Those little wedding details are what can really make a wedding stand out and memorable! The best part about all these little details is that my sister and I worked on them together and they were made by us! My sister really spent tons of time making their wedding extra special! Additionally, ALL the flowers and cakes were done by the groom’s family! So this whole wedding was truly a family effort! From the save-the-dates, invitations to reception decor….I’ve got all the little details for you!

All photographs are courtesy of Mishe Hettie.

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San-Antonio-Wedding-Photography-003I worked with a designer to design a printable and then I came up with all the little extras including the twine wrap and heart cutouts. My mom, stepfather and I put them all together.

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This is my favorite wedding bouquet ever! My sister ordered brooches online and made this herself!

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Meg’s bridal shoes with lucky penny!

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For the reception tables I designed some little menus on kraft paper. My cousin cut the wood discs, the antler sheds were given to us by a family friend, and the flowers were put together by the groom’s family. They took Meagan’s vision and made it a reality!

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The groom’s cake was absolutely AMAZING! They found a cake ball holder made in to Kyle Field! All of the yummy cake balls were also made by the groom’s family. They are incredibly talented!

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The gorgeous wedding cake!

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My sister hand-painted these awesome wooden signs throughout the ceremony and reception area.

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I designed the programs as well and my sister put them together. They were actually glued on wood sticks to be used as fans.

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Instead of a traditional guest book everyone signed a lovely quilt.

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The exit toss was biodegradable confetti and was wrapped in book pages.

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This is my sTORI being written as you read. – Love, Mommy Tori

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    • tori@torijohnsonpr.com

      Thank you! It was at Riven Rock Ranch in Comfort. We did all the wedding planning ourselves and made everything. Even the flowers and cakes were done by the groom’s family.

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    • tori@torijohnsonpr.com

      Thank you! Everyone worked really hard to make it a special day!

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  1. lori

    Absolutely love the details. And that bouquet was gorgeous!!!!

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  2. Morgan

    I LOVE all of this! You all did a great job! We’ve been designing everything for our wedding as well; I really like your ceremony programs. Any chance I could see the bottom half of one? I would really like to do something like this! 🙂

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    • tori@torijohnsonpr.com

      Thank you! I can’t seem to find a picture with the bottom showing. But I can tell you it’s a flat wood stick that you can get at any craft store (they are by the packages of popsicle sticks). I just glued those in between the two pages. Hope that helps!

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  3. Lauren

    Beautiful wedding! I came across it looking for cake pop stadiums. I would love to know where he found the cake pop stands. I would love to do this for my husband’s 40th. Thanks!!!

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    • tori@torijohnsonpr.com

      Hi Lauren! I just sent the rental info to your email 🙂

      Reply

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