The shells in our house are from my travels across the US - California, Texas, Alabama, and Florida. There are other shells in the collection that were purchased from the Shell Shoppe in Morro Bay when we visited my grandparents. As I said earlier, the shells you find in our place are part of my story, not our story. (If you follow my food blog, you'll get a glimpse at my collection next week.)
If shells are part of your story and you'd like to include them in your wedding, here are some things other couples have done.
|Credits (from left to right): Styling by Flowers on the Green, spotted on Sparkle & Hay; Martha Stewart Weddings by Sandals Resorts - Seaside Serenade Package, spotted on I "Do It" Yourself; Photographed by Erin and Fredrick of Aregrayline Photography, spotted on Delightfully Engaged.|
|Credits: Left - Bottom - Photographed by Brett Harkness, spotted on Love My Dress. Top Right - Photographed by Jonathan Wherrett, spotted on Polka Dot Bride; .. Middle Top -|
|Credits (from left to right): Photographed by Brett Harkness, spotted on Love My Dress;|
Did you incorporate shells into your wedding? How?