Thursday, March 22, 2012

My DIY Wedding, Part 3

This photo - Credit: Alon David Photography


Today's Blog Positivity Week word is Creativity.

Other blogs inspire this non-crafty lady to try being crafty.  (You can read the story behind my blog name HERE.)  And my blog is my space to share those adventures -- even the crafty adventures that are an epic fail don't turn out the way I planned.


I'll bet you thought I completely forgot about the rest of my DIY wedding posts, didn't you?  Well, I didn't!  But life happened, and then I never felt like I had enough time to compose a worthy post.  But alas, here I am.  I'm back with more about my DIY wedding!

Oh!  
And before I forget to mention it, 
you have until 11:59pm CST today to enter my giveaway!
(I wish I could enter it, because I want one of those bags!)

Okay, enough about that.  More about my wedding!
Need to play catch-up?  See:

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Gourmet Cupcakes



 This photo - Credit: Alon David Photography

My cousins make gourmet cupcakes that are to-die-for!  And look at that presentation!  They really pulled out all the stops for our cupcakes, and they were a hit (as always).  My personal favorite is their red velvet.  I can never eat one.  Never! Thank you, Sam & Sara!


Flowers

This photo - Credit: Alon David Photography

Another cousin of mine is a floral designer!  We spent one hour at Wholesale Flowers picking out flowers.  I had only two requests: I wanted a lot of baby's breath, and I wanted it to look very natural -- like a ran through a field with open arms and scooped up the flowers.   Mission accomplished!  She worked wonders!  Thank you, Yvonne!



Mr. TBS worked in entertainment, and he treated our music like any other directorial endeavor.  He created playlists according to each phase of the day: "pre-show" (as we called it out of habit of working in theme park entertainment), ceremony, cocktail hour, and dinner.  Just like a show, the music had to set the mood.  Every song was hand-picked and placed in a certain order.  He burned them onto CDs, gave them to our friend and DJ, Dave, and we were covered.  We left the dance floor to Dave!


 
I met Dave of Hit It Music Productions when we worked on a show together at SeaWorld in 2006.  He is fun to work with and an awesome DJ.  He quickly became a favorite of the company and continues to DJ everyone's wedding, and mine was no exception!  I cannot sing his praises enough.  San Diegans, this is your guy!


Decor Shout-Out: Photo Line

This photo - Credit: Alon David Photography

The photos displayed on the reception tables were of Mr. TBS and I growing up -- life before falling in love with each other.  Then, we displayed photos of us over our 4.5-year relationship on a twine-and-clothes-pin photo line!  

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It's so fun reliving my wedding.  Thanks for joining my trip down memory lane!  
It's almost our first anniversary!

And before I am inundated with questions about it, I'll just ask the question for you:

Q: "When are you going to have a baby?"
A: "I don't know.  Do you?"

Q: "So... when are you going to have a baby?"
 A: "Sometime in the next ten years."  ;-)

Peer Pressure: "Oh, my gosh.   Your kids are going to be so beautiful!"
Response: "How kind of you to say that! (pause) That's not going to make the baby come sooner."

14 comments:

Kristen @ Confessions of a GDS said...

I'm the same way with baby questions... FIVE years later! I still don't feel ready in the slightest. You had the cutest wedding girl... I love how you designed your flowers wanting them to look handpicked from a field. Have I mentioned how beautiful you are? Well, you are :)

Ronida said...

Those are lovely cupcakes and what a nice way to display your photos! <3

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Marie Danielle said...

Love the cupcakes!! :-) And your bouquet was breathtaking, I love the colors! And yes, I was getting baby questions right off the bat, I guess people just assume marriage first, babies next! :-)

Marie Danielle said...

Love the cupcakes!! :-) And your bouquet was breathtaking, I love the colors! And yes, I was getting baby questions right off the bat, I guess people just assume marriage first, babies next! :-)

Emily said...

Dude! We totally had a photo line at our wedding too. Just one more thing to add to our BBFF list :)

Jessica @ Lovely Little Things said...

WHAT! No babies soon?! ;)
Kidding...!

AND
where to start?
Those cupcakes are stunning - the little "K" on top...SO awesome! I need a red velvet one, please :)

I am obsessing over that twine picture line...that is such a simple idea but it looks SO perfect and adds a perfect "you guys" touch! I love the twinkle lights behind it, too :)

AND last thing - you look gorgeous in the picture with the DJ - I love your smile, Linds!

Happy Thursday!
xo

Holly said...

I love all the DIY you had at your wedding. Obviously I'm obsessed with cupcakes. They look so good! Love the photo line too. And ohhh the infamous baby question haha. It's totally not necessary!

miki said...

Loved your DIY wedding! I seriously do! I think it looks so beautiful. You bouquet is perfect, i also love baby's breath!

Leigh Anne said...

In love with your wedding... all the DIY's...and how beautiful everything was! Seriously, you're too cute!!

Happy Thursday!
xo

Whitney said...

I was already starving but your cupcakes just sent me over the edge. I NEED ONE RIGHT NOW! haha! Your wedding looks beautiful <3

Joelle :: Something Charming said...

Oh my gosh, I love your flowers! So simple, yet so incredibly beautiful. I love that you decided you wanted wildflowers like that. Gorgeous!

And I so know what you mean about the baby questions...why can't people just mind their own business!?

xoxo,
Joelle

Marissa said...

Lindsay! I love every part of your wedding. I want to get married all over again. :-) MAYBE I just will. HAHA!

Sam said...

So happy with how the cupcakes turned out! We would have made you 100 more if you wanted! That's what family is all about, right? Love you cuz!xoxo

Katherine Krieg said...

love love love this whole wedding! so fabulous!