Happy Friday everyone! Last Friday, was a sunny and beautiful day to celebrate one of very own, Emily and her now husband, Trey’s wedding. It was such a spectacular event full of charm and whimsy that we just had to share it with you.
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The evening ceremony was attended by the couple’s closest friends, family and coworkers at the Stonehouse Villa in Driftwood, TX. Every detail of the wedding was truly indicative of the couple’s tastes. From the décor, food served, drink menu, and music played all painted the story of Emily and Trey. All of the personal touches the couple included in their wedding is what really made the event so memorable and special.
Below is a picture of the whole Heather Scott team with the newlywed couple.
Anyone that knows Emily knows that she has an eye for detail and a love for crafting/DIY projects. Her wedding was the perfect example of how the smallest details can have a major impact. The couple’s decor showcased their personality and to the already perfectly picturesque venue.
Emily selected an array of flowers that includes white, pale blush and succulents to be included in her bouquet as well as the centerpieces for the tables. In true DIY fashion, the couple collected jars and glasses over the past year and painted them white with milk paint. Then, the morning of the wedding with help of her bridesmaids she made custom centerpieces for each table and to line the aisle she would walk down. Here are some of the ‘DIYs’ that made the entire wedding look like a dream.
Painted Jars Along the Aisle
Each table at the reception was adorned with painted jars of all shapes and sizes. Each name tag was hand-stamped and handwritten for the wedding guests.
Emily also made to sure to include hand-written signs throughout the venue. Each sign was hand-written by another one of our talented team members, Sarah Kirsch. She hand wrote the Save-the-Dates, Invitations, Seating Board, and all the Menus. All of the wood plank boards were stained by Emily and Trey to match the rustic charm of the venue.
Not only were most of the decor items hand-made by some of Emily and her close friends, she also utilized Etsy shops for other signage, table markers, and her cake topper.
Bride and Groom Chairs by ‘When Beauty Met Truth’ Etsy Shop
As you can tell by the photos alone, the evening was the perfect night for a deserving couple. Everything was simply stunning and delicious! Great style isn’t just for a home. We encourage you to incorporate your style into events and parties as well!
Thank you to Emily and Trey for letting us share their special day. Also, another special thank you to One 29 Photography for letting us share all of the wedding day photos.
We hope our post inspires your own DIY creativity. We wish the newlywed couple, Trey and Emily Ward, a lifetime of happiness. Cheers!