Real Wedding: Stephie & Chris

Everyone loves a good down home backyard wedding. But do you know what is even better? Having it right over the bridge at Bubby's in Brooklyn! Stephie was so fun and easy to work with. She had a million DIY projects going on even while I styled and designed most of the decor. She involved her family and friends in on the action and it ended up being such a beautiful and heartfelt wedding.

Loved the color and varying styles of bridesmaids dresses. The olive green was used throughout the design and paired with orange tones.

Vintage (aka "old") window frames strung with jute twine and mini wooden clothes pins were used to hold escort cards.

A combination of mason jars, brown bottles and moss covered containers were used to hold a mix of roses, dahlias, gomphrena, bush ivy and asclepia. Single stems of ranunculus and viburnum berry filled the individual vases running the length of the table.

Sweet Treats were courtesy of Bubby's (famous for their pies!), cake from Momofuku milk bar and homemade whoopie pies by the couples aunt.

These programs were designed by a bridesman and printed by the uncle of the groom.

I especially loved the sweetheart table with the Mr. and Mrs. signs found from Little Wee Shop on etsy.

Hand painted table numbers on slices of birch bark.

Handwritten menu on a vintage mirror. Homemade granola, bbq rub and sauces made by Stephie and friends.
Best of luck to Stephie and Chris on a happy life together!

*Most images courtesy of Henry Shoots

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