We had a July garden wedding in a zoo. Nearly all of our decor and paper products were DIY, and I thought I'd share the finished products here. Our primary colors/motifs were turquoise and green, peacock feathers, and zebra print.
Ceremony Program - trifold, printed on standard computer paper, rhinestone on cover
Boutonierre - peacock feather + three sprigs of fresh lavendar, wrapped in pool-colored ribbon
Flower girl bouquet - sunflowers + green filler
Bridesmaid bouquets - assembled the day before from Farmer's Market flower finds, $7 total for each bouquet
Napkin rings - made from paper, 4x1.5 inch printed with zebra pattern, secured with double sided tape
Ribbon board with seating cards
Seating cards - each guest received a button designed for them based on their interests or inside jokes
Vellum-wrapped candles - printed zebra pattern onto adhesive vellum and wrapped candles throughout reception
Centerpieces - also made from Farmer's Market flowers the day before. Each bouquet in the center cost between $7-$10, and each center bouquet was flocked by two smaller vases with flowers and peacock feathers, $3 ea.
Table names - tables were named after animals at the zoo, represented by full color photos
All photos by Rathbone Images.