Today we have a little school-inspired inspiration! I love the idea of taking a theme and making it chic and different but still fitting with the original look. Adding elements to the wedding such as globes, books, chalkboards, and pencils make for a fun little inspiration board!
The sign in table was just gorgeous! Lizzie really did the details up here. Such an amazing and totally unique way for people to say hello and sign in at your wedding! And this little canvas tree idea has already been used again.
Jasmin from Wildflower Event Florals did a phenomenal job on all of the flowers. The bouquets were just stunning!
Definitely the greatest shot of a garter catch ever!
And now for the surprise of the night. The MOH and a slue of other people worked hard to create a 20 minute video with each of the BMs and GMs wishing the bride and groom well and telling stories from the past. It was hilarious and sentimental all in one. And it was the perfect little surprise for them.
Liz is selling a few of the items from her wedding as well as other vintage finds on her Etsy Shop. If you love her style, you'll love her shop!
Photography: Jason + Anna Photography Florals: Wildflower Event Florals Programs: Designed by Liz. Check out her Etsy Shop Venue: Murietta's Well. Livermore, CA Dress: Vineyard Collection (for sale!) Bridesmaid Dresses: Express, H&M, Forever 21, etc. Boys Attire: Express for Men
I have an even better idea than just a table :) OMG, I probably couldn't be more excited right now. I had the most amazing idea just pop up, and I have to share. I don't want a sign-in table if I can think of something better and more orginal! I love the sign in table concept, and can't wait to create the space that greets the guests of the wedding. So, I found this fantastic little idea of a sign-in cabinet! Let me explain a little bit.
By now, you probably know my love of chalkboards. Along with that, I share a love of antique keys. I decided to mix them together a bit more and came up with the best way to utilize both at the same time. I plan on having little chalkboards the size of a business card connected to antique keys. You can sort of see the concept from these photos.
Source: Oh Beautiful Paper,
I love that idea, but the problem has become how to hang them. I don't really want to have two boards with the keys hanging as I feel like it might look semi out of place. So, this idea really seems prefect because I can hang the keys from the doors of the cabinets, and in the center, I can create a really awesome display on the shelves! So unique and awesome. Not to mention the fact that I can keep the piece of furniture I find. That is always a plus!
Remember Chalkboards Add Instant Vintage, well I couldn't help but continue my incredible love of chalkboards with some latest finds!
LOVE. LOVE. LOVE
Source: Caroline Tran,
I know that many of you love chalkboards just as much as I do, and really, why wouldn't you? I mean, when you have something this chic and amazing, which on top of it all is functional, well that's has perfect written all over it!
Now the real question is, are you actually using chalkboards as part of your wedding decor, or do you just find them fun to look at?? And if you are, gush the details, will you! Big, small, as a welcome sign, cupcake sign, centerpiece, etc.etc.etc. Let us in on your little secret!