Orange gerber daises, flowy long gray bridesmaid dresses and handcrafted table decor - all things you will find and Chelsea and Daniel's Ontario handcrafted wedding.
All photographed by Ontario, Canada wedding photographers Jono & Laynie at Timber Run Golf Course. You must read on to hear their exact budget breakdown and check out some fabulous handmade rustic centerpieces, and one super fun wedding game. As always, see more from this Ontario handcrafted wedding in the full gallery here.
Notes from the Bride on what she would done differently:If I could go back and do it again, I think the only thing I would change would be to have everything done for me the morning of the wedding. I left a lot up to myself to do, for example, I picked up the flowers, I drove myself and the bridesmaids to do our hair, I did my own make-up.. Stuff like that. I found that to be quite stressful!
About this Ontario wedding venue: Timber Run Golf Course is a full service Banquet Hall ideal for weddings, receptions, conferences and of course golfing. They can accommodate 230 plus people for dinner with additional space upstairs.
From the Bride:I picked this venue because me and Daniel wanted something rustic, and I fell in love with the timber frame, and huge fireplace! It was so beautiful, and the golf course was so nice to take pictures on. We loved the people there as well! The wedding coordinator was amazing, and she helped us out so much finding the cheapest way to do things and she was very accommodating to our needs.
With a handmade giant die, Daniel and Chelsea played The Rye-Die game at their wedding. Someone would toss the giant die and the bride and groom would kiss, sing or do something silly. A great way to entertain your guests and have fun at the wedding.
Read on to see how much this Ontario handcrafted 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.
My budget was quite low, I got a lot of ideas off of Pinterest and DIY sites.
Venue: $4,700 (facility rental, buffet catering and desert service, head table service, ceremony hall and reception hall, appetizers in between ceremony and reception, assistance of a wedding coordinator, set up of decor, golf cart and course to take pictures, table linen)
Cake: $80 (friend and wedding cake maker)
Table Chart: $20
Invitations and Programs: $150
Other Decorations: $200
Make-Up: $40 (Did it myself)
Photography: $2,200 value (We won their free photography contest!!)