Vintage wedding reception with the rain

Rain, rain go away! Really I was probably one of the only people totally bothered by the fact that the rain which wasn't supposed to be there in the first place was getting everything wet. Other than that it was the most perfect night. My sister Ginny and my dearest friend Andrea are my heroes. I was worried about food, the guest's comfort and the rain and they both just stepped in and took over.

A sweet bird cage for the cards and letters

A typewriter for character and to let the guests know where to sign.

Instead of a guest book, Chaiya choose an old fashioned globe that they can display in their home. 

No traditional wedding cake for this couple! We had pie , lots and lots of pie. Under the birds was a razzleberry one for them to cut.

Our centerpieces were filled with feathers and flowers tucked into a wood crate. Glass bottles with feathers, glass bottles with pearls, vintage style keys and candles wrapped in lace graced the tables. We had made the runners from painter's drop cloth and added crocheted ivory lace to the sides.

When I get the photos back from our photographer, I will post more of the magical night. It was so nice to plan and help create a perfect night for my sweet girl and her beloved. It is the beginning of a very promising happily ever after!

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