Wedding details…DIY!

Many brides love DIY projects for their wedding details, I know I sure did!  They are fun to make and show off your personality. The details can also pull together a theme to give the guests some fun things to look at. At this quaint mountain wedding in Camino, CA (near Apple Hill) the large property was full of little surprises to help guests feel at home and find their way around.

The property was large and the signs were helpful!

DIY wedding details

The bride made her bouquet! It was amazing. Most of the jewelry and broaches were owned by family and there was a very special locket of her and her dad that made this very special.


The ring bearer was adorable! He walked down the aisle with a cute sign that made everyone smile.

placerville-wedding-photographer_0040placerville-wedding-photographer_0034Probably the most unique seating I have ever seen for a ceremony…quilts! The shade covered hillside was adorned with family quilts that made for a casual and close atmosphere.
Floral bouquets, boutonnières, and the brides bouquet were all hand made ahead of time and such a perfect touch for this beautiful mountain wedding.


The guest sign in was a tree on wood, and everyone signed a leaf. What a great piece of art for their home! The cards were placed in this vintage suitcase…they thought of everything!

card box and guest sign in tree

There was a refreshment stand for the wedding guests to snack on popcorn and drinks while they found their seats under the large pine trees.

diy wedding signs

placerville-wedding-photographer_0042diy vintage seating chart

The long farm style tables looked amazing with the pine forest backdrop and strung lights.

wedding farm tables

camino ca wedding

All of these little details made the wedding personal and looked so nice!

diy wedding signs

I will be featuring the photos from Terra and Nick’s forrest wedding in another blog coming soon! They are also available for viewing in my online wedding gallery!

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