Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

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Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

It might surprise you to find out that our next feature is entirely staged, and is actually an un-wedding. Utah wedding vendors Peter Loves Jane and Ella Bella Floral & Event Planning came up with the idea to host an event that had all the elements of a wedding, but was not really a wedding at all. An affair to inspire brides, let vendors show off their talents and basically host the wedding of their dreams.
With a plethora of vendors including five photographers, there is plenty of eye-candy to check out. Tons of peach florals, fancy cakes and diy projects that we know you will love. You can see more vintage garden peach wedding ideas in the full gallery, or check out the actual digital magazine here. Read on to here more of the juicy details on this un-wedding.

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

During our real brainstorming sessions, we realized that we were going to have a tough time narrowing down our ideas into a single event concept, so we decided to pass the decision on to our blog readers. First, we collected a number of style boards, uploaded them to our blog, and asked our readers to vote for their favorite. It was close race for a number of days, and the garden style board pulled ahead at the literal last minute. With vintage style board being such a close second, we opted to let vintage styling influence our garden wedding. Next, we collected some of our favorite color inspiration boards and put them up for voting. Not surprising the colors of nudes, blush and peach hues won by landslide.

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

The wooden crates that we stacked on the sides of the draperies were also very inexpensive, easy and added that earthy element to our garden style wedding. We found those at local antique stores for less than $10 each. We stacked them and put flowers and photos of the couple on them. I love that they can be re-purposed after the wedding. They can become wall-mounted shelves, end tables, a coffee table; the possibilities are as endless as your imagination or what you can find on Pinterest!

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

One of my favorite features of this wedding was the pallet stage. It was about as inexpensive and easy as could be. I purchased the pallets from a local pallet building company (I wanted to make sure they were sturdy and not falling apart) for $3 each. To assemble the stage, we simply laid 4 of them on top of a section of felt on the floor and then stacked 2 more on the center seam. We secured them with screws for peace of mind, but I'm sure they would have stayed together fine without. The company even refunded my money when I returned them, so it really cost me nothing.

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

A currently popular DIY element is the lace lanterns. The lanterns are made by overlapping lace doilies on an inflated balloon and brushing fabric stiffener (or wallpaper glue, or even white glue) onto the doilies. Be sure to cover it completely so that the whole thing hardens and you aren't left with limp spots. Let the doilies dry overnight to ensure that they are completely dry. The last step is to pop the balloon and pull it out of the opening. The lanterns can be hung with a ribbon or fishing line draped with strands of beads, as was done in our event.

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Vintage Garden Peach Wedding Ideas

Photographer: Aya Photography | Cascio Photography | Casey McFarland | Jessica's Photography | Oakstream Photography
Event Design: Peter Loves Jane |Ella Bella Floral & Event Planning
Wedding Planning and Design: White Ginger Events
Venue: The Riter Mansion
Makeup & Hair: Carrie Purser Makeup and Hair Artistry |Serendipity| Valhalla Salon & Spa
Cake/Desserts: The Graceful Baker | Cakes by Julie
Caterer: Hamilton's Off Premise
Cinematography: Ballam Films
Dress Designer: Petals and Promises
Floral Design: Ella Bella Floral & Event Planning |Dahlia Event Planning |Beautiful Blooms |Sego |White Ginger Events
Groom's Attire: Men's Wearhouse
Jewelry: The Diamond Gallery | Jerrick's Fine Jewelry
Stationery: Peter Loves Jane
Veil or Hair Accessories: Petals and Promises
Prop or Furniture Rentals: Ella Bella | Embellish the Moment | Sego
Photo booth: Simply the Best Photobooth
Facials, Spray Tans & Teeth Whitening: P.S. {posh skin} |Glo Mobile TanningFirst Dance Choreography: Freestyle Dance Company
Bridesmaid Dresses: Dillards | Ruche
Invitation: Kara's Koncepts
Linens & Chairs: Red Poppy Linens & Chairs

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