My wedding was truly personal and I, along with my family, created nearly every aspect of it. The reception was in the front yard of my grandparents old family farm house. I had dreamed of having it here since I was a girl. With this stately white house in the background, fields of green grass, overflowing flower pots, and a gently rocking porch swing, very little decoration was needed. The only really necessary decoration was candle light. After all, how could anyone have a romantic and whimsical wedding reception without candle light?
This was truly one of the easiest projects I undertook, but made such an impact.
For each candle holder I used:
- a mason jar from Goodwill (or any jar I could find in my mom's cabinents)
- floral wire
- needle nose pliers
- a candle
Well, right now I have cottage cheese and spinach stuffed chicken cooking in the oven. It's a new recipe that I'm so excited about. If it's good I will share it on here in the next few days. If it's not good, well, I guess I'll hang my head in shame, give my husband a bowl of cereal, and pretend I never mentioned it here.