So we thought it’d be kinda fun to see a wedding party in denim….what do you think?
We made a monogramed wood-burned aisle to match the invitations. Ok–truth: we planned to burn the monogram into the wood (how hard can it be? boy scouts do it) and quickly realized it would take a million hours… word to the wise–if you want to try this DIY, consider Plan B: brown marker and a little shoe polish. :)
The other tricky part was the blue flowers. There are not many naturally occurring blue flowers (and I don’t recommend the dyed ones) but here are some very cool choices: tweedia, muscari, light and dark blue delphinium, bachelor buttons/cornflower, nigella, and thistle.
Photography by Tec Petaja
Wholesale Flowers from FiftyFlowers.com
Men’s clothing from Billy Reid
Hair and Makeup by Melissa Fergus
Barbecue from Loveless Cafe
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