Karen & Jon's granny-tastic wedding decor will make your heart flutter #Decor#button#diy centerpiece#ontario#seating chart#succulents#vintage weddings Updated Apr 29 2016 (Posted May 4 2011) Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Photos by: Adelita Rose All photos by Caitlin Den Boer of Adelita Rose Jon and Karen wanted a small, casual wedding somewhere their friends and family would feel at home. So they held their wedding at a country inn in Ontario, which they booked for two nights so the whole family and wedding party could help to set up for the party. You would think that this wedding was put together by professional decorators with how amazing everything came out. These photos from their photographer, Caitlin Den Boer of Adelita Rose, are just the tip of the iceberg that is the incredible decor stylings of Jon and Karen's Ontario wedding. Karen described her wedding color pallet as "granny-tastic," drawing her inspiration from vintage fabrics and floral prints. She wanted the guests to feel a part of the vibe, so she used pin-back buttons covered in vintage fabric for the seating chart and everyone ended up wearing their buttons throughout the evening. Related Post Chic-as-hell vintage lamps as centerpiece decor Vanessa and Octavia had their industrial garden party wedding at the super industrial-chic venue, Tap Architecture in Oklahoma City. Our favorite part was their centerpiece... Read more Check out all the cool decorations going on with this whole head table situation here. Tiny little pompoms hanging from great big branches, centerpieces made up of thrift store finds, and there's even the tiniest bunting banner stretched across the front of the table. So. Freaking. CUTE. One of my favorite decor details is these vintage centerpieces. Jon and Karen collected vintage animal-shaped planters over the year and a half that they were engaged. Then they cleaned 'em up, put live cacti, succulents and flowers into them (purchased from Home Depot), and let guests take them home at the end of the night. There are also vintage bottles and doilies from her parents' collections thrown into the mix. Oh wait, did I say the centerpieces were my favorite? I was wrong: this unicorn poster in homage to their love that was designed by the bride's sister is my MOST favorite. Do you hear me, bride's sister!? I want one! Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS CJ & Jessica's lesbian elopement to open-minded Iowa NEXT Offbeat Divorce, Part 2: The Separating Show/Hide comments [ 22 ] This is simply adorable! I agree it's granny-tastic and that's perfect! Reply Love! Love! Love! Wonderfully creative and well thought out. The centerpieces where amazing! Congratulations! Reply Uh-ma-zing. I'm speechless. Reply I love this wedding so so so much! Everything about it is perfect and wicked cute! My fiance jokes with me all the time that I'm the youngest granny ever and that I'm an old woman on the inside, so this is my kinda thing. Does anyone know about where the bridesmaid dresses came from? I was thinking about non matching florals for my girls, but all the floral I find are more of a huge bold "tropical" floral…and I want more of a vintage feel. Reply I was one of those bridesmaids! 4 out of the 6 of us are all wearing the same dress that came from a seller on Etsy who provided the fabric. They were made from old bed sheets. I can also say as someone who works at a fabric store that vintage linens are the way to go for this kind of thing, unless you want to shell out for a Liberty of London print. I love my dress sooo much that I actually wear it out all the time! Reply The bridesmaid's dresses were made by Louise Hedley: http://www.etsy.com/shop/sohomode Also, if anyone is interested in a Unicorn poster of their own, here is the link to my sister and I's shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/deliciousness Karen (the bride) Reply thank you!!! i think i have to have one of those amazing dresses for summer. Reply Ummm… More pictures pleeease. This is absolutely delightful! Reply So cute, and it feels homey. What a great idea for wedding decor. Reply I LOVE THIS! Her amazing decor completely blows away any of those so called 'vintage' weddings on the mainstream blogs. This, by far, is the most awesome vintagey wedding I've seen to date. Congrats on an amazing and beautiful wedding! Reply Wowzers!! Granny-tastic, wish I'd thought of that *wink*. Commenting because whenever I am asked what my color palet is for the wedding I just shrug my shoulders and say, "nature". I refuse to be tied down to the old "pink & green" or similar Reply Awk! LOVE DRESS! WANT! Reply It's called "Grecia" and is from the Pronovias 2010 collection 🙂 Reply Karen, can you PUH-LEEZE fill out a full OBB profile??! I want MORE!!! PS- Your wedding rocks my socks. Reply So charming. I love this wedding decor. Looks like they have a lot of personality! Reply The link to the slideshow is no longer working. Is there anywhere else I can see more pictures of this wedding? Reply It appears the photographer moved the gallery … I tracked down the new URL: http://adelitarose.com/blog/2009/08/31/jonandkaren/ Reply Sorry everybody. I did a website changeover since this was posted.Thank you for checking out this wonderful wedding! Jon and Karen were awesome to work with! Reply Those bridesmaid dresses are the BEST! I love the way they match but mismatch. So cute! Also, her smile is adorable. What a beautiful bride! Reply Absolutely loved the line-up picture! Wish I could get married all over again just so I could steal this idea! Reply I only see 8 photos and they don't seem overwhelmingly granny-forward to me. They're cool but I'd like to see more to really see what's going on. Reply Wow! You really pulled off an adorable and unique wedding. Love it <3 Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.