Monday, March 22, 2010

Molly & Logan: Pinwheels Galore

I had the pleasure of working with Molly beginning in the fall of 2008. She was one of those totally organized brides whom I love to work with as not only wasn't her wedding not until May of 2009 (which gave us lots of time to work out the details), she also already had the perfect vision of her wedding day. And, lucky for me, her vision involved a fun pinwheel filled wedding.
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She is pictured with her hubby, Logan, above. As you can see pinwheels were pulled into almost every aspect of their big day. Yes, those are fondant pinwheels, on her wedding cake! How cool is that? I just love when something looks good enough to eat, and considering my love for pinwheels, I would so love to take a bite out of one of these cuties. (Although who am I kidding? I couldn't destroy such a precious pinwheel - even if I am 38 weeks pregnant and am craving all things sugar.) :)
And, just look at her Save the Dates - not only are they gorgeous, the cards were also enclosed in a pinwheel fold. See, I wasn't fibbing when I said that pinwheels were used in almost every aspect of the wedding. (Save the Date and Invite Photos courtesy of Giddy Ink.)

The invites were equally as gorgeous - I was instantly in love with their monogram. Just look how the 'M' and the 'L' melt together. Just perfect.

As Molly and Logan left the church they were greeted by their guests waving these 'Love' themed pinwheels. Molly did a great job finding the above scrapbook paper that matched her colors and theme perfectly.

Aren't Molly and Logan the cutest?
In all of their photos you can just see how much they enjoyed their fun-filled day.
Another just totally unique part of their wedding - the wedding party left the church and arrived at the reception in a trolley. Yes, you heard me right - a trolley. It doesn't get much more fun than that. And no, they aren't in San Francisco - they wed in Ohio!
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Look at the above pinwheel just a spinning in the wind of the trolley!
When guests arrived at the reception hall, they were instructed where to seat with our pinwheel place cards. Once again, Molly found the perfect favor for these little cuties and I printed their wedding monogram on the inside of these pinwheels. Lisa from Pen & Ink Calligraphy did an awesome job hand lettering the place cards.

The pinwheels were propped into candy filled votive holders.

Oh, just look at the beautiful sea of pinwheels ...

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Thanks Molly and Logan for allowing us to feature your wedding on our site.
I'm sure the photos will bring much fun to our followers.
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Thanks as well to Kitty Maer Photography for not only capturing such wonderful images but allowing for us to share them.
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2 comments:

Jenn said...

Hi! I found your blog through my 6 degrees of blogging tour. Love your pinwhirls! If you ever want to use my blog to host a giveaway to draw business to your site let me know...you are already featured now on my 6 degrees of blogging post :)

Stompface said...

ohhh gosh, this is wonderful!

Would love to place an order on some pinwheels for my wedding in November!

Was wanting to give the guests one as they entered so there would be a sea of pinwheels at the ceremony. Should be around 70.

And maybe a few bigger ones that we could stick in the grass and place around the area.

Thinking in blues and creams? And with our names on them??

I shot you a comment a couple of months ago if you still remember, couldn't see an email on your blog? But I am a little over excited by all these glorious pinwheels so may have missed it!

yay!

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