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before and after

before & after: kc and sara’s table (and wedding!)

by Grace Bonney

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newlyweds kc and sara giessen refurbished this donated dining table in such a fun and playful way i couldn’t resist sharing. they took a standard wooden table, the kind i remember growing up with in so many different houses, and painted on this fun plate and silverware pattern. i love simple projects like this where the end result is something so clever and whimsical. thanks to kc and sara for sharing!

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also, since i have a new martha post up today (wedding photo advice anyone?), i couldn’t resist sharing these gorgeous shots from kc and sara’s wedding. i can only hope that our wedding looks half as beautiful as theirs did. that wooden backdrop with the chandelier? wow. seriously? wow. [all of the gorgeous photos were taken by the talented kyle hale]

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[custom salsa jars]

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[save the date]

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