Kyle Michelle Weddings Blog
This wedding is one of those weddings where every single element had a personal touch from the bride and groom. Emily and Mark really threw themselves into making sure every detail was perfect. Our first phone call with Emily and Mark we realized how cool this couple was and how magnetic their day was going to be.
As we started planning ideas out with Emily through Pinterest we saw all of the awesome ideas that Emily had and we had our fingers crossed that she would be up to under taking it all. Oh boy, was she ever!
From the insanely awesome Popcorn Bar to the self-made photo booth, kids table and eco-friendly bamboo tableware, Emily nailed it! And if you’re more interested in the dress, don’t worry, she slayed it in that area too!
The most amazing escort cards ever!
"And you thought that high school math would never come in handy"
The super amazing popcorn bar garnished with an assortment of toppings to make your bag all your own.
We just died over this kids table! And how amazing are favors that are homemade BBQ rubs?!?
Emily and Mark, you rocked our socks off! We had such a brilliant time getting to know you two and your families! We are thankful to have been given the opportunity to be a part of your special day and your planning process! We wish you the best!
Venue: Croft Farms
Photographer: Lauren Schwarz Photography
DJ: Lovesick, Inc.
Caterer: Rodes Catering
Flowers: Heirloom Weddings
A few weeks ago, I had noticed that Kristin’s birthday was coming up soon. I started brainstorming some ideas of what to give her. I wanted it to be something she would appreciate, as well as, something tied into Kyle Michelle Weddings. That was when I came up with the idea of making her a tassel garland for the office, in the company’s colors. I have been admiring Confetti System’s garlands for years now and took this opportunity to give it a second try. (My first try at it was when I was living in Poland and their tissue paper is nothing like ours!)
These are the supplies you will need:
For cutting the tissue paper, there are two options: Plain old scissors or a rotary cutter and a mat for underneath.