This Couple’s Family Helped Them Create All of Their Decor

From custom woodwork, to hand-crafted necklaces for the bridal party, every detail of Jessica and Michael’s wedding day was totally DIY. “Our families were very helpful in making it all happen. His parents spent hours upon hours crafting various details for us and with us. My mom was always eager to help whenever I asked for it as well. When my maid of honor moved back home, she even used her talents as a jewelry designer to craft all the bridesmaid necklaces,” says Jessica.

Even friends pitched in to make the wedding unforgettable! “A week before our wedding, several friends from out-of-state flew in to spend time with us. They helped finish crafts, bake all of the sweets and round up the last of the details. The day before our wedding they were all on-hand helping to transform the barn and bring our vision to reality. We felt so much support.”

Scroll through Jessica and Michael’s DIY burlap and lace details, bright flowers (by Studio Emme), rustic barn venue (Rosenwood Farm in Afton, MN), and their colorful decor as captured by Concept Photography, below and here to get an idea of the event they created!

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From the album: A Rosenwood Farm Wedding in Afton, Minnesota

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  • 08/19/14 at 03:09

    Their day looked absolutely fantastic! I just love the vintage feel and that last shot with the paper sky lanterns. Congrats to the happy couple!

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