Alvina Valenta Couture wedding dress, bought off Craigslist ($700), flower girl dresses bought off eBay ($25), matching sweaters from Macy's clearance ($15).
Prada shoes from DSW, $130. A friend made my garter.
Matching Calvin Clien Bridesmaid dresses from Macy's clearance, $70.
Our bouquets, bunched, wrapped in hankies and mine was tied with a long ribbon.
Bridesmaids bouquets were mini calla lilies in blush, mine was a mix of large and mini calla lilies in blush and wine, with a few peacock swords added in.
My hair clip came from Forever 21. $2.99.
Best picture of my veil I could find ($30), with added bling from Forever 21... necklace was $5.99. ring was $1.99, earrings were mine.
I got these butterfly clips for the flower girls at H&M ($3.99). They were too heavy for both of the girl's hair so they clipped them on their dresses.
The flower girl bouquets are the some of the paper flowers that were made, these were an ivory organic cotton paper I got on super clearance from Flax. I estimate each bouquet cost around $5 to make. Was especially perfect for happy little girls to toss around and not have to worry about.
Paper pinwheels and peacock feathers lined each row of chairs at the ceremony, the ground was sprinkled with hundreds of my paper flowers. This was really great because in Golden Gate Park, it was illegal to use real flowers or rice on the ground.
Larger view of how the decorations were placed, you can see how we also used the paper flowers to make an aisle for me to walk down.
I hand-cut butterflies out of the scrap booking paper, wrote each person's name on it to tell them where they sat, and hung them off the wine glasses.
I loved this banner, I used a template off Martha Stewart Weddings for it and printed it in my cheap-o discount paper. It hung over the present table.
Centerpieces, I wish the light was a little better, but all flowers were hand made, the butterfly confetti was hand punched, I made all the table numbers (again Martha Stewart Weddings). The vases were $1.50/each at the Flower Mart.
I made the menus too, template again from Martha Stewart Weddings on my cheep-o discount paper.