I’ts been so much fun getting to know Courtney a little better over the last couple of weeks and her generosity has been nothing short of amazing. It takes a lot of time and research to pull together a concept like the table below and am so appreciative of all the work she has done for our little series. Not only is Courtney a genius with anything involving paper or event design, but she recently launched a photography business with her husband, Erin Hearts Court. If your looking for a photographer in Southern California, I would definitely check out their site. Their prices are extremely reasonable and I don’t think you could find two more caring or generous individuals to capture your wedding….
Here are the ingredients used…
garden of Frida Kahlo. I also wanted to make sure that there was lots
of room for food to be set on the table for a family style set up with
a fun mexican flair but not to much “typical” mexican decor.
the napkins are wrapped in corn husk and tied with raffia. I wanted to
use photos of frida not her iconic artwork, as I thought it was more
interesting and less used.
escort card or have at each place setting or on the chairs of the
ceremony, is from a fun little store here in Pasadena called the Folk
Tree. Along with the “Te Amo” heart
the candle holders. But leaving them unlit as decor would work with
some votives around for those venues with fire issues.
to help.) She helped me alot in the set up as she is really good at
leaving dirty paw prints on the chavari chair cushions.
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