Monday, May 9, 2011

{engagement party} country folk

Sarah + Flor’s engagement party is such a fun way to kick start this week.  This party is jam packed with DIY projects that I know you guys are going to love.  Keeping with the Country {folk} theme, glass jars and jugs were decorated with cloth fabric and buttons and the boutonnieres and bouquet were created from fabric, twine and yarn.
Their theme was “Something I can’t live without” where each guest would bring a gift for the bride and groom that signified something they couldn't live without.  For example, if you can’t live without sleep you would gift the couple with a sleeping bag. Guests went home with Tapatio sauce favors...
Their guestbook doubles as a photbooth too. Guests would snap a photo with a fuji mini instax poloroid and pin it on the board with a message to the couple. 
{Cake} AnnaCakes
{DIY Projects} CreativeJane 

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22 comments:

  1. i love this country chic session!! the patterns and colors and textures are great!!

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  2. Wow!! If this is the engagement party...what will the wedding be like?!! Love Sarah's braid too!

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  3. such a sweet engagement party with great details! definitely country chic!

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  4. Oh my gosh this might be the cutest engagement party I've ever seen! Love all the country details and the "what I can't live without" theme is a great idea.

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  5. Red and white checkered tablecloths are still one of my favorite summer decor:D They were used in just the right setting here. What a fun party!

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  6. We had so much fun at this Engagement Party! It was unlike any Engagement Party we've Photographed because it was jam-packed with creativity! CreativeJane did an awesome job with the DIY projects, she is your go-to-girl for sure! And Bella Bloom Floral Designs never fails to use her creative flare to its fullest. AnnaCakes' Sunflower Cake was soooo moist and delicious!!!!

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  7. This is so darling! What fun! It's the perfect inclination that summer is coming, too!

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  8. This is super cute, and I would be SO excited to get a Tapatio favor!

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  9. Oh man this is just too cute "y'all"! I am loving the button details and the gingham tablecloth. The cake with the raffia and sunflowers is just the bees knees. Can you imagine their wedding. It's going to be...dare I say it, Chris? BANANAS!!!

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  10. oh my word! too too darling! love all the cute details! especially that instax camera!

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  11. I'm soooo using that wheelbarrow cooler idea for my wedding!

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  12. oh i love this! I'm designing a Texas BBQ themed bridal shower in June and I know the bride and groom will love some of these ideas in this shoot! I love the idea of using a ball of twine to hold the markers!

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  13. I love, love, love this! All those red checkered tablecloths make my heart sing!

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  14. Oh my gosh I thought this was a WEDDING!! haha look at all the detail that went into making this party so perfect :) Love it Chris!

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  15. How is the wedding going to be if THIS IS the engagement party. I totally love it!! A-MA-ZING :)

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  16. this is so beyond cute i cannot get over it! "you are my diet coke"! aaah! in love!!!

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  17. Oh this is just too darling! What a wonderful way to start the week ;-)) I can only image what their wedding is going to be like with all the details that went into this engagement party! And I adore the theme too! I am a firm believer that if time and money allow, all couples should have an engagement party. It is a wonderful opportunity for everyone to meet, and get excited about the big day!

    xoxo
    kristi

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  18. Okay... I wanna go to an engagement party like this!! How fabulous!!

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