Ginny & Ed II: The Details

Oh the details!! Where do I even begin with all of the fabulous details from this wedding? I suppose I will start at the proverbial beginning with the telegram-style wedding invitations created by Greenwich Letterpress.

Ginny's gorgeous bouquet and all of the florals were from Gloriosa.

Guests were asked to wear "20's themed attire" and when they arrived, there were hats available for them men and hand made feather headbands for the ladies. We placed a heart-shaped fan {with the bride and groom's names and wedding date} and freeze-dried rose petals to toss at the couple after the ceremony on each guests chair.

Ginny and Ed had their guests sign in on swatches of fabric that would later be made into a quilt. We also displayed family wedding photos on the guest book table.

Guests enjoyed the open space of the Pavilion that had lanterns strung throughout and casual wooden tables adorned with flowers in various vintage containers. The stations-style dinner, also provided by Gloriosa, included Southern favorites. Cupcakes and a hilarious "Bleeding Armadillo" red velvet cake {from the movie Steel Magnolias} were served for dessert.

Again, thank you to Josh Goleman for these images!

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