I love everything weddings. I mean really, one time I was at brunch with some wedding industry friends, someone said the words “wedding dress”, and I got so excited I knocked over and broke my mimosa glass. But here’s the thing: you don’t need extravagant wedding details for them to be impactful. Wedding details are the best when they are unique and all work together!
Diane and Andrew set the stage with their hand-drawn wedding stationery suite, featuring a personalized family crest. They look and feel antique, which perfectly paired with Diane’s Pride and Prejudice purse, vintage clam shell ring holder, and custom made pearl gown. The antique vibes continue with their venue, Bachelor Farmer, a Minneapolis restaurant featuring original brick walls and exposed drywall. Cocktail hour even featured a record player with vintage records for guests to choose from! Notice how all of these things are small scale? You don’t need floral dripping from the ceiling to make an impact–just thoughtfulness, consistency, and personalization!