Pumpkin-licious Wedding {Megan + Brian}

These DIY wedding photos are pumpkin-licious. The shutterbug behind the lens was Ayres Photography.

Megan and Brian were married in New York in a wedding that was filled to the brim with diy elements.

The talented bride was heavily involved in all the lovely diy element and explained, “I did several DIY projects for the wedding to keep within our tight budget. Our total wedding was less than $25,000. The table settings were created through the use of IKEA lanterns and candles from a candle factory outlet store. The pumpkins that were used for the ceremony were seasoned with glitter to give them an extra sparkle”.

The wedding favors were also diy’ed by the bride, “The candy jars were Mason Jars tied with lime green ribbon. Tags were tied on each jar with sticker letters that said, Enjoy. It was such an easy project that added a special touch to the reception. We also only placed the jars at the dance floor tables, so people could munch on a few M&M’s while watching us do the traditional first dance, garter toss, etc. Another thing I did myself was the sparkler tags. I purchased blank tags and used a paper hole cutter to create two holes for the sparklers to go through. I used a stamp with MCB on it for Megan and Brian Canavan”.

Congratulations Megan and Brian and thank you for sharing your inspiring diy wedding photos.







Megan and Brian’s Style Guide

Photographer: Ayres Photography

Caterer: Dina’s at the Mont

Floral Designer: Countryside Flowers

Reception Venue: Holimont Ski Resort

Invitation Designer: Mug and Pia

Dress Designer: Watters & Watters

DJ: Southtown Sound

  1. Chris says:

    Lovely wedding, simple, tasteful, elegant arrangements, great photography. Megan and helpers are wonderfully creative, and mindful of what makes sense.

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