Recently were married in Oregon. TheThe entire family chipped in, and all together we made everything with the exception of the bouquets (created by www.leafandpetalbend.com) and the food www.tateandtatecatering.com. The photography was taken by www.lifebetweenblinks.com.
The groom made the arch from twigs found in our yard, the wedding and reception took place in my parent's backyard, the bridesmaid's orange flowers in their hair, and the fabric flower garland were made by our neighbors and friends, the steps for the bridal procession were actually made by my sisters, father and family friends, the 999 red cranes were made by my niece and closest friend and the rest was our labor of love.
We were honored by all of the exceptional people that traveled from near and far to be part of our ceremony. It was truly humbling.