Who is looking for some peach and mint wedding inspiration for their up and coming spring wedding? You are in luck because we have one heck of a peach and mint rustic wedding to share with you. All held at the Oklahoma wedding venue, Wings Event Center. As you soon will see, a picturesque wedding venue for your outdoor celebration.
Re-plant your Succulents
Replanting succulents from cake toppers and boutonnieres: Jillian opted to replant her succulents that had been used in the cake and the men’s boutonnieres. Succulents are extremely hardy and easy to regrow, so she grabbed some old candle glasses and replanted them.
To replant cut succulents you will need to remove some of the bottom leaves until a half inch of the stem is exposed. Also, remove and flowers, the plant will need all of it’s energy to grow! Prepare your soil for the plants then gently push the stems of the succulents down into the soil. Make sure each plant has plenty of room (approx. one inch between plants). The bottom leaves that you remove can also be planted if they are firm, just push the cut end into the soil. Make sure to keep the soil moist and hope for new growth will occur in 4 to 6 weeks.
DIY cake topper and stands
Jillian is a crafting guru. She noticed that Etsy had a lot of beautiful cake toppers for sale, but she was unwilling to pay the price for a topper that would most likely get tossed. So she grabbed some unfinished wooden pieces from Hobby Lobby, glued them together, painted them and voila. His and Hers cake toppers! They used cut wood from trees as cake stands and old frames refashioned and repainted to match their colors. They hung mason jars with tea lights in them around their reception area.
Don’t hesitate to catch all the details in motion here, video by Vanderburg Creative.
Keep reading to see a beautiful speech given by the Matron of Honor, it may give some cute ideas to all of you lovely ladies preparing a speech for the groom to be!