Monday, October 6, 2014

Celebrating A Wedding


Very vintage and refurbished Clayburn School, now repurposed into a hall to community events was the venue for D and G's wedding celebrations.





A peek at the original building.



and then.... wedding details.

Bridal Bouquets



Brides choice was none of the guests were to be identified (so I used iphoto feature to blur any faces that did show). 

This shows half of the room. Rest of tables and buffet are out of sight. Wonderful windows and original blackboards and flooring.


Memory book with turquoise Buddy L (groom searched and found the truck) and dahlias. The turquoise binder has pages, each with a photo of each guest (sent to bride earlier) and space to write a message.



Photo frames and polaroid pictures of guests. The photo frame had handles attached to the back on each side so guests could choose their pose. By the end of the evening the wired frame was full of photos. Bride will be hanging the photo frame on their wall at home.



Dahlias from private gardens and Ferncliff Gardens.



Waiting for bride and groom



Didn't add the buffet tables because too many guests were in line. Each table had 'game/puzzle/notepads and chocolates as well as either Cranberry and Alfalfa honey with the bride and groom names and the date of their wedding as favours. Scrabble tiles for each guest as place cards.



What I didn't show was the wedding, the photo ops with bride and groom and guests, two sweet and charming tiny children twirling and dancing, the guests enjoying their dinner, the family groupings for photos, the guests visiting. A lovely late afternoon and evening wedding celebration.

What you couldn't hear was the music the bride chose for each part of the afternoon and evening. She matched the music to each portion of their wedding day (the dancing children happened after the meal). Great selections and very personalized.

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24 comments:

  1. Hi Joy,

    You sure found a unique blue today. What a creative wedding. I love the autumn colored flowers in the jars, and of course, I love that darling blue truck by the blue sign-in book.

    The photo idea is super. New brides always have several empty walls to decorate. This settles that decorating problem!

    Have a Happy Blue Monday!

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  2. Everything looks lovely.

    My son just got engaged and we went with the kids on Saturday to check out a few venues. Boy, I didn't realize all the issues in just finding a site. But, I am looking forward to working with my DIL to be to make decorations.

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  3. It looks like a small but well planned country wedding. All the bouquets of flowers are pretty and using old coke bottles for single stems seems to tie in with the antique truck.
    Thank you for linking to Mosaic Monday.

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  4. O, I love weddings...this one looks beautiful...all weddings are pretty.

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  5. From one Joy to another, love the flowers and decorations!

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  6. Oh what a beautiful Fall wedding. I love the truck very cute. The flowers speak Fall. Come and link at the Fabulous Fall Linky Party!

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  7. Interesting spot for a wedding with the blackboards. Love all those dahlias.

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  8. The blues add a special touch to this special occasion!

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  9. How lovely!!! I love the custom made weddings that aren't of the cookie cutter variety.
    Just beautiful and unique!

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  10. How cool to use an old toy truck like that. And the Scrabble tile names are great. So charming and clever. The little bottles of honey are sweet too. :-)

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  11. In love with the bridal bouquets! Pop of colors! Love the photo idea, too :)
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  12. I love the location, detail and creativity of this wedding. Love the fall color flowers and how creative the Scrabble name place setting...however did she find enough to do that for all the guest! A very charming wedding...

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  13. Joy, How very charming that the wedding was at the school. I love the truck for sure. My grandson and his bride , married last month on the 12th in Utah....did the same wire picture frame for guest photos. Such a great idea. Blessings to the newly weds. xoxo,Susie

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  14. Such a cute wedding, the colorful flower bouquets, that little truck, and the book. Just gorgeous. It look very well planned and organized.

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  15. Lots of lovely ideas here, thanks.

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  16. Joy, looks like it was a lovely wedding! I love the little truck! Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  17. Love the flowers in the car, looks super, will use that at my next lunch... if you don't mind

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  18. Lovely pictures. It looks like a wonderful event.

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  19. Very sweet! Looks like a comfortable country wedding! Thanks for sharing and Happy Pink Saturday!

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  20. So pretty! The flowers are gorgeous, and I love the scrabble names and wired picture frames!

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  21. Beautiful, Joy! Lovely decor - I will be featuring your post in this week's A Return to Loveliness,
    Kathy

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  22. That looks like a lovely place for a reception. Thank you so much for sharing the special details of their day! Jamie | anderson + grant

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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