Ornamental crafts made from paper, lace, ribbons, buttons, and other scrapbook materials were used to spruce up the occasion. Beth Amat did an unconventional take on the usual floral bouquets and crafted paper flowers and used ribbons for the flower girls' headbands, and had buttons for the groomsmen's boutonnieres. The church was adorned with white and yellow flowers on paper cones, while the veranda reception was decorated with birdcages and yellow flowers in small white vases. As suggested by Ernest Pascual, star-shaped confetti made of yellow and white Japanese paper showered the couple upon their exit from the church. Sig herself created the pompoms that adorned the seats for their special guests, as well as the pinwheels that doubled as table numbers.
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