If you’re looking for DIY projects for your wedding, then take a look at this sassy DIY wedding of Tabitha and Cynthia. The ladies held their wedding ceremony in the grounds of Heritage Square Museum in LA. The reception was set up beside a beautiful old barn located within the grounds. After an intimate and moving ceremony, guests were served from not one, but two food trucks – Kogi (Korean BBQ to Go) & Cool Haus (ice-cream), before they danced the night away. Here are a few images of their wedding decor.
Image: The headless portraits are quite quirky don’t you think?
Image: This fabulous DIY bar provided a variety of drinks to guests. I love the menu board with curtains and bright yellow-striped tablecloth.
Image: The bright yellow stripes are carried through to the dining tables, which are set with beautiful, yet simple floral arrangements in vintage milk glass vases. I love the fun wedding flags, which were printed with love hearts, ‘LOVE’, and ‘ALL YOU NEED IS LOVE’ sayings.
Image: Guests were offered a beautiful bow tie.
Image: Personalised mason jars served as drink glasses and seating allocators. Each glass was imprinted with the name of the guest and their table number.
Congratulations to Tabitha & Cynthia and well done on a beautiful wedding.
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