Who doesn’t love them?? If you saw this previous post, you know that we had ‘wedding brain’ for months on end! At one of them, my daughter was determined to share her heritage, and she promptly put me in charge of the ‘Bride’s Corner’. The reception was held in an old train station which turned out to be a beautiful setting! Called ‘The Roundhouse’, it has remained much as it was during its heyday when it functioned as the local depot.
There is an old train cart inside the depot that cannot be moved, and should therefore be used! Very rustic and beautiful. So this is where I set up the Bride’s Corner. Included were photos of her parents(us), both sets of grandparents and even MY wedding dress (the one I designed and handmade a few many years ago!).
Also included were my daughter’s bridal portrait, a watercolor of the doors of the wedding church, and the sign they made for their ‘save-the-date’ cards sent out months before the wedding.
I also can’t resist sharing a few photos of the reception décor!
Guests enjoyed the Bride’s Corner as they entered the reception!
See my wedding dress in the background at the ‘Bride’s Corner’?
Our daughter with her groom!
Do you have an idea for a unique way to share your heritage at a wedding?
Blessings to you today!
To see more photos of this wedding, go to No’Ala Magazine, pages 52-53!
Reception décor by In Bloom Floral Design Studio! They’re the best, too!! 😉