Libby did such an amazing job carrying out her vision to have a rustic, yet romantic, wedding celebration. These details are beautiful and full of some fabulous diy inspiration.
I just loved seeing the entire day come together. My mom and I took on all of the planning ourselves, including several DIY projects. Since I wasn’t going to be able to do any of the set-up myself the day of, I enlisted the help of a dear friend to act as my “art director” to execute the set-up according to my vision. I also hired another friend to be my day-of coordinator, and the two of them basically made the whole day happen with the help of a few extra friends and family members. Ben and I felt very blessed to have such a wonderful community of friends and family so willing to support and love us in so many ways on our wedding day. And I loved walking into the chapel and reception for the first time and seeing my visions come to life!
Photography: Brandon Kidd
Venues: The Harbor on Possum Kingdom Lake
Florist: Stems of Dallas
Wedding Cake Baker: The Cheesecake Factory
Caterer: The Grille at The Harbor
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: their own ivory dresses, floral sashes made by bridesmaid Kate Roebuck
Stationary: Frontier Paper Company
Band: Random Axis
Videography: Will Kamp
Hair & Make up Artist : Dana Dixon
Earrings & bracelet: Charles Skibell
Hair piece: veil – Priscilla of Boston, flower pins by Kate Roebuck
Rings: Aurum Studios
Shoes: Jeffrey Campbell
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