3/4 inch natural wooden beads
– White spackle
– Dark, heavy cardstock
– Straight pins
– Glue gun
– Scissors
– Wire cutters or garden clippers

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 wedding photobooth ideas

Step 1: Use the template of various shapes, print it out, and cut out each shape. Do this once on white printer paper and once on the dark cardstock.

Step 2: Pin the white paper cutouts to a double layer of felt, and cut around them, using them as a guide. (At the end of this process, you should have TWO of each felt shape.)

Step 3: Clip off the pointy end of the BBQ skewers, then paint each skewer white. While waiting for these to dry, paint the wooden beads white as well.

Step 4: After the skewers dry, cut strips of electrical tape (approx. 1/4 inch wide), and wind the strips around the skewers.

Step 5: Secure one end of the skewers into the wooden beads with a small drop of hot glue.

Step 6: Fill the open hole on the other side of the wooden bead with white spackle. If the whites don’t match well enough, paint over the spackle with your white paint.

Step 6: Hot glue your cardstock shapes to their corresponding felt shape (this is to give the felt a litle stiffness). Lay this piece down, cardstock side up. Hot glue the top end of your skewer to the cardstock, and then hot glue the extra corresponding felt shape on top, to sandwich the skewer in between.

Step 7: Make sure your props are satisfactory by testing them out in the mirror — preferably with a buddy!

Backyard Arizona Wedding II

Garden Weddings, Real Weddings

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Colors can be so emotional, and I’m pretty sure this wedding is proof of that – the colors are joyous, fun and summer-like! Dillon and Michelle got married at her parents’ house with lots of antiques and beauty surrounding them, and the result is stunning. Does the DIY photobooth wall look familar? It was a labor of love of Michelle and Dillon. These lovely images are from the wonderful Stacie and Geoff of Lang Photographers!

From the bride: For my wedding I envisioned a backyard wedding filled with old, vintage antiques. Nothing too fancy or formal in any way. A casual setting, that will allow family and friends to have a memory never forgotten.

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aqua white wedding cake bird cake topper

The little things and details that you think are so important, end up not mattering as much as you think they will in the end. Just enjoy being engaged! It’s not worth getting all worked up, because you will laugh that you were making such a big deal about it later.

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Wedding Vendors (Gilbert, AZ):

Wedding planner: Lettie Peterson / Florist: Emily Burton / Photographer: Lang Photographers/ Wedding Dress: Merrily Gibson / Flower crown & veil: Whichgoose / Shoes: Seychelles / Jewelry: Anthropologie / Hair: Suzanne Bell / Bridesmaid Blouses: Forever 21/ Bridesmaid’s accessories: Nordstrom / Groom’s suit: H&M

Backyard Arizona Wedding

Garden Weddings, Real Weddings

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Today I have a gorgeous DIY backyard wedding to share with you, starting with the wedding portraits. Matt and Angie of Sloan Photographers with the help of Josh Snyder shot gorgeous pre-ceremony photos of Michelle and Dillon. Love Michelle’s style — the halo, the chunky bracelet, those gorgeous yellow heels and of course, her darling tea length wedding dress work together like a charm!

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 stylish Mormon wedding Arizona
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Here are some images captured by Josh:

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 modern textured wedding bouquet
 bridal wedding halo

See more images shot by the Sloans here and by Josh Snyder here. We will be sharing their reception next – and you don’t want to miss it!

DIY Photobooth Wall

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This may be the ultimate DIY project for weddings this season. Specially if I tell you that Laura and her fiancé made this photobooth wall for only $80. Using vintage wallpaper, a frame found at a thrift store and some plywood they made a free standing wall to be used for their photobooth. Now, on to the details:

From Laura:
This was a fantastic way to get my fiance involved. I also would like to mention that neither of us had ever ‘built’ anything before, so this project would definitely be quick and easy for those of you with more experience!

