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Today’s wedding has so much lovely DIY and such sweet personal touches, it has “pinning” written all over it.  So go ahead and get started (and don’t forget you just have to hover over the photos and my ‘pin it’ button will show up. It’s that easy!) and be inspired by Lindsey & DJ’s wedding.

rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft and burlap details | keira grace photography
I absolutely loved my brooch bouquet. Each one of the brooches were given to me at my bridal shower from all of the women. I received dozens of them, many of them held sentimental value to those I received them from. My florist Jill Wallis put this together for me. 
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
Among the many DIY projects were the ceremony doorway entrance and burlap curtains, the kraft paper crossword programs, the seating chart, kraft paper menus, and table numbers.
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
Don’t you just love these celebratory photos!? These are always my favorite.
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
It was so special to have my 96-year old grandma in town for the wedding who had traveled all the way from Kansas to be there.
rustic DIY wedding with kraft & burlap details | photos by keira grace
How did you make your wedding YOU?
I have always envisioned getting married outside and when we went to The Farm it just felt like the perfect setting with the lush pecan trees, large grassy areas, rustic romantic elements. I am from Kansas originally so this setting felt very much at home to me. It was charming, simple and elegant. I think DJ really loved the venue for the wide open space and natural setting that didn’t feel stuffy or formal but comfortable and more casual. 
 
I feel like I can tell the type of people Lindsey and DJ are through their wedding.  Their personalities seem to shine through.  And I love those burlap curtains that were pulled open for the bride’s appearance and walk down the aisle!  Any favorite details for you?
{Vendors} Photographer: Keira Grace / Venue: The Farm at South Mountain / Florals and Decor: Jill Wallis / Music: Platinum Day Entertainment / Desserts: Nothing Bundt Cakes / Bridal Gown: Maggie Sottero (Kristie) / Shoes: Francos Sarto (ceremony) & Boots: Target / Hair piece: Bought at Hobby Lobby / Bridesmaid dresses: Dessy Group – After Six – Style 6609 in Marigold / Boots: Volatile “Denver” Boots / Hair designer: L’mage Studios / Makeup: MAC / Suits: Tommy Hilfiger / Vintage Truck: Bride’s Stepfather’s self-restored 1936 Ford
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