Tamara and Jeremy's wedding is the definition of hashtag adorable. There are so many details we are gushing over -from the mismatched pink bridesmaid dresses, to thee adorable burlap and lace centerpieces, not to mention the hanging Edison lights used to illuminate the evening reception. From start to finish the wedding day is #adoralbe.
There is so much more to see even more in the full gallery here. All captured by Let's Frolic Together . PS don't miss the budget break down below.
From Let's Frolic Together:Sometimes I can't handle the amount of adorableness at the weddings I shoot. This was one of those times. Jeremy and Tamara threw an absolutely delightful wedding at Bates Nut Farm so filled with rustic charm and sweet tenderness that I'm still all gushy. I loved their blush and pink colors, the quaint and lacy details, and all the creative DIY pieces they built for the big day.
Sweetheart Table Dilemma
From the Bride: Something we would have done differently is placing our sweetheart table in a different spot. We loved the location, right under a twinkly, lit up tree, but neglected to realize it was also right next to the food line. So because of the placement, we got a lot of our "hello's" done during the time we were supposed to be eating. I ate one bite of my food!
Read on to see how much this hashtag adorable pink wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.
Here is an approx. of what we spent :
-Dress w/accessories $1600
-Dress alterations $450
-Bridesmaid Dresses $30-$60 at Modcloth.com
-Flowergirl Dresses $50-$60 at Etsy.com
-Suit Rentals $400
-Wine Glass Rentals $100
-Chair Rentals $200 (Bates Nut Farm provides seating for up to 150 people. We had 215 guests so had to get extra)
My friend made our smore's wedding cake, and my dad built our arbor, giant jenga, seating chart frames, and drink holder. We also collected various jars throughout our 11 month engagement, which my husband & I decorated. Those were our centerpieces. My mother in law handmade our napkins, bunting, & the small bunting on our cake. All decor, and various materials were purchased at Michaels, Jo-Anne's Fabrics, and Home Goods.