DIY Photobooth Wall

What you’ll need:
– Plywood (all wood and tools from Home Depot)
– (2) 2’x3’ Wood beams
– Sawhorse
– Ruler/Measuring tape
– Hammer and nails
– Wood screws
– Handheld jigsaw
– Handheld drill
– Mod Podge
– Paintbrush
– Waterproof sealant
– Vintage picture frame (I got mine at a thrift store)
– Vintage wallpaper (eBay)
– Floor molding (optional)

DIY Photobooth vintage Wallpaper frame background

Step 1: The plywood usually comes in a 4’x8’ sized sheet. To make it easier, have the store cut the top for you – we asked for a 19” cut to make the final height 6’5”.

Step 2: Lay your plywood flat on the sawhorse. Measure your picture frame. Make sure you start your measurements near the middle of the frame itself – you don’t want the plywood to show on the inside of the frame, nor would you want gaps around the outside of the frame! Decide where you want your frame to be, and draw your measurements on the wood.

Step 3: Use a drill bit large enough to make a hole the width of the jigsaw blade in all corners of your measurements on the plywood. Now use the handheld jigsaw to cut out the entire shape.

Step 4: Stand the plywood upright. Cut each of your beams to about 5’ high. Measure and cut a 70 degree angle off the top of the beam. Hold this up to your wood frame until the angle lies completely flat against the block. Now take a ruler and place it horizontally on the ground, against the bottom of the beam, and use it to draw a line against the wood. Cut with the jigsaw – this will make the bottom of the beam level with the ground. Using the excess wood, cut (2) 10” pieces to use as mounting blocks. On the “back” of the frame, nail a mounting block onto each side. Make sure you hammer the nails through the front, so the heads are flush with the wood. Set the (2) beams aside for later.

Step 5: Lay your frame back onto the sawhorse. Measure and cut your wallpaper to size. Working with one strip at a time, brush your mod podge (what I had on-hand, but if you have wallpaper paste, that would probably work well, too) onto the top third of the wood. Line up and press your wallpaper onto it. Run over the surface with a ruler or other flat object to make sure there are no air pockets. Repeat for the middle and bottom third and all remaining strips of wallpaper until the entire front of the wood is covered. Let dry for at least 24 hours.

Step 6: Brush a thin layer of waterproof sealant over the entire surface of the wallpaper. Let dry for at least 24 hours.

Step 7: Optional: We really wanted to make it look like a piece of an actual wall, so we cut (2) 4’ long pieces of floor molding and attached one to the top and bottom of the wood frame, with Gorilla Glue.

Step 8: Stand the wood frame upright. Take one of the 5’ beams that you cut earlier and line it up against one of the mounting blocks. Drill 2 pilot holes (one on top, one 4 to 6 inches directly below the first hole) through the beam and partly into the mounting block. Next, screw the wood screws into the pilot holes. We used a 2” screw for the top (the thinner part of the beam) and a 2 3/4” screw for the bottom. Repeat for the other side.

Step 9: Mount your picture frame over the hole. Whew, you’re done! Now take your new “photobooth” somewhere pretty and snap away!

Urban Wed Event by Brooklyn Bride

Design Inspiration, Wedding Design

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Before we start the day, I would like to thank you everyone who entered our DIY Contest so far! I received an overwhelming amount of creative projects, and I truly wasn’t expecting such great response. I will be posting some DIY entries tomorrow and the remaining next week and because of that I am extending the deadline till Saturday at 11:59p (March 27th). So if you wanted to enter but didn’t have the time to take photos, this is your chance. Voting will not begin until all entries are posted later next week, so not to worry! To participate, simply send me 4-5 images (600pixels wide), instructions and a list of materials to amanda or click here for more details.

Last night I attended the Urban Wed Event organized by Brooklyn Bride, and what a great party! It was so nice to seeing so many talented NYC wedding vendors under one roof. I could easily spend all day talking about how delicious were the cupcakes from Nine Cakes were, or how ridiculously talented is Bryn from Paperfinger, and everyone else from the Urban Wed Event. I thought some images from the event might give you great ideas for your wedding. How much do you love that table runner made out of old black and white photos?

