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And then here to see the wedding in all of its yellow, papaya red and coral glory!
The sewing for this reception was by far the most fun. Yard after yard of fabric (good upholstery fabric no less) went into runners, pillows, and accents. Heaven. It was a very modern and elegant wedding with the bride handling an impressive amount of the DIY projects.
The entrance table when you entered Greystone featured a vase covered in her signature fabric. The florist, Tulip, was wonderful to work with!
(Note UGA Hairy Dawg in the background. He showed up for dancing, pictures,
and to remind everyone what school rules!
Mandy had some frames on hand that mimicked the yellow fabric and so we utilized those.
Here on the gift table.
Even the outside patios got a little fabric accent with these squares.
Adjacent to the dance floor, window seats provided extra seating.
I sewed all the pillows using the yellow signature fabric and a floral one.
Two pillows, using a coral shade of cotton, sported their B monogram.
I enlarged the monogram on the copier, cut it out and then traced it onto the fabric.
Used acrylic paint mixed in a lovely ivory shade with fabric medium.
Such a great keepsake . . . pillows.
For the runners on the small tables in front of the window seats, I created geometric ends (to mirror the geometric pattern on the fabric). There's not a picture here, but the giant runner I made for the food table is in her yellow signature fabric. The ends of that runner was the same but instead of square shapes they were circular (again, to match the pattern on the fabric).
I've never used the below birdcage for any event.
But it was made for this one, as the clover shape in the lattice matches the yellow fabric pattern!
The florist filled the feeders on each side with flowers. So pretty.
It held all the envelope gifts.
The cookie table had a papaya runner, and the cookie jars (straight from Walmart) boasted cardstock signage on floral fabric that I Mod Podged to the glass.
All photography courtesy of Ali Harper Photography!