Several weeks ago, I had the privilege of attending a wedding for a good friend. Jeremy, the groom, and I have known each other for close to 20 years so, needless to say, to be able to watch him marry his true love was a joy. On a side note, this was the first big event I attended since getting my new camera and I was thrilled to be able to "play"!
Pinterest and it was too cute. Each frame held a photo of the bride or groom. Such an adorable way to show off photos.
Pinterest and, after looking through her posts on some of her wedding boards, I think she also got the idea for her bouquet from there as well.
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As is popular right now, they did a cupcake stand for dessert. What they did differently was that they did the "famous" cake feeding activity before the meal was served. That way, once people were done eating, they could just get cake.
They did some other great things during the reception - the bridal party was introduced and each couple did something creative as they entered. The bride and groom walked in with big glasses and the bride showing off her awesome green tennies.
One last thing that the bride has done that is really truly one of the best ideas I've heard. All of those things she used - the frames for the photos on the pews, the items for the centerpieces - from vases to the mirrors, the lanterns that hung from the ceiling at the reception . .. she sold it all on Craig's List. She listed it the week after the wedding and most of it was gone within a week. Such a smart idea!!