When I was a bride planning my wedding, I wanted to hand-make as many things as I could for our big day. Not because we needed to financially, but because I wanted to have my heart and soul come through as much of the decor as possible. This of course did not mean we cut out any vendors. On the contrary, we hired just as many vendors for our wedding as we would have if I hadn’t done as many DIY projects.
Just because a bride chooses to DIY some of her wedding does not mean wedding vendors are losing business. I think this is a common misconception. And today’s Odessa Country Club wedding shows this beautifully.
Bride Holly handmade many of the details in her wedding to Jon including the invitations and programs, the “Mrs. Anders” hanger, the bridesmaid matching necklaces, the MR. & MRS. letters on their sweetheart table, the candy bar, the flower decorated ceremony cross, the arrangements down the aisle, and she hand painted quotes in frames throughout the reception. And on top of all the fantastic work she did, all the vendors listed below did an amazing job as well. Especially photographer Marcie Meredith Photography who shot these wonderful images for us to see.
Photographer: Marcie Meredith Photography // Caterer: Odessa Country Club // Floral Designer: Sherry G’s Flowers and Gifts // Reception Venue: Odessa Country Club // Dress Store: Davids Bridal // Cake Designer: Kat’s Bake Shop // DJ: Boyd’s Events // Ceremony Location: Crossroads Fellowship Church // Equipment Rentals: Un-forgetables // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Men’s Wearhouse // Bridesmaid Dresses: Neiman Marcus // Photo Booth Equipment: Boyd’s Events // Submission via Two Bright Lights
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