There’s nothing quite like a light mist in a photograph. Paired with a stark white umbrella and a doting groom, it is picture success for their photographers Love is a Big Deal! This couple created their wedding with some DIY love! Their rustic elegant theme came to life with burlap, birdcages, wildflowers, and quilts. In the ceremony, the couple nailed their love to a wood beam- romantic! The bride kept her look casual with a lace dress, natural bouquet, and mix-matched bridesmaid dresses.
This Arizona wedding is DIY friendly with bright colors and floral elements. There are so many things about this wedding that are deliciously southern. My favorites include the groom’s blue seersucker suit and the bridesmaids Lily Pulitzer-esque dresses! Some of the many Do-It-Yourself elements in this wedding are the heart-shaped programs, the boutinerres and the oversized poms hanging from the chairs. Even the reception can be recreated with mirrored trays and simple flowers. This lovely wedding at the Stillwell House and Garden in Tucson, Arizona was photographed by Elyse Hall Photography and found on our favorite, Style Me Pretty.
Danielle and Jake’s wedding is, in essence, a fabulous dinner party. This New York wedding has so many great elements that can be recreated here in the South. This wedding caught my eye because of the simple DIY elements. Don’t miss the votive-covered lawn. You can have your own candlelight lawn with votives from the Dollar Store and inexpensive candles. Easy, huh? A tent is great for an outdoor wedding, and the chandeliers create a romantic and intimate setting. Those centerpieces can be recreated as well- just get clear vases and fill them with flower stems. All of these are a fabulous DIY project for your family and bridal party. This excellent wedding photographed by Meredith Davenport of Christian Oth Studio and was found on Style Me Pretty.