Tiff and Leo had the sweetest spring wedding, full of cheery colors and mismatched flea market style. Erin Hearts Court was there to capture the day.

Jaclyne from Heavenly Blooms used a variety of flowers, including baby’s breath and craspedia.

From Tiff: “My bridesmaids gave me a full set of random teacups and teapots for my bridal shower. I really wanted to use them so my florist put arrangements in them and hung them on shepherd’s hooks along the aisle. She also had the brilliant idea of lining the aisle with a baby’s breath garland. We used both the teapot arrangements and the baby’s breath garland to decorate our head family tables.”

My maid of honor is a graphic designer, and she designed our save the dates, invites, program fans, escort cards, and our wedding tree guestbook. She created our cartoon faces and then I used that on everything. For the escort cards, she illustrated tiny maps of the venue so that our guests would be able to find their tables and the different food stations easily. We made the boards where they were posted by covering regular foam boards with fabric and stringing twine across them. We used mini clothespins to hang each escort card.

(I love this detail!) We started dating in college and we both got our degrees in nutrition, so I thought miniature fruit trees would be perfect for our centerpieces. Many of the orange trees and kumquat trees had fruit on them! I also made little tags for each of the fruit trees to show what fruit it would grow. We covered the pots of the trees in all kinds of different fabric to make everything look fun and lively. I figured it would be nice if our guests took the trees home and planted them. That way, every time they ate fruit from it, they would remember our special day.

Each tier of the cake was a different flavor: coconut, red velvet, and carrot cake. There was also a dessert buffet, with mini cupcakes, peanut butter chocolate whoopie pies, fruit cobbler, fresh fruit, and assorted brownie bites and lemon bar bites. Tiff made the cake topper herself with clothespins and other materials from Michael’s. The groom’s tie was made with the same fabric as Leo’s tie.

Venue: The Clarke Estate in Santa Fe Springs, CA

Bride’s dress / shoes: San Patrick / Old Navy

Veil / flower headpiece: Goff Couture / Twigs & Honey

Groom’s suit / tie: Jimmy Au’s / Tux & Tulle

Bridesmaid dresses: Amanda Archer

Flowers: Heavenly Blooms

Cake: Auntie Em’s Kitchen

Congratulations Tiff and Leo! Thank you for sharing your wedding with us, and thank you to Erin Hearts Court for sending over these great pics from the day.

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  1. Wrinkle in Time Photography

    Yum, the flowers look soooo lush, the tea-cup vases are unbelievably cute, the cartoon fan is adorable and I love the organic table setting with the grass! Too many wonderful little details!

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  2. People St.Clair

    Everything about this wedding is beautiful. I love the tea cups as vases down the aisle that is such a creative idea.

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  3. Emma

    thse photos are amazing, what a beautiful wedding!! i love the flowers hanging in the teacups!

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  4. Heavenly Blooms

    Thank you for featuring Leo & Tiffanie's wedding Kathryn! Their wedding day was filled with details created with lots of love…

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  5. ever ours

    love the flowers and yay for heavenly blooms! love the fans as well. and as usual, gorgeous pics from erin hearts court.

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  6. Jessica [ frequently full ]

    Wow, what a beautiful wedding! I especially love the use of teacups as aisle decor! I actually visited this venue while planning my own wedding and is quite surprised to see that this wedding was held there. It makes me wish we had of used it!

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  7. Carolynpom

    I wore the same bridesmaid dress (in brown) for my brother's wedding!Such a great dress, and Amanda is so easy to work with.LOVED the cake topper

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  8. Angela Cappetta

    This wedding is utterly delightful. I love how easy they made it look. Well done.http://www.angelacappetta.com

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  12. Jamie

    I know it’s years late but I just stumbled upon this gorgeous wedding and wondered if the MOH is contractable for some more wedding programs?

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