The DIY Wedding of Tabitha and Cynthia | March 04, 2011

When I spotted the DIY wedding of Tabitha and Cynthia on Style Me Pretty, I instantly fell in love with all the amazing details, especially the beautiful and festive colours. You can see all the gorgeous pics and read the story (if you haven't already) over here.

{ photos by Beaux Arts Photographie }

posted under: Do It Yourself, Weddings


  1. Brooke | Mar 5, 2011
    That is "Mrs. Stripes" over at She gives tutorials on a lot of her DIY projects including the mini bunting and brooch bouquet.
  2. LOVE that lemonade jar!!! Sooo cute!
  3. beautiful!
  4. love your photos!!!
  5. Wow! I love that blue-red-white combination! :)
  6. This is a gorgeous, fresh and super cute combination.
  7. the brightly colored details are so whimsical and fun! the food and drink set-up is perfect on that yellow striped tablecloth!
  8. Diana | Mar 9, 2011
    Such a great wedding! One of my favorite bloggers (Ms. Stripes) over on Weddingbee.
  9. Oh, this is just adorable!
  10. it's all so pretty!!
  11. Thanks for sharing this beautiful wedding, Amy. I think this is one of my favourite weddings for the year so far.
  12. shara | Dec 6, 2011
    I love the lemonade jar. Any idea of where it came from ?? I would love to own one !!
  13. so creative mind only few people have this is
    gods gift to you
    God bless you for such a Great gift work
  14. Happy wedding TABITHA AND CYNTHIA
  15. very romantice them.
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