The Good Ol' Trolley Barn. Great, casual place to have a wedding/reception. Andrea chose this location because she wanted a laid back, have fun atmosphere.
I was pleased with this location and even more pleased with the arrival of this little fellow when I was setting up the wedding! Nothing spells good luck like a ladybug landing on your bouquet!
The aisle was very simply dressed with green wraps on the end chairs. A very budget-friendly yet neat and clever idea. These chairs were then repurposed for the reserved tables.
Andrea and her mother searched flea markets for these cute vintage hankies.
Andreas's dress is one of my all time favorites. So simple, elegant, comfortable and a tiny bit sexy!
She requested a little photo frame charm of her doggie to be attached to her bouquet!
The blue hydrangeas and small sunflowers complemented the linen green dresses of the bridesmaids.
The groom's boutonniere of daisy, cornflower and tiny scabiosa buds wrapped with wire.
And yes, there was a bagpiper.
Guests were directed to their tables via hang tags identified with different European castles.
The soy candles, the napkin rings and the table identifier frames were all made by Andrea or her mom!
A clever and simple, yet thoughtful detail.
Some tables had floating cornflower, sunflower and daisies.
Others had submerged sunflowers and hydrangea. The water presence helped give a bit of a "cooling" atmosphere to the warm summer evening.
Andrea and her cute grandparents!