We’ve heard of couples loving beer so much that they brew their own batches for their wedding, or offer a carefully curated selection of craft brews to guests, but we’ve never heard of a couple loving it so much that they use ingredients in their floral arrangements. This is new to us, but we’re digging it. If you look at Taylor’s bridal bouquet closely you’ll see hop vines sitting pretty next to peach ranunculus. You’ll also see them in their centerpieces further down along with all their other pretty, colorful details captured by Sarah Joelle Photography.
So easy to get this look. Just dip any glass vessel or reused glass bottle into gold paint and voila, you have a glammed up vase that didn’t make you to break the bank.
The hops actually makes a pretty addition to the arrangements, no?
Taylor made this cute marquee sign for the wedding (admitting that it wasn’t the easiest of projects to do), but how cute is it? You can check out our past marquee DIY post to see how to make your own using various materials.
Photographer: Sarah Joelle Photography / Ceremony & Reception Venue: Mile High Station / Event Coordinator & Designer: Laura Hylton from Biscuits and Berries / Invitation Designer: bride used Vistaprint / Hair & Makeup: Katelynn Jackson from Planet Laboratories (hair) and MAC cosmetics (makeup) / Florist: Perfect Petal / Cake: Yours Truly bakery / Catering: Biscuits and Berries / Wedding Dress: Matthew Christopher from Little White Dress Shop / Veil or headpiece: made by bride’s mom / Groom’s Suit: Jos A Bank