I recently worked a wedding in which there were a lot of book decor incorporated. Being a lover of books, I loved this too! I could tell that the bride had put a lot of time and DIY-ing into her book + decor pieces. Not only was this quite a heavy-setup being that there were so many details, but it also rained that day so we had to plan for the rain backup. 
I loved the edges of the book pages that read programs, as well as the cocktail tables simple centerpieces, photo at the bottom, of what I can best describe as book art. 
 
 And even though there are times when:
  • last minute adjustments have to be made such as swapping ceremony + reception chairs in order to accommodate decor 
  • you must drive an hour in traffic to get to the warehouse to pick up extra chairs when an order wasn't put in for them
  • you set up the ceremony outside thinking you'll just miss the rain but then it starts to pour + you have to re-set all of the chairs inside, two floors down, quickly
Despite all of the moments like those, I still love what I do. I still get excited to see a bride and grooms decor choices, dance song selections, and the type of food they pick + how all of these details reflect themselves and their lives together.
Salut, Yelle
 
I recently worked a wedding in which there were a lot of book decor incorporated. Being a lover of books, I loved this too! I could tell that the bride had put a lot of time and DIY-ing into her book + decor pieces. Not only was this quite a heavy-setup being that there were so many details, but it also rained that day so we had to plan for the rain backup. 
I loved the edges of the book pages that read programs, as well as the cocktail tables simple centerpieces, photo at the bottom, of what I can best describe as book art. 
 
 And even though there are times when:
  • last minute adjustments have to be made such as swapping ceremony + reception chairs in order to accommodate decor 
  • you must drive an hour in traffic to get to the warehouse to pick up extra chairs when an order wasn't put in for them
  • you set up the ceremony outside thinking you'll just miss the rain but then it starts to pour + you have to re-set all of the chairs inside, two floors down, quickly
Despite all of the moments like those, I still love what I do. I still get excited to see a bride and grooms decor choices, dance song selections, and the type of food they pick + how all of these details reflect themselves and their lives together.
Salut, Yelle

14 comments

  1. I can't say that I have ever seen a book theme at a wedding. How sweet.

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  2. Such neat things! Love this.

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  3. I love the table settings!
    So cute :)

    xoxo,
    jamie brooke

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  4. So amazing. What a clever way to incorporate books into a wedding! If you ever move up to the Northeast corridor, you can do my wedding one day ;) I promise I won't have an outdoor one!

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  5. That is such a fabulous idea! I bet weddings are such hard work, but I am sure, like you, I would just melt every time I saw it all come together. Looks beautiful!

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    1. It's always so worth it, especially when the moment hits that I remember that the bride and groom will remember this day forever!

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  6. I like the theme,being a book lover myself.It looked like a fun and different kind of wedding.

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  7. How fun! Love all the tiny details and the way the books were incorporated!
    xo TJ

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  8. Looks fabulous! Just like your blog.

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  9. I love this. Especially since I worked in book publishing for 14 years:)

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  10. This is lovely! Books always seem to add something special:) To anything!

    blueeyednightowl.blogspot.com/

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  11. So cute! I used to work doing event planning with a Philly company - I loved it and still sometimes miss it!
    I love when brides use lots of books:)

    Josie
    FineandFeathered.com

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