Wednesday, May 26, 2010

jennifer + kevin

It's the little things that count.

And it was the small touches that made this Riverside wedding truly unique. Gauging by the number of pictures I took, it's clear that this wedding was nothing short from special. The only setback was the huge gusts of wind that prevented us from setting up the centerpieces right away, but that was overshadowed by the beautiful view from the private estate overlooking Riverside county.

The bride and groom ditched the traditional ceremony music, opting for some Tyrone Wells for their entrances. They wrote their own wedding vows. They didn't have a cake -- but an assortment of desserts from mini cupcakes to baklava.

The garage was transformed into a serving area for the food by putting up rented curtains around the walls, and hanging handmade decor from the ceiling to beautify the space. So creative!

The bride handmade all the signage, and made fabric flowers to accentuate the aisles, buffet line, and dessert table.

Homemade jam served as seating cards for the guests. Floating candles in the pool were an elegant touch as the sun went down.

I'm so glad I got to be a part of this special wedding! To say the least, I was inspired by this couple's creativity! There are no limits to what you can do on your wedding day. So go crazy -- try new things, be inventive and you're sure to have a day you'll remember and cherish forever.

1 comment:

  1. I am stunned to see this couple’s wedding arrangements. They are simple yet very impactful. I too want such a decent set up for my own big day. We would be marrying in this year at one of the local NYC venues but the color scheme has not been chosen yet.