Camie, my sister in law, got married last weekend and put together a darling reception that just portrayed her so well. I'm am the biggest fan of all things wedding, but I didn't have much of a hand in this... my sisters in law rocked it! The ceiling was my favorite part! See...
They had the lights dimmed for the actual party, but I snapped a couple of pics before we had it all ready for guests. Their backdrop was super cute... there's a much better picture of it if you scroll way down... This way you can kind of see a little bit of everything. Yes... our brother Chase (who is on a mission in Malaysia) was even able to be there. You'll notice him on the right :)
Camie put together these centerpieces and they ended up perfectly "Camie."
I loved the way there was a touch of Camie in everything. It was all so cute.
Cass put together this tribute to the parents and grandparents. Loved it!
I loved all of the lanterns, but loved these doily ones the most!
Here's a glimpse at the food! This is just the candy table.
I probably shouldn't have put away the camera until after the "real food" came out on the other table.
Camie was recently diagnosed with Celiac's and so there was a gluten free table of food for her and the guests that would appreciate it.
Yes... those are temples you can see on these chocolates.
The rest are pictures I took once the lights were dimmed. It just made it all a little more special.
The cake and some details. Most all of the antiques that were around that night were from our Great and Great-Great Grandparents. How cool!
There's Chase again! Twice his life size posters have given me the heebie jeebies. Love that kid... They had a slideshow of pictures going in the reception and out by those waiting in the receiving line.
I love how it was all a little casual and a little fancy all at once.
This was at the sign in table. Gotta love Grandma's antiques!
See how special it all looked once the lights were out? I loved the lanterns and backdrop the most!
It was a beautiful day and we couldn't be happier for our sweet sis.