wreaths galore

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In a previous post, I shared that my DIY Wedding Invitations served as a starting point for my wedding design.  One crucial element of that design was a hand drawn wreath designed by Tristan at Besotted.  However, I didn’t only use the wreath for my invitations – it showed up all over at our wedding and worked really well to create a cohesive look!

One of my favorite uses of the wreath was labels for our dessert table, complete with a yummy strawberry cake and a lovely assortment of pies.

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I also used half of the wreath to create simple “Reserved” signs for family seating.

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When planning our wedding, Tanner and I decided to keep it fairly small, both for budget reasons and personal reasons.  But, we didn’t keep it small at the expense of not inviting kids!  We definitely wanted to share our special day with the little ones in our life.  However, because weddings are not the most fun event for kids, we provided a coloring book and crayons to help keep them entertained.  I used the wreath as part of the cover design and tied the pages together with twine.

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Lastly, I also used the wreath to create a fun madlib for wedding advice!  Tanner and I read them the weekend we got back from our honeymoon, and it was so fun to see what everyone wrote.  I saved them all so that we can look back at them in years to come!

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Thank you so much, Tristan, for contributing to our special day!

PHOTO CREDITS// BRAD & REBEKAH PHOTOGRAPHY, HIEN PHAM

  • Cassi

    I didn’t even know about the kid activity book! That’s a good idea! :)

  • Tristan B.

    I’m so honored, really, you did a beautiful job, congrats!

    • meaganhearne

      I’m so glad you like it! Thanks again :]