My baby cousin got married!!! Woo hoo! I’m so happy for them…they are seriously PERFECT for one another. With their permission, I just HAD to share some fun DIY wedding ideas for this very sweet, very whimsical navy and yellow wedding.
This was a very small and intimate wedding. It was the perfect size, if you ask me. There were about fifty or sixty guests. The center aisle was lined with lanterns adorned with painted wooden yellow hearts with a navy background. Simple white paper flower flowers graced the alter.
Covered in navy linens and yellow napkins, the table was beautifully done with wooden boxes. Each box had three bottles of yellow and white flower bouquets.
The bride and groom had special Mr. and Mrs. wooden letters on their chairs.
There were also special bottles of wine gifted by the groom’s father. Each bottle had a personalized number of years labeled on it and a silver pen attached. Each guest wrote a special note on the bottle for the bride and groom to open on the corresponding year.
Lanterns and lights were strung across the entire dining and dance floor.
The bride crafted recycled bottles spray painted in a textured gray spray paint as pretty vases scattered on the food, gift, and favor tables.
The bride also upcycled a hutch she found for five dollars and used it to display cupcakes.
She also make DIY cupcake stands with candlesticks and plates.
There were several games for guests to play under a beautiful gazebo with cushioned seats.
Last but not least, there were personalized navy and yellow pinwheels for each guest to take home and place in their garden to remind them of this special day.
This was one of the best weddings I have attended… congrats again to Mr. and Mrs. Brian and Jenny Fusco! Love you guys!