Whimsical, DIY, kid-friendly wedding ideas
Us mamas at the 100 Layer Cake HQ always appreciate it when a wedding is a family-friendly affair. As do photogs Giuli & Giordi and the rest of the team that whipped up this super fun and playful shoot for Say Yep Magazine. Giuli says, Our wedding didn’t feature a separate kids table, a simplified menu, or decor just for the little ones; everything aimed to be perfect for both kids and grownups. And perfection it is. We’re way into the trendy pastel palette, delicate paper flower decorations, hand drawn elements, and sweet wardrobe choices for the little guests and their parents.
Adorable is right.
We targeted the couple with kids that want to include them into their wedding celebration just as they are included in their everyday life: 100 percent!
Just look at this little cutie pie!
The concept of home—the place where the family comes together—was the starting point also for the use of the houses as decorations: some were constructed in cardboard and became flower vases, others hosted the sweets display, and others were made in white paper to be decorated by the kids.
Sweet piñata, yes? Click on over to our family blog, Cakelet, for the DIY tutorial!
And a round of applause for the talented team below…
Photographer: Giuli & Giordi / Planning, Design, & DIY: Ila Malù & Trendinozze & Almalu’s Place / Ceremony Venue: Cascina Cuggagna / Reception Venue: Un Posto a Milano / Hair & Makeup: Giulia Rioda / Florals: Il Profumo Dei Fiori / Graphic Design, Invitations & Laser-cutting: Cut and Paste Lab / Tableau & Illustations: Ilaria Faccioli / Food: Offelleria Sorelle Fosser / Photo Booth: Giuli & Giordi & Ilaria Faccioli / Plates: Pamela Venturi / Bride’s Skirt: Vera Valentine / Bride’s Blouse & Bridesmaid Dresses: Lazzari / Paper Decor & Bride’s Headpiece: I Love Paper / Groom’s Shirt: Linneò Archivable Clothing / Little Girls’ Dresses: Caffè d’Orzo / Girl and Boys’ Outfits: Ragazzini / Girls Headpieces: Patamaga / Originally Photographed For: Say Yep online magazine / Confetti Piñata designed by Alessandra Aghilar