This DIY vintage garden wedding was so lovely in all of its details, right down to the wine corks wine charms, we just had to share! Lyndy and Justin were married surrounded by close family and friends and great DIY style!
In the bride’s words:
“So many people get caught up in the planning and how a wedding is ‘supposed to be’, and spend a fortune. We wanted to keep it beautiful, simply and what it’s really about – our love and the beginning of our life together. With that in mind, we kept our wedding small and intimate, and only have our families and friends with us on our special day. We are both from large families so intimate for us meant 65 people gathered in the most beautifully restored 200 year old house of our longtime friends, the Campbells. Along with their beautiful house, they have the most amazing yard; it was absolutely perfect!
Since we were keeping the wedding small, my Mom and I had time to work on projects, and had a great time working on things together. I love mason jars and really liked how the centrepieces turned out. My husband made and painted the Mr & Mrs. signs along with the Eat Drink Dance We’re Married sign on an old door. I also love the archway I walked through for the ceremony; a friend and local florist, Collins Patrick at Flowers by Patrick, came the day of the wedding and literally picked the flowers from the yard to decorate it. One of my favourite details was with the beer and wine. We cut up wine corks and stamped all of the guests initials on them, then we tied them with twine to all of the wine glasses as wine charms.
When we look back on our wedding day, it was beautiful, special, intimate and full of love. We had great food, drinks, music, dancing and best of all, the people we loved most to share it with. It was perfect.”
VENDOR LIST -
Venue | Private Residence
Photographer | Ava Moore Photography
Bridal Design | DH Gate
Groom Formalwear | Banana Republic
Flowers | DIY
Decor | DIY
Favours | Your Organza Bag and Teavana