Recently, I had the pleasure of coordinating Jeanie and Sean’s handmade DIY wedding. Whatย a fun-loving and craftsy couple! It was such a blast to help the bride put together all her handmade elements on her big day. There was no shortage of details in this wedding.

Beyond creating the altar, pew markers, favours, ring pillow and table numbers, the bride and her entourage also put together the bouquets, boutineeres and the floral centerpieces for 30+ tables! Even though I recommend against it for normal couples, she went above and beyond, and made it happen.

Everything turned out so wonderfully and it is a testament to all the hardwork and creativity the couple put into creating the perfect guest experience. Congrats again to Jeanie and Sean! Here are some teasers from their beautiful wedding at the Kortright Centre and Le Jardin.

DIY Handmade wedding - the bride.

DIY Handmade wedding - Badgley Mischka heels.

DIY Handmade wedding - recessional.

DIY Handmade wedding - Cake and cupcake tower from Le Dolci.

Their beautiful cake and cupcake tower from Le Dolci.

DIY Handmade wedding - Ask guests to add to your bucket list.

DIY Handmade wedding - hitched.

The bride and groom in traditional Vietnamese attire.

Thank you to the talented Renaissance Studios for the amazing photos! Can’t wait to see the rest of them.

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Rebecca Chan is a Toronto event designer and event planner. If you have a brand activation, media launch event, design project, trade show or a special event, connect with her today to see how we can collaborate on your next project.