This Wednesday, my sister and her fiance are getting married on the gorgeous shore of Lake Superior in Duluth, MN.
Then on Saturday, the reception is goin' down at my parent's house in the Twin Cities. I have lots of decor and DIY projects planned, one being a photo table filled with pictures of my sister, her fiance, and their daughter.
At mine and Dustin's wedding, we paid tribute to our parents and grandparents through a honorarium table. Everyone loved the concept and it is a great way to personalize any event.
I made these by cutting the photos to size, inserting them in a mason jars, and filling each jar with vegetable oil to give the photos an aged look.
Unlike my 'colorful vintage' style at our wedding, my sister's wedding is going to be modern with white, blue, and fuchsia as her colors... so obviously the oil isn't going to fit the bill. Luckily, I do have some ideas up my sleeve to preserve the general idea but give it a modern, fresh feel.
Can't wait to share the full day and all the DIY projects/entertaining ideas that go with it.
Have a great week!