We used paper doilies for the bunting and poofs. Kaylie was awesome enough to let me get my hands into most of the reception planning, including the hand dying of all 720 doilies so that they would be the right shade of peach.
The downstairs of the barn had a bunch of goat stalls. From my research online, people usually let their catering use that area, but I thought it would look beautiful if we got small tables and used it for seating. They turned out to be my favorite part.
Kaylie gets complete credit for the set-up of the guestbook table with a milk crate that my friend Megan from Apple House Revival let us borrow.
And after setting everything up the day before, I went home and whipped up this little guy:
Oh, and Kaylie also gets credit for this crazy idea that turned out really cool. We filled mason jars with seeded dandelions to hand to the guests for the send-off. Very fun, and no clean-up!
Location: Stein-Boozer Barn
Photographer: Courtney Price Photography
Cool Crates and Stuff: Apple House Revival
Cake, invitation, favors, decorating and way too much doily dying: Kim