You might remember cuties, Tiffany and Sean, from their engagement session at the Old Dairy Farm in Savannah. Their wedding at the Georgia State Railroad Museum was one of my favorites from 2014 so I’m super excited to finally share it with you. Tiffany is an artist and a maker so get ready for lots of thoughtful DIY goodness!
Tiffany made these little guys to go on top of her cake – but I couldn’t resist using them for the most adorable ring shot ever.
I’ve been a fan of Betsey Johnson since forever, so I squealed in delight when I saw her bejeweled Betsey flats.
Tiffany loves kitties. Like, a lot. So naturally she found the cutest kitty ribbon ever to tie around her bouquet. She’s just cool like that.
Tiffany & Sean chose to do a “First Look,” which I love – we used an area near SCAD which proved to be both meaningful and pretty!
Tiffany hand made and hand stitched each and every one of her invitations – a labor of love that paid off!
Guests enjoyed handmade pillows on the benches to keep them bottoms comfy during the ceremony.
Tiffany even handmade her reception bow and added a crocheted kitty to the center. Adorable. (Sean thought so too)
I love the wildflower look for reception tables – so much easier to collect vessels and fill with loose stems than to build fussy arrangements, don’t you think?
Sean made homemade jams so that guests could enjoy a biscuit bar during cocktail hour – the sweet little jars served double as a parting gift.
The delicious cakes were lovingly made by the bride’s mother.
And the cakes were supplemented with Byrd’s cookies and other local sweets.
Leopold’s was on hand for a late night snack = pretty much the best crowd pleaser!
Wedding planning & dress boutique: Ivory & Beau
Custom gown: Faith Thornburg
Florals: A to Zinnias
Rentals: Amazing Event Rentals
Ceremony balloons: Art Pop Balloons
Vintage Furniture: Everthine Vintage
Antique China: Fancy Plates
Hair & Makeup: Michelle Royal
Caterer: Sandfly BBQ
Band: Jeff Beasley Band