It’s finally here. I received my wedding photos the other day and I’m excited to finally share some of them with you. I won’t be sharing all of them because there are over 1,000 pictures!
I also included little reviews and links (this is not a sponsored post) for some of the items I bought for our wedding. I know some of you were interested in the vendors we used, so I thought I would make it easier that way. This is probably my last wedding-related post for awhile, so enjoy!
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Our cake topper and serving set were from Toppers with Glitz. I highly recommend this company for your cake topper. They are more on the expensive side, but it was one of the splurges we wanted to go for. The cake topper was beautiful and so was the serving set.
We also used McArthur’s Bakery for our cake and all of our other bakery items. We had a HUGE dessert take. We had our wedding cake, 5 or 6 pies, cookies, brownies, cannolis, macarons, 3 or 4 other cakes, and more. It was delicious but I regret not eating more of it. It was also all extremely cheap as well. I believe we paid around $300 for all of our bakery items.
We used Fifty Flowers for our flowers. We wholesale ordered our flowers and put them together ourselves. There were around 2,000 flowers altogether and I believe we had around 75 different vases to put together. We also made all of the bouquets, including mine.
It was a lot of fun DIYing them. We all got together and arranged them the day before the wedding.
We rented our arbor from Worn Vintage. They rent out tons of different items for weddings and other events in the St. Louis area. They have many cute items but I only had so much in my wedding budget. We rented the arbor and drapes for $150.
For the robes, we used Silk and More. I found this company on Etsy and they have a TON of reviews so I knew I wanted to use them. Everyone loved the robes. They were custom made and very affordable.
I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend!
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