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Vintage Photos table runner idea DIY weddings black white flower anemone poppies

List of Vendors:
Venue: Nest Event Loft / Catering: Cobblestone Foods / Photography: Jenny Ebert / Day of Coordination: Just About Married / Calligraphy: Paperfinger / Wedding Band: Elan Artists / Event Design: Hatch Creative Studio / Photobooth: Studiobooth / Wedding Gowns: Samuelle / Bridesmaid Dresses: 57 Grand / Wedding Cakes: Nine Cakes / Wine Tasting: Swirl Events and Seven Sisters / Wedding Invitations: Paper + Cup / Makeup: Facetime Beauty Concierge

All photos by Jen Huang Photography

Erica + Collin’s 60s Wedding

Real Weddings, Vintage Weddings

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I stumbled upon Jacob Pritchard‘s work the other day and had to share this quirky 60s wedding that I saw on his blog. Erica, the bride, shares all the tidbits about her wedding day:

1960's Vintage Wedding
Collin and I made the CD – the picture is the same one we used on the front of our wedding invitation, which we designed and had printed at a postcard place. We’re both sci-fi dorks and I use sci fi costumes and plotlines a lot in my artwork. The songs are all songs that Collin and I have made together or separately over the course of the probably 15 years or so that we’ve been making music.
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
Their wedding rings had each others’ fingerprints on the outsides.
1960's Vintage Wedding

I wear a lot of 60s/70s/80s clothes but was definitely feeling more of a 60s vibe at the time and thought that would be a good visual theme to the way we looked. I thought I would try on a million different wedding dresses, but I saw that one online and just bought it, and that was that. I had it tailored by this awesome woman Ann Hamilton, who specializes in vintage wedding dresses. She was excited that I was keeping the dress’s poofy arms (one of my fave features on a dress), as most of her clients have her remove the arms from their dresses. She took out the lining of the arms and also replaced the lining of the entire dress, which was this really stiff kinda cheap fabric that made a swishy noise when I moved in it. I also retooled my mom’s veil, replacing the lace and tool, and that felt kind of nice.

1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding

Cupcakes – we asked some friends and family to contribute one dozen cupcakes each of their choice. We did still have a small cake to cut – it was one that my mother made – my favorite recipe of all time. And we had a few dozen cupcakes made from the same recipe. so the end result was a nice assortment of different familiar flavors in a handy pre-portioned size. No plates needed!
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
I’m usually a natural light kind of girl, but I’m loving the use of flash on these photos:
1960's Vintage Wedding

For the dresses for the bridesmaids, we went shopping one afternoon at a few vintage/thrift stores I knew carried a lot of 60s/70s clothing and each of them got a dress within a 60sish palette I was looking to use. I tried to convince Collin to wear a wacky/hokey 1960s or 1970s suit but he preferred to rock a more sophisticated modern look. We had a hard time figuring out what to do with the guys, but ended up finding them shirts (at Express) that more or less matched the ladies’ dresses.

1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding
1960's Vintage Wedding

As for other stuff relating to the aesthetic – I designed some fabric that we used for the backdrop for our photos at the hotel. I had it printed at For centerpieces, we planted various plants in milk glass containers that we collected at various thrift stores and tag sales over the course of the summer – 3 per table. We found some really cool and unique pieces, and people seemed to enjoy bringing those home. Each group of 3 sat on a square of the fabric that I made. We also hung some big white lanterns in the barn to lighten up the space, though the barn itself did have a very excellent warm and homey rustic vibe to it. I also tried to aim for a bouquet that was sort of sixties-esque in that it had a cascade. We also had these cool floral bracelets for the ladies which were a nice touch on the florist’s part.

