A Very Creative Mother of the Bride

 This is Elizabeth.  She and Paul were married this past September at the Decatur United Methodist Chapel with a reception at The Houston Mill House.

Elizabeth is a very lucky bride in that she and her mom worked together to create some very beautiful details for her wedding day.
 Suzanne, mother-of-the-bride, made the lovely vintage card collector featured here.

She also brought an old chair to the church in order to get some pretty shots of the bouquet.  Elizabeth's bouquet was a collection of pinks, purples and whites - hydrangea, lisianthus, lavender roses, hypericum berries, stock and freesia.

Suzanne also created this sweet vintage inspired guestbook as well as the "mr" and "mrs" signs for the back of the bride and groom's chairs.

She also put together the wedding programs and handmade every single one of the escort cards!

The escort cards were then hung on a vintage garden gate.  These escort cards would have been sufficient as wedding favors, however Elizabeth is known for her delicious white chocolate dipped pretzels.  Each guest received their very own pretty little package of them.  Elizabeth dipped over 900 pretzels!

The photos featured here are courtesy of Suzanne (and a family friend).  You can follow her creative endeavors here.

It's a pleasure to work with individuals who really care about the details.