Today, we are so thrilled to be sharing this rustic DIY wedding along the Oregon countryside. Danielle and Jeff did almost everything themselves for the big day! The only vendors used were the photographer, and Mount Pisgah Arboretum as the venue.
Absolutely everything was a DIY project, including the amazing succulent bouquets, rustic decor, and guest sign in “book”. This summer wedding was filled with lots of laughter and sunshine. We can’t take our eyes off of her champagne wedding dress, and the amazing golden fields. The lavender and maroon wedding colors are perfect for this time of year.
Today, we are having so much fun with this tropical wedding! Filled with an abundance of pink, green, and orange florals, this lush wedding is hitting the spot for some summer inspiration. Hosted at The Bamboo Gallery in Florida, the exotic name almost speaks for itself.
These amazing couple made sure to include special details for their wedding day; from gold pineapples, painted leaves as tropical place cards, twinkly lights, and paper lanterns, Stella and Shamar enjoyed working with their planner to make a cohesive wedding theme come to life. Everything from the serene waterfall to the gorgeous palm trees helped elevate the experience for all of their sweet guests.
Today, we are so excited to be sharing one of the most rustic wedding venue locations in British Columbia! Rockwater Secret Cove Resort is a waterfront resort, located on the Sunshine Coast. It’s right on the ocean with massive rock cliffs, a forest, and rocky beaches. I
Andrea and Tyler wanted to have a DIY wedding, so Andrea and her family made all of the amazing details throughout the entire venue, from the centerpieces, to all of the signs throughout the venue. Explore rustic wedding invitations to match your big day!
Words from the Bride:
Rockwater is very special place for us. Tyler’s parents have a second home just minutes away, and we boat by Rockwater fairly often too. During our first few months of dating, we stayed at Rockwater on our first trip to the Sunshine Coast, and I had thought it as a perfect wedding location.
Tyler proposed (it was a total surprise) while we were out on a nearby walk at Smugglers Cove. He had already made plans for lunch at Rockwater (knowing it was a top choice for the wedding). We were sad at first, realizing the resort had a buyout policy all summer- which we knew wouldn’t be possible when we wanted a smaller, more intimate wedding. However, we were so lucky- they had a Sunday exception they could make work! I made nearly every decor item by hand, with the woodwork help of my handy father and grandfather. Together, we built and painted items including: lawn games, chalkboard signs, driftwood signs, re-sized wine boxes, a photo booth with props, crates, etc. I was determined to make my dream wedding fit within the budget!
Flowers: Potted Plants, from Sunnyside Nursery (Tsawwassen, BC)
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