Rustic French ~ A Nature Museum Wedding

by Natalie

As I sit here listening to Edith Piaf (writing inspiration galore) I am bursting with excitement to bring you the magnifique details of our wedding this past Saturday.  One part French, one part rustic, 2 parts  nature-inspired, and two sprinkles of sweet, this wedding was packed with lovey goodness.

I wish I could bottle scents in a blog post because these bouquets were straight from the heavens above, exuding pure and intoxicating garden rose, light and relaxing lavender, and spicy-sweet stock. 

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The bridesmaids carried more colorful bouquets tied with textural twine in un petit bow.

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From the groom’s ivory dahlia and lavender boutonniere to the groomsmen and usher golden craspedia, spray rose, and fern boutonnieres, each lapel of the bridal party was dotted by a dash of charm.

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Guests were greeted by a tall birch wrapped vase holding hydrangea, craspedia, and hanging votives and they were directed to the evening’s events by our adorable hand-painted sign post.

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Guests flocked to their little bird place cards hanging from our lovely birch pole display.

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Dinner tables were topped by sweet collections of summer blooms in two varying designs, using a mason jar and candle collection and alternating tables of lantern lit, birch boxed gardens.

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Our hand-painted table numbers were tied on to mason jars and tucked into the mossy, ferny foliage, perfectly complimenting the natural décor without distracting from the centerpieces.

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We followed suit with the sweetest sweet heart table ever, going straight to heart city with their table number and coordinating bride and groom signs.  I had a total blast painting these cute little accents. 

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I like to think everyone there could feel all the love we put into the flowers and décor which we created with extra-special TLC for this ultra-personalized wedding.

We had such a great time, as always,  working with Mary at The Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum and want to especially thank the fun-loving Kelly from Clementine Custom Events for asking us to be a part of this enchanted evening.

We wish these two lovebirds butterfly kisses for years to come!

xoxo, HD


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