I haven't been to a wedding where a bride was this creative & crafty in a long time. Randi did such a wonderful job with all the details -- it was unique and intimate. The scenery was gorgeous -- sprawling myrtles on a grassy point, lit by a full moon and more stars than I've seen in months! Simply stunning. OH-- and most importantly, the couple was absolutely radiating love all night.
Nick, the groom, and his dad created the altar they got married under. How special will that be in their backyard for years to come?
The white lanterns and white lights wrapped in the trees were magical.
DIY Idea #1
DIY idea #2
DIY Idea #3 - mason jars are "in" and for good reason. I plan to start using them for arrangements at my house soon, especially since my clumsy self can't seem to hold onto a vase without it shattering lately.
DIY Idea #4 - wishing tree - instead of a guest book each guest was invited to write a wish for the couple
And being the good advertising lady that she is, she had one of the McKinney art directors design this custom logo for them -- I love it!
Apologies on the poor quality -- these were cropped form other misc photos from the night.
First dance and sweet father-daughter dance.
So typical...only a few bites were enjoyed by the bride and groom before they were harassed by guests. Josh still complains to this day that he is mad he didn't get to "enjoy enough of our delicious food." Let's just say he has made up for that at all the 2011 weddings!!
Nick & Randi Bass
Not the best photo, but the only one I snapped of us.
Best wishes for a wonderful life together!
Have a great week everyone!!