This wedding had me with the DIY details and the sweet little girls.  Jill’s three daughters were very involved in the wedding and they are just too adorable for words!

I mean, seriously, HOW CUTE are those little girls!?  And I love this family photo at the end!  Here’s a little bit from Jill, the bride, on how they made their wedding “THEM”:

We had fun personalizing the wedding with a few DIY projects: spray painting mason jars and accenting with lace trim, decorating the reception tables with runners made out of plastic lace tablecloths from US Toy, the blessing tree with lights that had cards that we stamped with the T+J, the florist did moss initials with beautiful ribbon, my maid of honor made all kinds of things including a flower basket for my daughter out of an old hat, a sign for my junior bridesmaid that read “here comes the bride” on one side and had our theme T + J on the other side. 
The day was so amazing but I think my favorite moment was the time right before the wedding where we spoke andtouched hands but didn’t see each other as we stood on opposite sides of a door, the anticipation of seeing each other and becoming husband and wife – and the picture that captured that moment is priceless to me.
I love the sweet personal details and how included the daughters were in this wedding.  Just precious!  What do you think?  What part is your favorite?

{Vendors}  Venue: Wornall Road Baptist Church / Photographer: Amanda Perry / Makeup/Hair/Catering: friends of the bride & groom / Florist: Victorian Gardens Floral Design