Kate sent me this wedding last week thinking it was a good fit for Ruffled and boy, was she right. Anita and Phil created most of the wedding decor themselves, with lots of vintage touches. When Kate told me Anita’s bouquet and Phil’s boutonniere had raspberries in them I instantly fell in love with their wedding, before even seeing the photos. Not only that, but they also bought a vintage mantle to use as a backdrop for their ceremony which is now being used in their living room. Big thanks to Kate Harrison Photography for sharing this vintage chic wedding with me today!

Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison
Anthropologie Vintage Inspired Wedding by Kate Harrison

Check back later for part II of this vintage inspired, Anthropologie-like wedding!

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Comments (10):

  • Mabs on July 2, 2011

    I love your dress. I think it's gorgeous and it falls perfectly on you. Your dress idea with the cute sweater is inspiring me for my own wedding. I also like the decor. It's classy and simple. Thanks for the ideas!!!
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  • Ashleyedenfield on January 27, 2011

    I love everything about this!
  • Lydia B on January 12, 2011

    I'm in love with the vintage theme in this wedding! Would someone be able to let me know where I could find the vintage 'ceremony' picture on the program? I would love to use it for my wedding!
  • Melissa B on November 3, 2009

    I too will have to get on board the "berry train" and say I think that is such an adorable, unique idea! I've seen lots of fruits and veggies incorporated into arrangements, but this is a first for me with the raspberries. It's always the little things that make the biggest impressions.
  • Monica L on October 27, 2009

    Dress looks like Casablanca 1900.
  • amanda on October 27, 2009

    I am trying to find out right now. I will let you know!
  • Emily on October 27, 2009

    I love the berries in the wedding bouquet! Where is her beautiful wedding dress from? It looks vintage!
  • Smitten on October 27, 2009

    I adore the programs the couple created; very vintage community theatre look to them. And the raspberries in her bouquet! Are they fresh or artificial?
  • Nina on October 27, 2009

    So pretty! Any idea where this awesome dress is from??

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