Tuesday, October 9, 2012

A Wedding and a Buffet...

Our oldest daughter, Rebekah was married this past 
weekend. Such a beautiful time in her life and 
we feel so blessed to add a new son to our family! 

We did a ton of DIY projects for the
wedding including this buffet.
We painted it white and distressed
 it lightly, leaving the top a
natural wood with stain.

The chruch we attend is more modern in decor,
so we wanted to add something up front for an altar.

Rebekah had found antique church windows at 
an anitque store in our town. The windows came out 
of the church that my husband attended as a child
until we were married. Rebekah's fiance(at the time) 
Cameron, bought them for her to use at
 the wedding and on down the road in their home.
We attached one window to the buffet
 for the front of the church.
This piece turned out so beautiful, 
and has such sentimental value as well.
 
Here is the happy couple at the reception.
We framed the other window in a door frame and
 placed old doors on either side
for the back drop behind the bridal table.

We were very pleased with how 
both projects turned out. 

This is the only shot I have at the moment of the
 bridal party table with the back drop of doors.
I will post more along with
our other projects soon. 

In the meantime here is a shot of our baby girl
just before the ceremony.
Rebekah, We prayed for your husband since 
you were just a tiny girl.
We are so thankful that the Lord answered 
our prayers with Cameron.
Our prayer for you both now is love,
 joy, happiness, and above all a
Christ centered marriage....
We love you both!
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15 comments:

  1. What a beautiful altar and what a beautiful bride! Congratulations! :)Meghan

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  2. Very beautiful altar, I've seen only a few projects like that before, but am thinking I might do this as well for my wedding - whenever that happens...
    It turned out great, and the newly married couple looks amazing, and very happy as well. Congrats to them!

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  3. So beautiful! What a great idea for more contemporary churches.

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  4. well ok the buffet is gorgeous, i will give you that..... but your daughter? stunning!

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    1. Thanks Cassie for stopping by and for the sweet comment! I had been away from blogging for awhile but hope to get back at it!

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  5. What a fabulous idea!! It did turn out so great! And you daughter is extremely lovely! Congrats!
    Coming from The Shabby Creek Cottage. ;)

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  6. What a great idea. Your daughter is very pretty. The setting is lovely. Looking forward to seeing you at MDC :)

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  7. Coming to you from VIntage Inspiration... Your daughter is absolutely beautiful! The stained glass window and buffet made a beautiful setting for the wedding!

    ~Now following you!

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  8. What a gorgeous piece! I love that you used it for a wedding. My sister is getting married in the spring and I would have loved this piece fot her cake table. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  9. What a beautiful pice of furniture! And what a beautiful daughter :)
    Your newest follower - would love to have you come by and follow back when you have the time!

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  10. such a beautiful piece and the sentimental value of the window alone would make it beautiful but the restoration and its place in the ceremony was perfect! Congratulations to your daughter! thanks for sharing :-)

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  11. What a wonderful way to add uniqueness and individuality to a wedding! Now Rebekah and Cameron have décor for the home they will be building together that will be a memorial of their special day. ;)

    Thanks for sharing at Time Travel Thursday. I hope you'll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop in tonight to see yourself featured.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage

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  12. oh my! I don't know what's prettier, the buffet or the bride. Your daughter is beautiful, and I'm happy for you all and wish the newlyweds all the best!
    gail

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  13. so so pretty! Thanks so much for linking up last Friday. Hope to see you back tomorrow to link up and see if you were featured or even won the free ad space!
    http://www.oneprojectcloser.com/the-humble-brag-link-party-4/

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  14. What a beautiful and special addition to the wedding! And, your daughter is a gorgeous bride. Congratulations!!

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