Talk about some pretty details! Ling+John Michael tied the knot Memorial Day weekend in Southwest Michiga, at the always lovely Millcreek Barns. Their wedding was filled with details and vintage charm, and captured beautifully by Lamb+Lark Photography.
The bride collected a myriad of vintage items from a friends antique store—everything from vintage crates and books to assorted glassware, watering cans, suitcases, old drawers, and more!Â We incorporated all of the items into table designs that were each unique and completely different. Tables were covered with a mixture of burlap runners and overlays—the lovely florals were provided by Crystal Springs Florist, who filled a variety of containers with ranunculus, peony, hydrangea, baby’s breath, roses and Queen Anne’s lace—just to name a few!
How cute is this dessert table? We mixed in old suitcases, tin film canisters and even gardener’s boxes, to showcase an assortment of cake pops and pies, laid atop of vintage fabrics. This is a great example of how florals can really add to your dessert, gift or escort card tables! In lieu of a traditional guest book, guests could choose a vintage post card, and leave a personl note for the couple. When deciding on your wedding “guest book” it’s great to consider ways that allow guests to provide you with more than just their name and address—you sent them an invitation so you already have them. Give them the chance to leave you a heart-felt message, or marital advice and you’ll have tons of fun reading them later!
Escort cards were hand-lettered, tea-stained cards featuring vintage keys. We displayed them on our rustic barn wood escort card holder, and accented the table with more vintage books, suitcases and florals. Such a beautiful wedding day for a very sweet couple. Thank you Ling+John Michael, for letting us be a part of your special day!
Photos by Lamb+Lark Photography
This post was written by jessica