A Homespun Wedding in Bend, OR

Nicole and Jason's wedding in Oregon was mostly DIY. From her handmade veil, and hand-dyed shoes to her homemade invitations and candle favors, guests

Nicole and Jason's wedding in Oregon was mostly DIY. From her handmade veil, and hand-dyed shoes to her homemade invitations and candle favors, guests were sure that this experience was one-of-a-kind.

Nicole blended her vintage vision with homespun details with her reception place settings. Wooden tables were set with white china and topped with canvas napkins with rustic, exposed seams.
Young relatives of the bride and groom acted as flower girls and ring bearers during the ceremony.
Nicole's bridal look featured a soft, curled updo, a handmade veil, and a white bouquet with pops of coral.
This four-tiered cake was draped in ivory and coral fondant and decorated with fresh ranunculuses, twigs and a custom monogram made by the bride.
The bride's vintage-rustic aesthetic came across during the reception with wedged, wooden table names, long, farm tables and the bride's custom monogram.
Nicole's bridesmaids wore pale green, striped dresses from J. Crew with coral heels while groomsmen wore bright, pastel blue shirts with grey vests and slacks from INC at Macy's.
The bride made these programs by hand and also has an Etsy site, Etsy.com/shop/TheWilkinsonLoft.
The bridesmaids bouquets matched the bride's eclectic style with a wide variety of blooms including peonies, hydrangeas and white anemones.
The ceremony was set at a private residence and used long wooden benches, tree branches and the natural mountain view backdrop for a rustic design.
This printed seating chart was pinned to a framed, painted burlap canvas.
The couple handmade candles to give as favors to their guests.
The bride purchased these Seychelles shoes at DSW and then hand-dyed them to match her bridesmaids dresses and the color palette of the wedding.