Indie DIY Wedding
- Let's begin with the venue. No local place can match the cultivated charm of Terrain at Styers, Urban Outfitters' garden/home store in Glen Mills. Who wouldn't want to tie the knot under
- A DIY wedding is all about being thrifty and ingenuitive without sacrificing the overall aesthetic. That said, a true DIY bride doesn't pay retail for her gown. Instead, she scours consignment bridal boutiques like Sa
- A delicate lace veil will only get snagged in your succulent bouquet. Opt for a flower crown by Philly florist Sullivan Owen, $125. (Image credit:
- Just like the DIY touches of the ceremony, these bowties are handcrafted—from vintage fabric remnants, no less. (Bowties, $68 by Philly's Forage)
- Conventional flowers for an indie bride? No way. These beauties are organically grown. (Earth-friendly bouquets from eco-florist Hana & Posy. Image credit: Hana &
- The sparkle and shine of this mercury glass votive and tray ($12 at The Little Apple) will complement your burlap tablerunner.
- The signature cocktail needs to made from Art in the Age spirits, obviously...
- ...and be served in Anniversary Ball Mason Jars ( $17.95/6pk at Paper Source). Don't forget the paper straws.
- Eggs and butter need not apply. Chow down on this wedding cake from South Street's vegan bakery, Sweet Freedom Bakery.
- From Etsy, this LOVE Cake Topper ($110) is a nod to Philly without being too "theme-y."
- Provide these Liberty Bell Cookie Favors ($4.50/ea at Fishtown's Whipped Bakeshop) for the eggs-and-butter set.
- Send 'em home with Marcie Blaine's Philly Series Chocolates, $17.95/9pc box.