Leah+Dan’s August wedding at Millcreek Barns had all the ingredients for a delightfully adorable day. Lovely bridesmaids in mis-matched gowns? Check. Handcrafted DIY details? Check. A crafty, DIY bride? Check! When I first met Leah a few months before the wedding, she had already spent countless hours creating her perfect wedding day—from collecting a plethora of milk glass & vintage cake plates, to crafting a beautiful ceremony ribbon banner with her bridesmaids—she just needed us help her bring all those beautiful details to life, and keep her wedding day running smoothly, so she could be a blissful, stress-free bride.
I ADORED these bridesmaids dresses! I love that brides are giving their ‘maids a color palette and letting them choose the style and shade that fits them best. It’s a great way to not only ensure your bridal party looks stunning, but it ensures everyone feels beautiful and confident int heir wedding day garb. Love it.
I can’t say enough good things about Millcreek—no matter how many weddings we do there (and in 2012 it was a lot!) I never get tired of it. So natural & beautiful! We dressed the guest tables with burlap overlays, and embroidered doilies she collected. The florals were showcased in a mixture of vintage milk glass, filled with soft, romantic blooms in pale pinks, greens and white.
Leah+Dan, thank you again for letting us be a part of your wedding day—we’re thrilled to have been able to help bring all of your beautiful planning together! Lovely photos by Allie Siarto Photography
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