Here, a quick glimpse into Saint Paschal Baylon, decorated in our signature “less is more” style.
Our DIY tissue packets were a hit with guests and incredibly easy to make. A couple months before the wedding, we picked up a box of tissue packets and placed an order for custom business cards, each featuring a different shot of us on the front and back. Once they arrived, we taped one photo to each pack, alternating as we went.
Then, to display them on the big day, we selected a basket at Michaels and tied plastic dollar-store grape bunches to each side. Fun and simple! Plus, our coordinator expertly thought to place the leftovers in the women's restroom during the reception.
A custom blowup of our favorite engagement photo, courtesy of Damien Smith Photography, greeted guests from a cloth-draped easel at the entrance to the aisle. Our coordinator later moved the photo to the reception site to display throughout the evening, as well.
Stephen's mother and sister created beautiful handmade pew bows that lined the aisle and added just a touch of decoration in a church with strict regulations.
Photographer Alex captured our DIY programs as they sat atop the welcome table.
Elegant and romantic floral arrangements, crafted by the talented Lei-Ann at Happy Flowers, dressed up each side of the altar. These were also repurposed to beautifully decorate our gift table at the reception site.
What are your plans for ceremony décor? Do you plan to reuse certain items during the reception?
(Photo Credits: Personal Library & Alex Neumann Photography)