good golly, miss molly — i am over the flippin’ moon about the following wedding. it is without a doubt one of the most creative and precious things i’ve ever seen…seriously obsessed.
you can read the entire “story” right here. for now, i’ll attempt to touch on the highlights & do my best to keep from drooling while i do so.
the invitations: made to look like books complete with a library card holder in the inside cover — tucked inside: an engagement photo of the couple & “special instructions” to dress to impress, but wear comfortable clothes. the surprise: upon heading out of the church after the wedding ceremony guests were greeted by rows and rows of rented bikes. with a table of “supplies” near by and an invitation to get creative, guests spent some time decorating their new rides before taking off on an adventure!
picnic perfect: the bride and groom led the processional on their tandem bike to a local park where a yummy picnic lunch awaited guests. after soaking up a few rays & munching on picnic fair (off of CUTE recycled trays), the crew packed up and road to a local ice-cream shop where each guest received a coupon to create their own custom ice-cream sandwhich — adorable.
rainbow toast: the bike bergade mounted their rides one last time and headed over to a botanical garden where a rainbow of streamers and flutes of sparkling cider awaited guests to toast the happy new couple.
and AS IF it could get any better….it does.
putt-putt: later in the evening a slightly more traditional reception was held for the guests…sort of. in lieu of a typical dance floor and dj, derek & rebecca opted on a personalized, 6-hole mini golf course handmade by the bride’s dad instead. each hole told a little piece of the couple’s story and guests used handmade putters crafted by the father of the bride. PRESH.
talk about a HOLE IN ONE. perfection from start to finish.