Real Wedding: Doug + Paige’s Fun Carnival Wedding

I’m so excited to share this fun vintage carnival wedding of Doug + Paige. Their ceremony was at the LDS Newport Temple in Newport Beach CA. After the ceremony, they went to the beach for some fun photos. Then, it was time for their vintage carnival themed reception! How sweet is this!?

The wedding was designed by the very creative Heather and her team at Amorology and the photography is by the talented Jamie Hammond. This looked like such a fun wedding! They had a a ferris wheel, balloon artist, photo booth, carnival games, you name it!

Thanks so much to Heather and Jamie for letting me share this fun wedding with you guys and congrats to Doug + Paige on your wedding!

carnival wedding

The color palette was aqua, red and soft cotton candy pink. The bridesmaids dresses were custom made by Paige’s sister (as well as the red feather headbands). I love Paige’s hair. Oh, and the flower girl – so adorable!

carnival wedding

carnival tickets

The invitation was created by Details by Ramey and it was a perfect introduction to the fun that was to come. Included in the invitation was a large ticket that was redeemable at the ticket booth for tickets to be used throughout the night. Each guest was handed enough tickets to visit each vendor at the carnival.

carnival invitation

The tables were placed with various shades of rolls of tickets that raised up the centerpieces and gave height to the gorgeous arrangements of dusty miller, peonies, roses, stock and gerbera daises created by Twigg Botanicals. Mason jars tied with red grosgrain ribbon also found their way to the table to serve as candle votives.

carnival tickets

kissing booth

I love this candy booth filled with all types of candy. The custom pennants were made by Jenn of Pincushion Princess and hung against the striped booth backdrops that Armorology created. All of the vintage style ticket signs were designed by Courtney Scowby Designs. The cake was done by Heidleburg Bakery in Orange County.

candy bar

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Want to see even more? Check out these posts here and here on the Amorology Blog.