Wine glasses that I made for my bridesmaids and I also made one for myself as you see my “H” glass there
“I Do” on my shoes as my something blue
My bracelet has a bow on it to match the bow on my wedding gown
Mike and I got the groomsman and him a pair of matching socks. They are our wedding colors.
Our aisle runner that I had made with our monogram painted on it
Display of the cocktail napkins that I hand stamped
If you look in the distance in that picture above you will see the table numbers sitting in a frame. I purchased the frames from Ikea and they were originally white. Mike and I spray painted every single frame silver with sparkles. This was the most time-consuming project of our entire wedding. We spent many hours in the garage spray painting each frame and going over every side to make sure it was even. In the end, it was worth it because it looked beautiful and people thought the frames were bought that way. I highly recommend the Tolsby frames from Ikea. They are cheap, durable and you can spray paint them any color you want. The graphics that you will be seeing including the table number graphic was made from our graphic designer who also designed our wedding invitations .
Flip Flop basket I made for women who wanted to change out of their dress shoes
Our guestbook and sign
Assortment of mini desserts put on each table
The next pictures you are going to see are pictures that I have taken myself of the rest of the details from our wedding.
Our “G” cake topper. It looks pink in the picture but the crystals are actually clear. I got this from Etsy.
First page of our guestbook contained the quote that I used throughout our entire wedding. The quote is from Cinderella.
We used these Mr & Mrs forks to take our first piece of wedding cake with. I bought these from Etsy as well. We will use them every year on our wedding anniversary.
This bag contained that glass that Mike stepped on during our ceremony. The chards of glass are in the bag and we will use them to either frame or do something with as a memory of our wedding day.
Bags for our guests to take the candy from our candy buffet home in
Closer look at the tag on the bag. I had the stickers made from Vistaprint.
Cocktail napkins that I stamped and were displayed during the cocktail hour. I had our monogram made into a stamp that I bought from Ebay.
Card sign displayed in front of our cardbox
Sign that was displayed by our guestbook
Sign for our sparkler exit which we didn’t get to do since it was raining.
Sign that was put in the men’s and women’s bathroom by the bathroom baskets I made.
The sign that was displayed by our candy buffet
There you have it! The last of the details that I haven’t shared from our wedding. It makes me really sad to know that this is my last wedding recap post. I am very proud of our wedding and how everything turned out. More importantly, I am happy to be married to my best friend and the love of my life. That was the most important thing of the entire day was standing there taking my vows to my husband. I am so thankful to call Mike my husband each and every day. It’s something that I have waited for so long. He means the world to me.
I am so happy that I was able to share all of the planning and the recaps with all of you. It really helped me throughout planning everything to post what I was thinking and feeling and now I can go back and read everything. I’m glad that all of you were able to follow along in our journey. I will be adding some of the wedding picture to Pinterest. So definitely check that out!
My next series of recaps will be of our honeymoon. Stay tuned for that because we went to Antigua which a lot of people don’t know about and I want to give this island the recognition it deserves. It’s truly a beautiful place!
Have a great Friday!