If you love bridesmaids in cowboy boots, lots of DIY, and adorable ring bearers then today is your lucky day!  This bride really wanted everything in her wedding to be personal and have meaning.  After seeing these gorgeous photos by Lissa Anglin, I’d say she succeeded!  The ring bearer’s badge and the “legacy of love”wall of family wedding photos are my two favorite unique details, but the table numbers, framed photos, and chalkboards throughout are great touches too!

Some words from the gorgeous bride: 
One of my favorite things to work on was probably the table numbers; it also took the most time.  I really enjoyed going through the thousands and thousands of pictures of both Randy and I to select one photo of when he and I were a certain age.  My mom had the idea of the charms on the bouquets which I loved; I really wanted everything to mean something, therefore this touch was exactly what I was going for.  My mom is the secretary at a high school in Houston.  The students enrolled in the culinary program were delighted to make all of the delicious sugar cookies that we used as favors.  Most of the decorations really did come from my house, I love lanterns and anything that I can find that looks vintage.  Love, love, love antique shops.  Randy and I went got all of our frames for our engagement photos at garage sales.  One of his “honey do” jobs was to build something out of them, and this is what he came up with..he’s pretty great.  

So what is your favorite DIY detail from this sweet wedding?  And how adorable is that ring bearer!?

Photographer:  Lissa Anglin Photography via Two Bright Lights / Caterer:  cowamongus / Reception Venue:  Spirit Ranch / Dress Store:  Bella’s / Cake Designer:  United Market Street / DJ:  Sure-Fire Entertainment / Tuxedo and Mens Attire:  Tuxedo Junction / Bridesmaid Dresses:  J. Crew