Orange and mint is such a fun and fresh color combination, perfect for a summer wedding! It looks adorable in today’s DIY picnic wedding. I love the bride’s effortless braided hair and the fab chevron sheet cakes!
When we first got engaged, we talked about the type and size of wedding that we wanted, the first thing we both said was “casual and laid back”. The ideal wedding and reception for us was being able to relax, and have a nice time hanging out with friends and family. With that picture in mind, my sister and I sat down and picked the colors, I knew I wanted a marigold/creamcicle orange (my favorite color) so Carol helped me pick colors that complimented that well without being too overwhelming (mint green and light tan).
After I settled on the location (La Entrada park) I focused on decor. I will admit, Pinterest was a lifesaver. I found so many little details that I was able to personalize and make our own, that I never would have thought of on my own. The best style to describe the decor for our wedding would be something like a mix of antique/rustic/picnic feel. All the decor I either made myself by modge-podging dollar store jars and glasses to be different colors, or I found at local thrift and consignment stores in Corrales.
One of my favorite details was finding antique handkerchiefs to give to each bridesmaid to hold with their bouquets, this was special because it matched what I was using as my “Something Old” my great grandmothers handkerchief, which was attahced to my bouqet as well. I had so much help from friends and family the weel of the wedding putting everything together, finishing last minute crafts projects that came up, it really made the whole process extra special and personalized. There was not one thing the day of that I had not planned with friends or family, seeing it all in real life as opposed to just the picture I had in my head was way more awesome that I could ever have imagined it to be.
Photography | Searching for the Light Photography | Venue | La Entrada Park | Florist | Melbas Flowers & Spice | Catering | Rudy’s BBQ | Baker | Kendra Hein | Gown | Jacquelyn Maxwell Designs | Bride Shoes | Seychelles | Rentals | Classic Party Rentals | Videographer | David Ferry
I have had a few people lately ask me about the fonts I use here on Glamour & Grace, so today I have gathered a list of my favorite ones! Since starting the blog, I have become a self proclaimed font addict and I have a confession to make: I have never paid for a single font. I have over 500 fonts on my computer and they were all freebies! There are certainly some amazing fonts out there that you can pay for, but I have always found a free one that will do the job just as well. So here they are: 60 of my all time favorite FREE fonts! I hope you see a few of your choice fonts, as well as find some new ones to love!
A beautiful location always makes a photo shoot. The stunning Canadian riverside is the scene for today’s shoot, and I don’t think it could be more breath-taking. Chelsea Dawn Photography & Makeup Artist styled this bridal session after finding this amazing 1900′s wedding gown. The antler veil would definitely be for an adventurous bride wanting something unique and is a great example of choosing accessories that are a fit not only with your gown, but your personality.