Love this simple Maryland wedding feature today! It features a TON of DIY and the most adorable vintage carnival theme! Margaret & Justin got married at Union Mills Homestead and wanted something rustic and vintage. So once they decided upon the historic mill as their venue, the vintage carnival theme fell right into place. They shared, “It allowed us to play up both of our tastes. I love everything vintage and Justin likes the rustic look, so it was the perfect compromise. The theme came together beautifully and was perfect for our venue.”
Thanks to Brenda Murphy Photography for sharing this one with us!
Margaret & Justin’s Vintage Carnival Themed Wedding at Union Mills in Maryland
Photographer: Brenda Murphy Photography | Flowers: Blossoms & Baskets | Catering: Kountry Kafe Katering | Bridesmaids Shoes: Blowfish Shoes | Bride’s Shoes: Chinese Laundry | Bride’s Dress: David’s Bridal | Groom & Groomsmen Attire: JCPenney | Bridesmaids Dresses: Old Navy | DJ: Shewsical | Hair & Makeup: Bladerunner | Bride’s Jewelry: Antique Stores | Event Venue: Union Mills Homestead Foundation, Inc. | Submitted via Two Bright Lights
All paper ware (like the place cards and table numbers) my husband made and we printed at Kinkos. My brother made the cut out face board and we borrowed the popcorn machine. Basically we made pretty much everything ourselves.
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We tried to add as many special touches as possible. Some of our favorites included the striped popcorn bags on the tables and the oversized balloons on the picnic tables. We choice to use vintage medicine bottles for centerpieces, which was another personal touch we both loved. We brought a vintage popcorn machine as well as a home-made picture stand. We really tried to personalize the wedding with our own creativity and style.
Congratulations Margaret & Justin! Thank you for sharing your awesome vintage carnival themed Maryland wedding with us! A special thanks again to Brenda Murphy Photography for sharing this one with us via Two Bright Lights.