When you can't decide on two or three colors for your wedding day, why not choose all of them? Ron and Regina not only did just that for their can't get enough color wedding, but they stayed within a 15K budget too! Want to learn how? Keep scrolling to hear more from the bride about her wedding day vision and how they kept their costs low.
Don't forget, you can see even more of this fabulously colorful day, beautifully captured by Adrienne Lampe,when you stop by the full gallery. Trust us, there is so much to see!
Keep It Colorful & Low Cost
From the Bride: About 6 months before our planned wedding day (yes, 6 months! I know! haha), we took a look at our living room, our bedroom, all our clothes, all my shoes... then we realized, the easiest way for us to pull-off this wedding in such a short time and with our limited budget ($15,000) is to just follow our aesthetic and make it the best, most colorful, most festive day of our lives (at least for now). Thus, this fun, festive, color block-inspired wedding
It Helps To Know Creative People
Jei and I are very blessed to have wonderful and talented artist and musician friends, and we wanted to showcase their art in our wedding. Our friends made portraits of us and we put them on display by the gift table.
My friend from college, Nico, made the flower-wall backdrop for our ceremony and all the floral arrangements for our bouquets and the tables. All the dinnerware and silverware we used were disposable, to keep us within our budget and at the same time avoid any problems with regards to cleanup.
Music & Lyrics
Our wedding music was performed by our friends, from the string ensemble to the choir to the reception entertainment. Most of the music arrangements that were used by the choir and the string ensemble were also arranged for us by our friends.