Real Wedding: Jessica & Eric, Part 2

I promised you some more images from the creatively infused wedding of Jessica and Eric and today's post is filled with the countless details of the day..

Wow! Don't you just love this gorgeous candy display - it's so vibrant and fun! And we're certain finding ten different candies that are yellow and do not all taste like lemon is quite a challenge. Also love the way their rings are perched on top this singular goodie bag!!

Wooden utensils look so elegant wrapped with mint paper (of course, Jessica being the Budget Savvy Bride she is, used leftover paper from their invitations and programs to lend some color to the display!)

Using the same design elements from the invitations and programs, the bride designed her own labels for these wine bottles. Its such a tiny detail that has a really large impact on the look of the day.

More from Jessica:

I totally recommend seeing your fiance before the wedding. It took a lot of the nerves off and we were able to get photos over with ahead of time so we could enjoy our reception with our guests, plus it gave us time to get creative with our photos.

A friend of ours had his dad bring this awesome old car for us to ‘drive away in.’ Really it was only for pictures but I LOVE the way these pics turned out!!

From their first dance, 'Thank You' by Led Zeppelin:

(IG note: I personally love this song and it was the one my husband and I requested for our processional, but just never ended up happening...)


Venue: The Historic Home of Sam Davis, Smyrna, TN
Chris and Adrienne Scott for Evin Photography
Makeup Artist:
Amy Lynn Larwig
Coordinator: Tara Milam of Lavish Events
Caterer: Miller's Grocery
Veil: Kasia Fink
Bride's Jewelry: Candy's Art
Gown and bridesmaid dresses: designed and made by Dena Bathgate of A Special Touch
Music: Ricky Roche
Rentals: Classic Party Rentals

Be sure to visit Jessica's blog to see tons more photos and find out how Jessica and Eric ended up with such a fabulous wedding on a real-life budget!

Posted on July 3, 2009 and filed under Real Weddings.