Wedding Wednesday: Decor

I'm so excited to share all about our wedding decor! As I mentioned in one of my Instagram posts, my mom put together the dream team of vendors who executed everything perfectly! I absolutely loved how everything turned out. I don't think it's a surprise to anyone that I wanted lots of blue and white! All photos in this post are by Liz Grogan Photography.

Our reception was at Starmount Forest Country Club in Greensboro, which was conveniently about 5 minutes from both the church and one of the hotels we had reserved.

Our table settings were placed on this gold framed mirror my mom found at an antique store, and the wax seals were from Amazon. Since we had 24 tables, we ended up listing everyone's names in alphabetical order instead of a card for each table.

We rented the gold chairs, chargers, flatware, and linens from Party Reflections.

The blue and white pieces were provided by our florist, Randy McManus Floral Design. We had planned on rounding some of them up ourselves and renting the rest. But we were pleasantly surprised to learn he had over 60 pieces available!


The menu and escort cards were made by our coordinator, Carly Marie Events from templates found on Etsy.

TJ and I made the table numbers with a Cricut vinyl cutter and some frames we found on Amazon.


I loved the greenery used on our sweetheart table, the fireplace, and decorating the chandeliers.


Our favors were these mini bottles of La Marca prosecco placed at each setting.


I thought this vase added so much to our gifts and guestbook table!

We didn't get a photo of the front of our guestbook, but we bought it on Etsy, and the candle votives were from Amazon.

Our cake was made by Sweet Meg's Bakery and everyone loved it! I've always heard lots of wedding cake doesn't end up being eaten, but that was not the case for us! We had a different flavor for each tier: chocolate ganache, strawberry, and lemon. We saved the top layer which was another chocolate ganache.

We celebrated our wedding Mass at the church I grew up in, Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in Greensboro. I went to the school there for elementary and middle school, and have now received all of my sacraments there as well!

There were some rules that limited the amount of decor allowed. But just look at it, not much is needed! We just had pew markers and some floral arrangements up on the altar.


This is the first of likely many posts recapping our wedding. Please let me know if there anything else you would like to see!

Thanks for reading!

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