With shabby chic being all the rage we played off of the idea. Envision Wedding Studio did a great job of making it different and hence I give you Vintage Couture. For the venue we selected The Museum of Visual Materials. It is a restored building the is LEED green certified and more character than you can imagine. I love the natural light and open coziness of this venue. It is one of my favorites!
Who needs matching chairs? Not a vintage inspired theme that’s for sure. The different chairs create a more interesting set-up I enjoyed the different colors and textures.
For the table top Envision Wedding Studio found some amazing random old pieces. The jar of buttons- hello so fun!
Each place setting was different. I could just imagine gathering these are random garage sales of the course of planning. How cool they were to see it come together and not be perfectly the same.
Peach and browns adorned the invitations created by Envision Wedding Studio.
Shall we add a bride? I think we should. We had Alissa change into a different dress for this reception theme. It was much lighter and I can just imagine a bride doing this on their wedding day. That way it’s easier to dance and move around the reception site. No knocking people over with your skirt and train while being weighed down.
More coming tomorrow on the hair pieces and make-up of our lovely bride.
Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wedding Vendors
Cory Ann Ellis, AC Ellis Inc.: South Dakota Wedding Photography
Envision Wedding Studio: South Dakota Wedding Planning and Decorations
Platinum Imagination Hair and Make-up: Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wedding Hair and Make-up
Birdcage Veil and fascinator: Castle Bride Couture
Sioux Falls, South Dakota Wedding Reception: Museum of Visual Materials