our wedding : sources
to wrap up the entire week of wedding posts, i thought it would be fun + helpful (?) to share the sources of everything.
our custom cocktail napkins were printed by for your party, they were sooo helpful when i called multiple times to ask questions and make changes. and they even helped us save on the napkins using the same top image and typing in the facts themselves. and YES. both of our names are in lyrics on the white album! clearly it’s meant to be.
for the aisle, we bought all of the kilim runners on ebay : just search for kilim or turkish rug and set your price max! we found all of our rugs pretty inexpensive and decided we’d sell them afterwards. but we haven’t. they’ll go in our future house as our wedding rugs.
the macrame dreamcatcher was made by our lovely wedding coordinator, ashley of mein schatz.
the tolix chairs were a BIG argument with my mom, she was freaking out for weeks that they’d be too hot in the sun. luckily they were fine. we rented them from signature party rentals.
i decided to wear sandals because i decided to be me for the wedding. they’re sold out now, but they were from asos (which is the most helpful because i could just search for blue, green)
my dress was by martina liana, i bought it at lovella bridal in glendale. my flower crown was from amorebride on etsy.
the bridesmaids gifts were custom matching robes that i bought here (which was sooo helpful because two of my bridesmaids are 6 ft tall and i’m 5’1″, so i had them all made for our varying heights)
gideons suit was from shades of grey, which is such a nice linen suit for how cheap it was.
the groomsmens suits were bought at some LA suit store downtown for $100 each, they’ll probably never wear them again but they were cheap!
i picked the color and let the bridesmaids pick out their own dresses. (left to right : from shopbop, forever 21, and zara)
the junior bridesmaids and flower girls also wore different dresses in the same color. (from left to right : nordstrom, etsy, free people) and the etsy shop where i bought their flower crowns from is closed, but you can find faux babys breath crowns for under $15 a piece.
we bought half a dozen mexican blankets to scatter around the wedding (we also used them for my bridal shower). i bought them for $20 a piece on olvera street online, but you can also find them by searching mexican yoga blanket.
and lastly, i can’t remember where we got the parasols — but these are them maybe?
the basket is from west elm, but i’ve had it for years. (similar)
ok, i hope this was kind of fun for you guys. let me know if there’s anything i missed and have a great weekend!
Your wedding is such a dream!!
Thank you so much for sharing so many photos and projects from your wedding. It looked absolutely breath-taking though I know it was such a massive labor of love. Simply beautiful!
That macrame dreamcatcher is amazing. You had one awesome wedding coordinator! Overall, love the style of your wedding 🙂
you make a very creative, unique and beautiful affair sound like it was pretty easy (sort of like olympic ice skating, amirite??). brava!
How wide were your white dinner tables, do you remember? We have the options of 48″ and 30″ and I am thinking 48″ sounds too white and 30″ sounds too narrow. Curious what yours were!
I know this is waaaay late but wanted to ask–what lip color are you wearing??
How or who made your signs?
would love to know what a good price is for rugs like those! thanks!
I LOVE your wedding and all of the DIY elements! I am hoping to do many DIY’s for our wedding as well. I am very interested in the air-plant boutineers – can you tell me how far in advance from the wedding you assembled these?
Thank you so!