April 17, 2012

Happy Turquoise Tuesday everyone! I’m so excited to share the adorable ‘high tea’ themed wedding of Jess + Elizabeth by the super talented JoPhoto! This wedding is overflowing with all kinds of handmade details and vintage loveliness… from the amazing seating cards to the hand-crafted jam favors, Elizabeth and her mother Leslie planned a proper tea celebration. Great advice from the bride below! turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo turquoise high tea wedding by Jo Photo What was the favorite part of your wedding day…? ****My favorite part of the day was the last ten minutes before I was to walk down the aisle. My best friends were surrounding me, just as excited as I was to be marrying Jess. I was crying happy tears and we were all giggly. I was so overwhelmed with emotion when my sister-to-be looked at me lovingly and my best friend held my hand. We all knew this was the best thing I could ever do!  ***What advice do you have for current brides….? We all hear (but don’t always listen to) “don’t sweat the small stuff.” We were planning to be married in a meadow by the creek. The day of, it turned into a swamp. The zipper on my going away dress split, the wind made everyone leave early, and the timeline was thrown out the window, but it was the PERFECT day! We were covered in love, support, and well wishes. In my mind, nothing could have gone wrong with that. Remember the important details.* top wedding blog {event credits} photographer: JoPhoto // caterer: Holly’s Eventful Dining // floral designer: Lisa Foster Floral Design Studio // wedding dress: White Lace & Promises {Elizabeth highly recommends them as her experience was fantastic} // linens and coverings: White Table // venue:  Smithview Pavilion & Event Center // submission via: Two Bright Lights


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daweddings
April 17, 2012

Reblogged this on desiredassistanceweddings.

Carrie
April 17, 2012

Your seating cards are magnificent. As a crafter, I know what went into making those and I love all the details. Gorgeous colors and photos.

    Jen | SomethingTurquoise
    April 17, 2012

    Carrie! I completely agree! It must have taken Elizabeth hours upon hours to create the seating cards... well worth it though! Just gorgeous!

yesmybride1
April 18, 2012

See a lot of blog, I absolutely love your blog. Great feeling!

Kristina - DJs-In-CT
April 18, 2012

Wow! Great wedding pictures! The bouquets are really lovely. Also, the bride is very beautiful in her stunning wedding gown. The venue is great! Thanks for sharing this post to us.