It should come as no surprise that Meg (founder of Art Feeds) and Carter (super talented musician) would have amazingly artistic and creative details at their wedding and reception. Yet, I'm still surprised at how every little thing was so thoughtful and creative. Meg's dad welcomed everybody to his daughter's "Vintage Circus" - such a perfect description of the atmosphere they created.
I mentioned yesterday that Meg dyed her dress a pink ombre. Yeah... gutsy... but it paid off! It was already such a beautiful dress, but she made it her own and it was to-die-for! Oh, and of course the pink matched her engagement ring. (sigh...)
Every centerpiece was different at her reception, and featured a collection of vintage artifacts and beautiful flowers.
Are you kidding me? This was such a dramatic focal point of the room - a handmade statement that hung above the couple as they danced their first dance.
Hers: vintage inspired cake with huge floral accents. His: rock'em sock'em robots on rice crispy treat cakes. PERFECTION.
Of course, there were more sweets to be had. This ombre cake matched Meg's hand-dyed wedding dress.
Pinterest users... get your pinners ready! I love this final detail today. A great little gray slug bug (er, VW Beetle) adorned these recycled book pages and stole our hearts as they drove away from the cereomony.
Sweet moments from this wedding coming up!
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