The Little Details – II

Here is round 2 or our wedding projects!

Our programs were inspired by Cyd’s cute little booklet programs (I even had the same corner punch from when we did our save the dates! Hope that’s not too weird, Cyd…). I loved how mini they were so I made little 4.25″x 5.5″ booklets for our programs, printed all here at home on our printer.

Programs In Progress

Slicing and dicing…

Programs In Progress 2

Folding…

Programs Complete

The finished product!

Another project I broke out the paper cutter for was our table numbers. I had some left over envelope lining paper so i used that as the background and then glue-sticked (glue-stuck?) the numbers on.

Table Numbers

My sister, and MOH, Caroline, needs to open up her own Etsy shop. She did such a wonderful job with the bridesmaids’ jewelry: aqua pearl bracelet for herself, blue drop earrings and a blue lariat necklace for the other two bridesmaids. Pardon the beautiful blue printed paper towel in the background…

Bridesmaids Jewelry

And some stalker photos from facebook to go with it…

Julie’s lariat necklace:

Blue Lariat Necklace

Megan’s earrings:

Megan blue drop earrings

No good action photos of Caroline’s bracelet, but it certainly looked cute on her.

{all photos from author’s private collection}

Speaking of how ridiculously talented my sister is, I wanted to include one of the photos that she took from the wedding as well.

ChristenWedding1

Can you believe she is only 18? Starting school in Minnesota this fall for art education and photography. She actually is booked for her first wedding next year. Can’t wait to see how those turn out.

The last photo of hers I’ll share is one of my favorite from the end of the night… a very happy, teary-eyed bride, and four-legged best friend.

Christen and Nala

Was anyone else lucky enough to have a family member or close friend offer up their talents in order to help out in a big way for their wedding?