Real Wedding: Paul and Cassie

I don’t know what it is about Jonas Peterson, but he always seems to shoot AMAZING weddings. And Paul and Cassie’s nuptials are no exception. This wedding has such a vintage handmade feel to it…yet the simplicity and clean aesthetic is completely modern. It’s altogether lovely!

I’ve included all of Cassie’s sources for vendors and decor at the end of the, which is ever so helpful! I always love to know where crafty brides discover all of their delightful finds.

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Here’s what Josie said about her resources:

Dress:  Carla Zampatti
Shoes:  Witchery
Cake:  The Welsh Lady
Cupcakes:  Carousels
Decorations:
Etsy: wall/window decals, owl figurines, hair flower, paper forest animal masks, noodle box tags, clay “love” & “forever” tags on bottles
Ebay: mexican day of the dead dolls
Ikea: white lanterns and fairy light halo
Paddington Antique Markets: Vintage bottles, milk bottles, medicinal bottles
Pinecones, leaves, tree branches collected from neighbourhood walks – for months, we never left the house without empty plastic bags🙂
Candy Buffet: collected misc vases/jars & purchased bulk candy from Confectionery Warehouse
Tablecloths and yellow gingham table runners: handmade “with love” by mom
Wedding Tree, Wishing Well/Bird Cage, Guest Book, white chocolate candy apples: handmade by me
Photo slide show & ipod playlist extraordinaire: Paul

4 Comments

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4 responses to “Real Wedding: Paul and Cassie

  1. Katie Bond

    The wedding tree print is wonderful! What a unique idea. I’m planning a wedding for a couple who’ve created a little lovebird sketched logo (they’re not the monogram type!) and a take on this would be a perfect guestbook. Thanks for sharing this!

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  3. I really love every detail. Wonderful.

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