The band – Collin’s family is very musical – his dad has playing guitar for most of his life, his brother Scott is an awesome drummer, and his brother Kyle played guitar back in the day and picked it back up again for them to play at Scott’s wedding in April 0f 08. Collin makes music and has been in a band and plays the guitar and bass. I sing and make music, and my mom sings in the Hartford Chorale. My dad is a huge music lover and got me interested in a lot of music when I was younger. He bought Nirvana’s Nevermind before me – I think that helps to put it in perspective. Anyway…Collin’s family plays together and my family really doesn’t, so I thought it would be cool to join forces and make a supergroup of members from both sides. I sang on most songs and was joined by Collin, his dad Mel, my mom Elaine and my aunt Missy, who’s also a singer and musician. My dad also sang and played keyboard on Whip It (one of his karaoke faves). We were only able to practice twice but it was great fun and I think we did an awesome job.

This is my favorite part of their wedding story:

Also there is a cool story about our engagement. I wish we could just send you a video clip from the ceremony but we haven’t actually digitized it yet. I’ll just briefly go over what we did. My friend Sarah married us, and we worked with her to develop the ceremony and vows. We more or less wrote our vows the night before, which was kinda stressful, but worked out fine. For the readings, we had friends read poems and song lyrics that we wrote over time about each other, and we also had them talk about and demonstrate the Proposal Box, which Collin used to propose to me. He works with electronics and designed this cute little box to ask me to marry him. There was a “yes” and a “no” button and some LEDs. When the YES button was pushed, the Beatles “The End” started playing – right at the part where it goes “OH YEAH! ALRIGHT!!!” We’ll have to put up a video of that in the near future!

Wedding Vendors: (Wethersfield, Connecticut)

Venue: Webb Barn
Photography: Jacob Pritchard
Florist: Gordon Bonetti
Vintage wedding dress: Vintage Wedding
Vintage Dress alterations: Ann Hamilton (NYC)

A Vintage Hamptons Wedding

Real Weddings, Vintage Weddings

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Brace yourselves folks, because this wedding will blow your mind. Designed by the über talented Heather from Amorology Weddings and photographed by rockstar photographer duo Amelia and Justin Lyon, this vintage Hamptons wedding is most likely one of my favorite weddings of the year here on Ruffled.

From Heather of Amorology Weddings:

I was so excited when Kaite came to me to help her plan her wedding and it seemed only fitting to create a vintage Hampton inspired theme for her and Jordan. After meeting at college and spending some time together in Huntington Beach, careers took both Kaite and Jordan to New York where their incredibly romantic relationship really began. Spending time on the beaches in the Hamptons, the pair often had sand in their toes and it was truly “Beside the Seaside” that they fell in love, not only with one another but with the East Coast.

Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
The basketweave vases and hydrangeas combo is so preppy-Hamptons. Love the mix of striped and turquoise tablecloths.
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Jordan’s boutonnière consisted of a tiny sea shell, succulent and orchid, which made for the perfect vintage beach bout!
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Heather managed to find a crab shaped bread that decorated the reception. So cute!
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Kaite’s bouquet consisted of garden roses, orchids and stalk with lace wrapped stems and vintage brooches.
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Topsiders for the groomsmen seemed like a natural choice for a classic Hamptons look!
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
The bridesmaids wore navy blue dresses purchased at Target.
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding
The boat photobooth that Heather from Amorology Weddings designed, with the “Beside the Seaside” logo that Courtney from Brightly Designed. They used vintage umbrellas and custom pillows (from Pin Cushion Princess on Etsy)
Vintage Hamptons Beach Wedding

Wedding Vendors (San Diego, California)
Wedding Designers and Coordinators: Amorology Weddings
Florist: Twigg Botanicals
Photography: Amelia Lyon
Paper Elements: Brightly Designed
DJ: Hit it Music
Catering: Crown Point Catering
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals
Linens: Wildflower linens
Cake: European Cake Gallery
Hair and Make-Up: Tracy Mathis
Bridesmaids dresses: Target
Men’s suits: Friar Tux
Photobooth photos: Mike Cunningham from Digital Orange

See more photos from this gorgeous vintage Hamptons inspired wedding on Heather’s blog.