I adore how evey detail from this wedding is handmade out of love. It sounds so cheesy, but it so is true. You can absolutely tell this whole wedding was pulled together with the help of friends and family which I think makes it that much more wonderful. I could blabber on and on about the charming details, but I think I will let Tec’s beautiful images take it from here…
Melissa and Pete made soap as favors for guests because that is how Pete asked out Melissa for the first time – he asked her to make him some soap. Chelsea made the
wrappers with the P’s on them.
We wish you guys a lifetime of happiness and appreciate you sharing your lovely wedding with us today! Also, I wanted to say a big thank you to Tec and Chelsea for sending over the images for a feature. You guys are awesome!
photography: Tec Petaja
veil: Etsy seller Rohm
bride’s bouquet: A Village of Flowers, Nashville, TN
bride’s gown: preowned gown, bought from OnceWed
bridesmaid’s dresses: ASOS
bride’s jewelry: Etsy seller lillyella
bride’s flower hair fascinators: Etsy seller Oh, My Deer!
bride’s hair and makeup: Jordan Byers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
wedding design: Oh, My Deer! and friends
groom’s attire: Urban Outfitters
groom & groomsmen boutonnieres: Oh, My Deer! and friends (ohmydeer.etsy.com)
invitations, programs and paper goods: Oh, My Deer!
[Images c/o Tec Petaja]
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