i seriously can’t believe i’m even old enough to have a daughter getting married… but I DO!!!
she’s almost 21, her and her fiancé are both graduating college in May and are planning to marry in June.
they seem so young. but, i was 20 when i got married, and we’re still married… happily. thankfully.
we are excited for them and proud of them both.
i’ve never planned a party like this before. let me just say, pinterest makes party planning easy AND hard at the same time! we did a dessert bar with chocolate fondue. the sweet love banner i made from old doily coasters that i stamped on and then taped to a ribbon.
me and my sweet girls before the festivities commenced. (thank you mom for insisting on the pic!)
i used white gel pens to make the little signs for the tables.
the bride-to-be herself made these beautiful french macarons.
inspired by this i just had to do a mimosa bar. i scoured thrift shops for pretty glasses instead of buying plastic ones for close to the same price, and it worked out perfectly. it was super fun and interactive! i’ll definitely be doing this again.
we had the party in the upstairs of our Allen Designs studio so the lights and tassels were already set up, which was really nice. it just adds to the party feel instantly.
i’ve had this piece pinned on pinterest for a long, long time and throwing this party was the perfect reason to make it finally happen.
it was a lovely time and my daughter was immensely blessed. i couldn’t ask for anything more.