This wedding from Sarah Culver Photography was a true family affair: the bride collaborated with her mother to make many of the decorations, her aunt helped with the flower arrangements, and the whole shebang took place at the home of the bride’s grandparents! It’s personal touches like these that really make a wedding sing. Don’t you just adore the teal and yellow invitations designed by Nathan Grundhauser?
From the bride, Mia: The wedding took place at my grandparent’s house, which was so special. The flowers were done by myself and my aunt. We picked all the flowers that were on the tables from Butlers Orchard 2 days prior to the wedding. The cake was made by my Mom. And the decorations including the ribbon backdrop the carport streamers, the flag bunting, the name tags and the thank you favors were made by me. My mom made the table runners and tablecloth in the buffet.
We worked really hard on everything and I couldn’t have done it without my mom, she was the biggest help I could have asked for and was so amazing to have through the whole process, especially since we were living in California during the year we were planning the wedding in Maryland. It was just the most fun night of my life, no question about it.
Wedding Photographer: Sarah Culver Photography / Wedding Dress: Lela Rose / Wedding Shoes: Chie Mihara from Anthropologie / Bride’s Headpiece: BHLDN / Suits: J.Crew / Flowers: picked at Butler’s Orchard / Wedding Cake: made by mother / Invitation and paper goods design: Nathan Grundhauser / Wedding Invitation and paper goods printer: Delicious Design League