2 weeks after we said our YES
It will take some time to wait for a full wedding story. It is all about rustic, light, bohemian little wedding in a beautiful place, with a beautiful vibe. Till we receive all the pictures from our wedding photographer. I am impatient, and seems like I better would cut this big story into some little pieces rather than forgetting the emotions while waiting for the pics. It is important to still feel it about writing about it, if you know what I mean.
Today I just wanted to share with you a part of our DIY wedding stationery - invitations and tags "take me home" on our flower jars. And rings, also almost DIY. We say DIY was a "red thread" over all the wedding preparations - it was super great to work with materials by my own, do all the craft handmade projects I wanted to, feel help from my friends, parents and my other perfect half, finding right inspirations and the right details. My super talented husband, Yossi, designed our wedding invitations, I only mentioned I want them to be written with white ink on brown craft paper. If you check his design style you'll see how we make a perfect souly couple by looking at our final wedding invitations - mix of urban touches, calligraphy and bohemian feathers. Compromise is a word. I added a vintage lace crochet trim to finish the invitations, put a custom made ink stamp (ordered at Dana&Maya Rubber Stamp Boutique) and a handwriting on each envelope. We decided to give flower arrangements in a jar vases to our guests as wedding favors (later, a whole post about flowers decisions and my flowers fairy Chrissy from Wedding Flowers Design). It was a Project (with a capital P) to do a handmade decorations for ALL the jars with lace, crochets and burlap and add a tag "take me home" on each at the final stage. The tags I've created at the last moment and it was a very simple touch that impressed in a surprisingly good way all of our guests, there was no one stay indifferent.
Our rings. Here, Yossi has my heart completely. For two eternities. That was in his proposal, to age with him, for a time of two eternities. Which means..well, you know what it means. And that is what or rings say - נצח (eternity/forever). You may disagree with me, but I think it is one of the best DIY projects of the whole wedding, and one of the best design projects by Yossi. To say more, we are currently working on our first family project together, and it is going to be bold! And our wedding rings may prove the spoiler.
Enjoy the pictures I shot at home specially for this post, with some survived flowers, groom's boutonniere and my bohemian wedding dress as a background:) Here is also my Pinterest board for this special occasion, feel free to get inspired - Souly Bohemian Wedding on Pinterest. All the posts tagged wedding - here.
All post about our little bohemian wedding - here.
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