Doesn't it look so sweet? She used rented white chairs and plain white tableclothes for a neutral backdrop to all the decor.
The centerpiece was a bird cage painted aqua, with faux birds and wildflowers. She used white plates, paper napkins from Ikea with a cute, Liberty-esque print, and mason jars with striped paper straws for drinks. She attached a lace ribbon and tag with each guest's name, so the jars also served as placecards. The coasters are spray-painted paper doilies.
She went into such detail- she replaced art in her picture frames with scrapbook paper, cut-out hearts, and the future bride and groom's initials. There were additional arrangements of wildflowers in mason jars.
I didn't get a picture of the lunch buffet, but the food went along with the country theme: smoked turkey and pork loin along with mini-buns and BBQ sauce, homemade potato salad, a black-eyed pea and vegetable salad, green bean bundles, and watermelon. Dessert was mini-pies!
The drinks: "Bride-to-Be Bellini" and "Love is Sweet Tea". So stinkin' cute!!
I actually made the favors: a little bird's nest filled with Jordan almonds and a stamped label that said "Love Birds".
And a picture of the bride-to-be!