Welcome! This is the third in the series on Megan and Tyler's wedding. Today's post focuses on all the details that created a very warm, personal, and old-time feel to their wedding celebration.
Guests were greeted with this display: the place cards arranged on the rack, an old-fashioned typewriter and vintage post cards. They were encouraged to type out a message to the couple that would be mailed to them later. How nice to receive well wishes both on the wedding day ... and beyond.
Chalkboards with messages were placed around the room. I really like the look of these.
And, I absolutely adore sedums and living centerpieces. Talk about green.
After the ceremony, while guests enjoyed the cocktail hour, the main area was reset. Isn't this striking?! It was the first time I've seen striped table clothes. They looked so elegant.
The clear plates and white accents worked beautifully together.
The bride and groom sat with their wedding party on the right side of the photo at a long table with its own decor.
Look at this "Sweet Treats" table. Of course, the wedding cake took centered stage.
What to try first!
In fact, you were encouraged to enjoy yourself.
Megan and Tyler truly created a amazing celebration!
Wishing the two years of walking hand-in-hand together through life.
Hats off to the trio who made the vision a reality:
Day-Of-Coordinator: Laura Gram, Simplicity Events
Baker: Jenny Keller of Jenny Cookies
Caterer: Herban Feast
DJ: Bamboo Beats
Florist: Mackenzie Powell
Hair and MakeUp: Megan Bingham of An Off White Seattle
Transportation: British Motor Coach
And to the photographers: Gabe Rodriguez and Boone Rodriguez
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