I loved helping to create this wedding. The darling bride wanted it to be modern but then loved all these vintage things. So we called it the modern bohemian wedding and it turned out darling.
She had her reception in this fabulous barn in Salt Lake City. I didn’t want it to be too vintage because it was already in an old barn so we talked about making a beautiful paper flower back drop for the cake in white. Wow it was a lot of work but the payoff was amazing. it was 10 feet long and 8 and half feet tall. It truly was a wall of flowers.
The brides cake was done by Whitney’s Sweets you can find her at www.whitneyssweets.com she did an amzing job. We set the cake on a cut log on top of an old desk with one of the rose quart sequin runners. The dark colors really set off all the white of the cake and flowers.
on her desert buffet we tide in the paper flowers with boxes covered in mini flowers. then mixed in the real flowers as well to blend the whole look.
the mantel flowers were so romantic and just what I would have picked for a boho wedding. I truly wish the mantal was deeper so that we could have put more photos of them on the top. The flowers were done by Heidi Vassel she is one amazing chick!
Sign in please, oh how I loved the shine of the garden bench that I sprayed gold. We added photos of the bride and all of her vintage pieces that she loved. The best part of the sign in area was the hanging lanturns they were to die for (almost took them home with me! )
The photo booth was a fun little corner. I just love looking at the # tags after a wedding seeing all the fun photos of the guest. Its fun to create a fun little backdrop to make the photos more fun and something that is more interesting than a plain Jane wall. Don’t you love my chairs? Who knows when they will be recovered, but until then photo on.
When the entrance to the venue isn’t clearly marked its a good idea to have a sign or lanterns, maybe cute paper sack lanterns to light the way and guide the guest to the front entry way.