After yesterday’s colorful Fall wedding inspiration, and now this vintage and rustic pink wedding that I have for you all today, I think you may be on gorgeous overload! Impossible? Yep, I agree! With shades of pale pink and peach, a mixture of a vintage and rustic styles, and photography by J. Layne Photography, you really can’t go wrong…
From the Bride, Gabi:
“From the beginning, I always wanted a small intimate wedding. I went back and forth with the size of the wedding and finally decided on having our closest family and friends. It was hard choosing in the end but wonderful to have the small intimate feeling. We love being outside and decided to have our wedding at Rivertown on the river surrounded by beautiful trees.”
“I would describe our wedding as a touch of vintage and rustic with pastel soft colors. I spent a lot of time on Pinterest gathering many ideas. Once I put those ideas together, I went to work looking around at many discount and antique stores. There were also a LOT of DIY projects. The linen runners were sewn by my mom. My husband and I stained all the wooden crate boxes. Invitations were a DIY kit put together by my mother in law, husband, and I. All flowers & bouquets/boutonnieres, were put together by my stepmom and the help of my dad and sisters. Even our friends pitched in and helped make fans and our photo booth.”
“My advice for any new bride is this…As hard as it is, always make your wedding day about you and your future hubby. It’s easy to get wrapped up in the stressfulness of wedding planning and pleasing others and listening to all of their opinions. It’s important to sit back and relax and remember the importance of your wedding day- you and your future husband. Always make it about you two- do what you want in the end! :)”
I couldn’t agree more with Gabi’s advice! A big thank you to J. Layne Photography for sharing this wedding and their beautiful work with us!
So are you on gorgeous overload yet? ;) I love pink and peach together- you can never go wrong with that combination! Are any of you using pink or peach as your wedding colors?