....made from a variety of patterned papers. The $40 paper slicer I bought from Staples was a priceless investment.
(my fingers are bleeding just looking at theses...)
Hair pieces in progress. Many glue-gun burns were involved.
The "kissing game" was done like a draw. I printed and cut "tickets". Half said "bride and groom kiss" and the other were dares. So whoever came up to pick one had to be brave enough to do what was on the card.
Table numbers. I just googled "how to make a photo look like a pencil sketch in photoshop" and got step-by-step instructions. I love google.
Found these vintage earrings the week before the wedding at the vintage store in my neighbourhood. So sad that I lost one somehow! The photo makes them look a little lack-luster but I think they were perfect!
We used the same vintage-travel-inspired scrapbooking paper on almost everything - the bunting, the programs and even to line some wooden trays my mom had that we used for chocolates and other treats on the receiving line table.
These photo cards were great. Many of our guests uploaded photos after the wedding so we had something to look at while we waited for the professional shots!
Logs, logs and more logs. My dad worked hard for us.
Seating chart (again, with the same paper). We nailed the table arrangements to the other half of the log that my dad made the guest book bench from. Glad I didn't have to carry it!