Customizable Wedding Websites from Riley & Grey

Customizable Wedding Websites from Riley & Grey @weddingchicks

In order to streamline your wedding day it is a must to have a wedding website. A personalized wedding web site that organizes all your guests’ addresses, collects your RSVPS and of course offers amazing customer service. They should also offer custom domain names like to fully personalize your wedding website. You can have all of this and more with the ever so stylish and on-trend Riley & Grey.

Not only does Riley & Grey offer luxury limited edition wedding websites, they recently collaborated with Lucky Luxe to create wedding stationery, and a wedding website that match. Allowing your entire look to have a cohesive look and feel. All in an ultra romantic 18th century Toile design. You can see a sample layout of their NEW design here. Be sure to click here to get started with your polished wedding web site.

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Customizable Wedding Websites from Riley & Grey @weddingchicks

Toile letter press @weddingchicks
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Charming Rustic Fall Wedding

Danielle Coons Photography @weddingchicks

Stefy and Shawn’s really wanted to have a rustic barn wedding. They envisioned a day overflowing with personal touches. Of course that means lots and lots of DIY wedding projects.

So, prepare yourself for oddlesf lovely twine, burlap and lace DIY projects. You can see every last detail of this charming rustic fall wedding in the full gallery here.  Allcaptured by Danielle Coons Photography.

red barn inspired wedding stationery @weddingchicks

fall wedding ideas @weddingchicks

Orange and blue groom looks @weddingchicks

Let an outdoor venue do the work

The design theme for our invites came pretty quickly, since we were getting married in Pennsylvania in a barn setting, why not incorporate the Pennsylvania Dutch Hex artwork into our wedding. Hex art, if you’re not familiar with it, are those hand painted signs you typically see hung on the peaks of barns in Pennsylvania. For the ceremony itself, we decided long ago that we wanted to be married outside using the backdrop of our venue, and the fall colors do all the work for us. The site we site we chose was called the narrows at Fiddle Lake Farm. We picked up some potted mums and pumpkins to fill out the scene. Buying mums and pumpkins in October is not only super convenient, but also super cheap.

rustic fall wedding @weddingchicks

mr and mrs burlap bunting @weddingchicks

darling vintage getaway car @weddingchicks

vintage suitcases used to collect cards @weddingchicks

New Venue: Fiddle lake farm

As I had mentioned, Fiddle Lake Farm was a brand new venue, the day of our visit they were setting up for the second or third wedding ever held there. When we arrived we were greeted by Pam Benson with one of the most welcome and inviting smiles you’ll find. The barn itself is located on top of a hill with amazing views of all the surrounding mountains. There was a lot of positive energy abound, and we knew right away that this was the place. Funny thing happened that weekend, I saw pictures my neighbor posted on Facebook of a wedding they went to that weekend, and it was the wedding they were setting up at Fiddle Lake Farm during our visit! It seemed as if the stars were aligned and this little coincidence helped concrete our decision to have our wedding at Fiddle Lake Farm.

kraft paper tagas used as escort card display @weddingchicks

Rustic barn wedding venue in PA @weddingchicks


Using recycled wine bottles as wedding centerpieces is not only eco-friendly, but they really do look very cute. To add a little something something, you can wrap them in twine or burlap and lace. To learn exactly how to do that you click here to learn how to DIY yarn bottles.

diy yarn bottles

Rustic wedding reception ideas @weddingchicks

Rustic sweetheart table ideas @weddingchicks

Keep your food local and regional

After the venue, came the food. Here’s where we didn’t want to skip a beat. We knew most of our guests would be traveling a couple of hours to get to the venue, and we didn’t want to disappoint them with the same ol’ same ol’ wedding food. We wanted to put a real emphasis on the region, and what better way to do that than with great food, and drink. Since we were having a fall wedding, Kevin from 14 Acre Farm came up with a seasonal menu, with practically all the items coming right off of his farm, and the items he didn’t have, he sourced from other regional farms. Another big hit was dessert, we decided to forgo the wedding cake, and went with fresh baked pies, served ala mode with what else, locally made ice cream from Blue Ribbon Diary in Exeter, PA.

Guest Book Idea: Skateboard deck guest book @weddingchicks

wedding favors cabinet @weddingchicks

Simple pie table @weddingchicks

Fall wedding portrait ideas @weddingchicks

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Venue: Fiddle Lake Farm
Flowers: Four Leaf Clover
Caterer: 14 Acre Farm
Hair & Makup: Amber of Studio 511
Dress Designer: Allure Couture
Shoe Designer: Toms
Dj: Tommy King

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Colors: brown, green, orange, red, white, yellow
Styles: classic, rustic

Michelle Shannon | Byron Bay Wedding Celebrant

Michelle Shannon  Byron Bay Wedding Celebrant

Byron Bay Wedding Celebrant

Wedding Chicks Member: Michelle Shannon | Byron Bay Wedding Celebrant
Serving: Australia
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A few words from Michelle Shannon:
As a wedding celebrant I am blessed to meet so many loving and beautiful couples. Kiera and Peter touched my heart this year with their incredible love story. Living in such a gorgeous location as Byron Bay, Australia I meet couples from all over the world. My goal is to create the kind of wedding ceremony that you have always dreamt of. One that you and your guests will remember and cherish long after the day has passed.
Photo by Kate Knutt

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