boell wedding decor.


I figure the easiest way to share the wedding is in a series of posts. Today I'll be sharing much of the other décor. You wouldn't believe how hard it is to sort though 750 pictures to find the ones of just the tables, ceremony décor, flowers, banners, antlers, etc. It's nuts!

I will say that I feel truly fortunate that our photographer, Mrs. Aimee McAuley, did an amazing job capturing everything for us. I feel so lucky to be able to look back through our photos and re-live one of the most beautiful days of our lives!

I didn't really have a "theme", just all things lovely! As I was planning I knew I wanted our day to be light, airy and fun. The colors we chose were very neutral, with a few pops to add some vivaciousness. We both have a love affair with the outdoors, so we included antlers, natural textures and lots of wood. It turned out rustic and eclectic, which I loved!

Now, without further ado...

My grandmother grew all different types of succulents for each of our guests! We placed them at the tables so they served as both favors and decor.

Lisa Leonard has the most beautiful and fun hand stamped cake toppers! This was one of my first wedding purchases.

I snagged these gift boxes from Anthropologie! If I could keep a stash on hand at all times I would! They are literally the most adorable, simple gift boxes out there!

It's a close tie between my love for my dress and my love for my necklace. I had my necklace made of vintage brooches, which served as my "something old". Fresh Metal made this custom piece and I swooned as soon as I saw it!

Laura, at VaVa Bloom Floral, did the most beautiful flowers for our day. I literally gasped when I saw them. She did an amazing job and was so easy to work with. She truly listened to me and saw my vision. I'm so glad she was a part of our day.

Covering the chain link fence that greeted guests as they walked in wasn't easy, but I'm most certain the size of these sheds distracted and impressed everyone.

Our cake was so pretty and oh so yummy. Kayla, owner of Sugar Cubed Cake Creations, gave us a whole package of cupcakes to go home and try. Her flavors were soooo good we gobbled them all up that day. She was able to accommodate gluten free and I personally thought it was some of the yummiest GF I've had. Ry and I grossly ate our top layer of cake on our wedding night, at the hotel, with our fingers. We are only slightly ashamed! :)

My dad made two sets of cornhole games that were a hit with the youngin's! It kept them occupied until it got dark! We also had a set of Mega Jenga, which was equally great and now a summer drinking game staple for our family! 

My favorite of all the decor was our ceremony site. I loved how romantic, rustic and whimsical the flowers, lanterns, globes and candles were. The "B" is from Anthropologie and was perfect! We loved this so much we kept it up until all the flowers had gone dead.

All the lanterns and globes are from Pottery Barn. We purchased the globes on sale after the holidays last year. 

There are still plenty more pictures to come! 

xoxo, Trist

1 comment:

  1. Hi Tristin..

    I PM'd you on FB about accidentally getting your son's art from Square1 art (it was in my son's Square1 art order). I am trying to send it to you. Please check your FB messages. Thanks, Amy Damask


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