This sweet and tiny wedding was a handcrafted dream. Not only did bride Kelly opt for a bright pink wedding dress with a navy blue tulle petticoat, but she created almost all of the colorful decorations to add to an already gorgeous floral wonderland. The wonderland in question is Terrain at Styer’s, a botanical space in Pennsylvania. Don’t miss the DIYed paper flowers, vintage brooch bouquet, games (with prizes!), and a couple of nods to Star Wars.
But the best part was just how intimate it all was. They only had a few guests and it made the ceremony super meaningful as the guests all had a role in it. They placed flowers at the feet of the bride and groom and individually touched their rings, giving their hopes and wishes to Kelly and Rich for their marriage.
The day was rainy, but everyone had rain boots, which made for a lot of fun and splashing. After dinner, everyone gathered outside to roast marshmallows and sing songs and did a bit of dancing. Let’s see all of the creative and intimate details at this botanical wedding in Pennsylvania…