This elegant and vintage inspired wedding was full of family heirlooms and sentimental details! Almost all of the reception decor was created from the Bride's Grandmother's antique copper & glass pieces as well as lace tablecloths. The venue and the decor fit like a glove making for a seamless and timeless wedding day.
From the Bride:
"My inspiration for decorating the reception came from my engagement ring. This family ring is a hundred years old and it is timeless. I have been enamored with my grandmas antiques all of my life so we decided to look at what we already had in our family for decorating. We used grandmas copper pieces for centerpieces on the head table and her cut glass for the rest of the tables. We used our families lace overlays of all shapes and sizes on top of the tablecloths. I also found my favorite antique Haviland Limoges China pattern and worked with a local jewelry artist to make necklaces for my bridesmaids from the china.
Ian wore his great grandpa's pocket-watch. His parents had it restored. We also received a gift from a family friend, her mothers antique wedding Bible and she knew we would treasure it.
A family friend also took my grandpa's handkerchiefs and stitched keepsake pillows. I took one of these down the isle with me so that I would have a piece of him there too."