Soft lavenders and plush pinks are accented with shining pops of gold in this pink and purple cup of tea wedding, that we cannot get enough of. The romance and warmth of this couples love is passed along to all of their guests via an adorable tea theme.
We can't wait to show you all of the fabulous images from Royce Sihlis Photography! You can find them all in the full gallery here and don't miss the budget tips from the bride below.
Intimate Orchard Wedding
From the Bride: Boe and I are both super romantic people, so naturally we wanted our wedding to fully represent us and our love for each other. Every detail and moment helped celebrate our love. We picked a beautiful orchard for our venue and invited only our closest friends and family to help us celebrate the new chapter in our lives that we were about to start.
Unplug Your Wedding
I strongly recommend having an unplugged wedding! Trust me, the first pictures that show up on social media are ones that you/your photographer will want to choose! The bonus is everyone is present during the ceremony and no one gets in the way of a crucial shot, such as the first kiss.
Stop & Savor The Moment
The only thing I wish I did would have been to take few minutes for myself before I left the house take in how I looked (you don't really have another chance to look in a mirror after you leave to the ceremony!). This would have also allowed more time for me to reflect on all the wonderful emotions I was feeling before I would become a wife.
To get a closer look at this pink and purple cup of tea wedding check out the wedding film BR Films created below!
Keep reading to get a few budgeting tips from the Bride of this pink and purple cup of tea wedding and learn what her four biggest investments were for her special day!
Our wedding day budget was $30,000. Our wedding planner, Nicole from Created Lovely Events, was a huge help with keeping us in budget and saving us money. She had an excel budgeting sheet for us and we used it every time we made a deposit or a purchase. Do not get behind on updating your budget sheet if you want to stick to your budget or you will lose track of how much you have spent. Also, almost all of our deposits had to be made via email money transfer so it is important to start saving early!
Our wedding planner, photographer, videographer and flowers(our main decor element) were the 4 biggest investments we made.