My Aunt Cathy helped my mom and me make homemade jellies, and of course we had to come up corny but cute sayings to put on the labels. (Also thanks to Jacquie and Nicole for helping them look SO CUTE!)
The backdrop from the ceremony was more beautiful than I could have hoped for. I love the curly willow branches.
This old hutch was in my Grandpa's shed and my mom fixed it and cleaned it up to help us showcase the wedding pics of our relatives who couldn't be with us.
June in Oklahoma, the fan programs I ordered off of Etsy.com helped provide a light breeze.
I carried a hankie my Granny Joyce gave me as a keepsake several years ago
Daddy's cowboy hat
Spencer and Anna Beth.
I made this pillow and bought a plain white Easter basket from Micheal's to create my own unique, matching ring pillow and flower-girl basket. I used burlap and crocheted lace.
A view of a country wedding from the back
One of my favorite pictures
I was determined to have AMAZING shoes. I stand 5'9" tall, but my Groom was 6' 5", so I was able to wear these 4" heels that I purchased from www.zappos.com! I ordered 4 different pairs of shoes and was able to return the other 3 free. Gotta love Zappos!
I found these little burlap handbags at Hobby Lobby and added my own little little flair to give the bridesmaids matching bags.
I made the jewelry for the bridesmaids and flower girls... I will say, it was really challenging. I'm the most picky costomer I've ever had! But I think it worked.
Anne (with and "e") and Gilbert
The whole theme was very much inspired by this movie series. I had wanted to be Anne of Green Gables since the 2nd grade...