This morning, I wanted to share some of the little details of the wedding that you all have seen being created by mom and I over at Lakeside Stamping the past few months. Our ceremony and reception took place in a restored barn from the 1800's. It was very rustic with a harvest twist. Here is a peek as to how all of our hard work (and inky fingers) paid off on the big day:
For our place cards, guest names and table numbers were computer generated on Gina K's Pure Luxury Ivory cardstock, were cut out using Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Seventeen, and were scored and folded in half. We then used one of the leaf dies from Spellbinders Assorted Leaves set and cut out and embossed them using Gina K's Pure Luxury in Pumpkin Spice, Cranberry Tart and Sweet Corn.
Here is one of the favors, we used jars of Pumpkin Butter and Apple Butter from a local market in Lancaster County, PA - Kitchen Kettle Village. The tags were all handmade by mom and I. You can check out the details (and close up shots) on Mary Anne's post - Heartfelt X 200.
This shot captures the table setting, the centerpieces, which included natural wheat, farm fresh apples and pumpkins, and sprigs of Hypericum berries. Mom and I created the table numbers, which tied in perfectly with the elements and the chocolate brown linens. For more details on the table numbers, check out Mary Anne's post - Little Details.
All of the handmade details that were mixed in throughout the day, made it even more special and memorable! I hope you all enjoyed following this creative journey with us!