1. Studio Hours: Wedding Lighting / Part 1

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    This past weekend, I was lucky enough to have my parents come and visit for a quick weekend trip. The drive is about 7 hours, so weekend trips can be tough. We had an amazing time just chatting away about wedding plans and eating tasty food.

    Our goal for the weekend was to tackle some of our wedding DIYs we had on the list, the main one being the chandaliers that are going to hang above each farmhouse table. We were inspired by THIS image and took quite a bit of time sourcing the right materials to make them fit our aesthetic. We also put a lot of work into figuring out a better way to incorporate the mason jars with the wood beam…ultimately cutting holes and inserting the mason jar lids into the hole for a more seamless finish.

     

    Materials we sourced:

    1. Reclaimed wood panels – each was white washed and aged to perfection

    2. Vintage Mason Jars –  ( similar to these )

    3. Open Top Lids – to replace old lids ( buy here )

    4. Vintage Utility Rope ( similar to this )

    5. Hole Saw Drill Bit  + Drill ( buy here )

    ( More Lights By Veda House )

    COMMENTS FROM THE VEDA HOUSE READERS
    1. Anni says:

      I love this, it’s so simple and yet gorgeous.

    2. alicia says:

      The mason jar + wood looks awesome, beautiful simplicity.

    3. Stacia says:

      Seeing your beautiful wedding planning posts makes me nostalgic for this time last year when I was planning my own wedding, and makes me all the more excited to keep getting my wedding planning business off the ground. I’m looking forward to seeing all the beauties you come up with!

    4. Laura says:

      beautiful! You’ve definitely one-up’d that martha stewart post lol! It seems so scandinavian/oceanic.

    5. wendy says:

      what a great idea and gorgeous photos.

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