My second cousin, Mallory is getting married. She’s a beautiful girl with a beautiful heart and when I was asked to help give her a Bridal Tea, I was thrilled to do so. The tea was an informal gathering of close friends and family held at a lovely cafe in Trussville, AL. The Chocolate Biscuit is a perfect venue for luncheons, teas or showers or just lunch with the girls. There were several Pinterest-type ideas at her tea, so I thought I’d share them with you.

The Chocolate Biscuit

Wanting to give Mallory a gift that fit into her “country chic” theme, I went thrifting and found a gently used picnic basket. I painted it with Van Gogh Chalk Paint and filled it with treats for their Wedding Night Picnic. Included were chips, nuts, chocolate, champagne, wine glasses, napkins and dessert plates.

Here is the before.

Wedding Night Picnic

 

Picnic Checkerboard

And here is the after… Millie wants to go, too.

Picnic with Millie

A window of memories.

The first time I saw you,
The first words you spoke,
The first time we held hands,
The first time we kissed…

Window of Memories

A small collection of bottles filled with baby’s breath line a window sill.

Ledge of Baby's Breath

Flowers are love’s truest language.

Small Bottle of Baby's Breath

Lace and burlap decorated mason jars are filled with flowers.

Mason Jar of Flowers

She’s been dreaming 
’bout her wedding dress
since she was a little girl..
white with lace, and flowing,
accents made of pearl.

Wedding Dress Cupcakes

And this handmade gift was a huge hit. Made out of a discarded pallet, stained and inscribed with their name and date of establishment.

Established 11-1-14

Mallory & Ross

Congratulations, Ross and Mallory!

Country Chick is all the rage for weddings these days. What are some of your wedding gift/bridal decor ideas?

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By Stephanie Lynn