It was so gorgeous. I did all the paper products starting with the save the dates, to the invites, programs, welcome bag artwork, and signs with calligraphy done by Jill Valez. The escort cards were tea dyed tags hung from the tree with the guests names and table number, this was a spin on the little tag attached to the invite (also tea dyed to make it look vintage) with twine tying it all together and a wax seal. The couple's monogram was used through out the wedding on the wax seal, matchbooks, & cupcakes.
My husband and myself photographed the wedding. Splitting up at times to get full coverage. While he took them to the beach after the ceremony to capture beautiful shots, I ran to the reception to capture the details and cocktail hour. I know how much the details meant to the bride, so I wanted to make sure all of it was photographed before the partying began. :) To view more of his wedding photos click here (There are a few on the website which are mine too. :) )
They rented an old fashioned photo booth for the reception. All the center peice vases are from the brides own collection.
There are so many great photographs!! Here are a few of my favs.