In our next feature, Chelsey Boatwright Photography and a group of talented Florida wedding vendors collaborate to show how stylish and chic an picnic style wedding can actually be. Whether it's on the beach or in the park, a picnic is one of everyone's favorite activities. Combine it with a wedding and a gourmet food truck and you have a serious show stopper on your hands.
Incorporating your wedding theme into a picnic style wedding is super easy, Desiree Dawn Events shows us how to throw a bohemian food truck wedding. Complete with picnic style seating. Be sure not miss the The Royal Coke Float recipe. There is so much more inspiration to see in the full gallery.
Old curtains, sheets, and scarves can be used to make fabric pockets for your wedding invites. Learn how to make your own stamp fabric pocket wedding invites by visiting this lovely tutorial on one of our favorite wedding stationery blogs oh so beautiful paper.
The Royal Coke Float:
2 shots Whiskey, Canadian (Crown Royal)
2 shots Schnapps, butterscotch
1 can Cola, vanilla (Coke)
2 pieces Cherries/Maraschinos
3 scoops Ice Cream, vanilla Top with Whipped cream Combine Crown Royal and butterscotch schnapps in a cocktail shaker with ice. Place ice cream in glass and strain alcohol from shaker over ice cream. Pour Vanilla Coke slowly over ice cream. Garnish with desired amount of whipped cream and cherries. Enjoy!
Event Designer: Desiree Dawn Events Venue: Quiet Waters Park Cake: Sandy's Scrapbooks Caterer: Curbside Gourmet Food Truck Dress Designer: Theia Dress from Bacio Bacio Bridal Salon Flowers: Millie V's Floral Design Groom's Attire: Khol's Jewelry: Target Shoe Designer: Anthropologie Stationery: Ten Lines Pica Veil or Hair Accessories: Jannie Baltzer Bridesmaid Dresses: Free People Flower Girl dress: Kostum Designs Groom & Groomsmen Bowties: Collared Greens & Southern Beaus Cake Pops: SavvyLicious Sweets I love You Banner: Made For Fun Makeup: Alessandra Egan-Wyer | Hair: Jessica Boatwright