The final installment of wedding photos is finally here! Today I am sharing some of my favorite photo booth photos! Having a photo booth at the wedding was awesome!!! It was one of the best decisions we could have made. We got really fun photos with friends and family that we wouldn’t have gotten if it weren’t for the booth.
So here goes!
Our wedding was amazing and our friends and family made it even more special. Also, thank you to all of you!!! Everyone’s love and support really made it even more special.
I showed off some wedding photos about a week ago here and now it is time for some photos from the reception! Get ready for photos of toasts, dancing, and lots of fun!
We had some delicious food!
We used my vintage cameras and old books to decorate for our center pieces.
Amber gave a wonderful speech for us!
Our first dance! We decided to dance to “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds.
Fletch’s old bandmates came out to the wedding! Courtney and Shauna sang us down the aisle and it was beautiful! Cameron was our photographer.
The mother- son dance was adorable! They danced to “Be Good Until Then” by Butch Walker.
My dad and I for our Father-Daughter dance. We danced to “Father and Daughter” by Paul Simon.
One of our gifts for our guests was a mix CD! We burned each CD and placed their labels on them. A lot of love went into these CDs!
One of my favorite things about our wedding was the dessert table!! It turned out so great!
We had some delicious cake from Corina Bakery. Yum!!
My adorable vintage radio fit in perfectly on the bar!! I made this cute little sign for those drinking. No drinking and driving at our wedding!
Fletch and I love the Beatles so I thought this would be a perfect accent at the venue.
Our bar looks amazing!!!
Our other gift was a mason jar glass that they could use and take home! We placed the stickers on ourselves and they turned out great!
My brother and I got down!
I LOVE this photo. There is almost too much fun in one photo.
Instead of a traditional guest book we decided to have a friend make an illustration of us so we could hang it in our home. It turned out beautifully!
We created our own hashtag for the big day!
I love this photo of Fletch and his sister. They look so serious.
We were skanking to some ska music and I got a side cramp. At least I look happy about it!
We drove away in this beauty!!
The night ended with us walking through sparklers to a beautiful vintage car.
I hope you enjoyed my photos! The last set will be a few gems from our photo booth! See anything you like? Well most of our decorations were DIY so let me know and I can tell you how I made them!! Just in case, here is my post on making dessert flags and here is my post on making the bunting we used all over the venue.
Choosing your accessories for your wedding can be stressful. You want to make sure it doesn’t distract from that gorgeous dress you just spent WAY too much money on but you also want it to compliment your overall feel.
First, think about your theme for the wedding. Is it sparkly? Do you want a vintage vibe? All of these things can lead you to the perfect accessories.
When I set out on my wedding planning journey I had a few ideas for the look & feel of the wedding. I loved the rustic look that is so popular but I also wanted to have a very classic, vintage vibe.
I took that theme with me when hunting for a wedding dress and accessories. I wanted to look vintage but still modern. I opted for vintage inspired shoes, vintage bracelet, my mother’s pearl necklace, a cardigan with a sweater clip, and simple pearl earrings handmade by me. I decided to go short with the dress because our venue was outside and I knew that a short dress would prevent any fear of dragging I might have. Also, I really enjoy short dresses and thought a short, vintage inspired dress would compliment my style.
I purchased items I knew I could, and would, wear again. The cardigan and shoes I bought get frequent use. It is fun being able to wear them around because it brings me back to our big day.
I wanted to ensure that everything at the wedding fit together. They needed to compliment each other. Each accessory was carefully chosen to help make my ensemble match with the rest of the decor.
Once you have an idea of what you may want I recommend checking Etsy. It will be much cheaper than buying from a bridal store plus it will be more unique. Also, browse Pinterest for ideas. Here is my Pinterest board in case you want to see what I came up with.
I wish you luck with finding all of the adorable details that will help make your big day so very special!
If you have more questions for me please feel free to comment below or email me at cutiecameras[at]gmail.com
I can’t believe it has already been 3 months since Fletch and mine’s weddings. It doesn’t feel like it was that long ago. Time has just flown by! Well, we have our professional photos back so I thought I would share some with you!!
We have a TON of photos so I will make this a three part series for you because I don’t want to overload you. The first part is getting ready & the ceremony, second is the reception, and third will be fun photo booth photos!
My hair was huge and amazing!! Izzy, my hair and makeup artist, did a wonderful job! Thank you to Jacquie for referring me!
Mimosas while getting ready. Yum!
I made little signs to put around the venue. This one was in the Bride’s Cabin.
I made all of my ladies shirts to get ready in! I used a bleach pen to write on them then washed them by hand with warm water and soap!
My wedding dress with my cute green cardigan! I bought all of my bridal party a vintage hanger to hang their dresses on.
Getting some zipping assistance.
High-fiving because we are getting married!
Sister, Shelly, helping Fletch get ready.
Our rings! Fletch’s is made out of wood!
Our bouquets. Aren’t they gorgeous? My wonderful friend, Amanda, and her Mom did an amazing job putting together all of the flowers for the wedding.
Just after the first look.
Us just before getting married.
We got a bit sassy with our bridal party photo! Big shout out to Becky, Meagan, Jessica, Amber, and Nicole for all of your help!!
Fletch’s party! His sister, my brother, best friend Chad, and of course our wonderful friend Justin.
My parents bought a bird house for us to leave at the venue.
My niece, Gia, loved her new toy from Grandma and Grandpa.
Fletch’s family is so wonderful!! I am so glad they were able to come to the wedding and so thankful that they were able to help us decorate before the wedding. It was a huge help!
My entire family came out to help with the wedding! it was so wonderful having everyone in one place since everyone lives in different states.
My niece and nephews were our flower girl and ring bearers. Aren’t they the cutest?
DIY wooden sign for our seating. Our super awesome friend, Luke, made the sign and Fletch did the lettering.
Our aisle decorations. I bought the shepard hooks at JoAnne’s.
We’re getting married!
Husband and wife
Our wedding day was absolutely wonderful. We are so thankful for all that came and helped us on our big day. It was so special and it was partially thanks to all of our amazing friends and family that were there to celebrate! We love you all!