Amazing DIY Backyard Vintage Wedding

The wedding of Kelsie Corcoran and Andrew Gallegos was, simply put, AMAZING. Married in August of 2012 in Mahommet, Illinois, Kelsie planned her dream-come-true wedding to be a DIY affair that involved lots of family help. From the bride, “As a cancer survivor planning my wedding was literally a dream come true.”

The wedding of Kelsie Corcoran and Andrew Gallegos was, simply put, AMAZING. Married in August of 2012 in Mahommet, Illinois, Kelsie planned her dream-come-true wedding to be a DIY affair that involved lots of family help. From the bride, "As a cancer survivor planning my wedding was literally a dream come true. Andrew and I met in college and loved planning our backyard vintage wedding. Our wedding was a DIY wedding. My mom helped make the floral arrangements and cake.

My sister and I made all the details and buntings at the reception. Our DIY wedding had an approximate budget of $7000. I wore my grandmother's necklace and she placed it on me before the ceremony. I also have a twin brother who was a part of my bridal party. We gave him the official title of 'bridestwin' and it was so much fun getting pictures with my girls and my twin."

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Images Courtesy of: Jeremy & Kristin

From the ribbon recessional, to the mini apple pie desserts, to the vintage hanky buntings – I loved this wedding (It reminded me SO much of my own!). What was your favorite part?