Brides: if you’re planning a vintage fall wedding, prepare to be inspired! When Jennie and Kyle planned their fall wedding, they wanted a romantic, vintage wedding with rustic charm. As Jennie went into a “planning frenzy”, she came up short. Armed with her sewing machine and creativity, Jennie became a self-professed DIY bride and did it all to bring her vintage wedding to fruition. She made wedding invitations, the ring bearer pillow, the flower girl baskets, table runners… you name it, she made it. As a result, Jennie found her true passion. Today, Jennie successfully helps other brides on their quest for handmade, personal touches through her shop, Duryea Place Designs. We are proud to call Jennie a Featured Artisan at Emmaline Bride in the Handmade Wedding Shop and you’ve definitely seen her work featured here in the past. Now, relive Jennie and Kyle’s beautiful vintage fall wedding, captured by Crista of Fusion Productions…
Vintage Fall Wedding
What a perfect fall wedding day: the sun is shining, the leaves are freshly fallen, and the bride, groom, and entire wedding party are grinning from ear to ear. (Pretty bridesmaid dresses, too! I love the shade of purple on those dresses.)
Check out this super adorable duo: the ring bearer and flower girl! I love the ring bearer’s “here comes the bride” sign. Cute touch!
After the ceremony, guests blew bubbles for a grand exit; more photos were snapped of the wedding party, the newlyweds, and everyone made their way to the reception.
Check out a few of the handmade details from the reception:
The bride and groom had their first dance, followed by the dance with the bride and her father, as well as the groom and his mother.
To top off the perfect fall wedding, the couple took a beautiful silhouette shot with a sunset backdrop.
Congrats, you two! Brides: be sure to check out Duryea Place Designs for handmade accessories for your big day! We’ve had the pleasure of working with Jennie and she’s a total sweetheart.
Photos by Crista of Fusion Productions. All rights reserved.
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