Well, the wedding is over. We made it thought the wind. And it was windy! So I didn't get to take as many nice pictures as I had hoped because wind was blowing decorations amuck and I was running around like a crazy person;) But here are a few projects I want to share with you.
This sign was hanging on the door as guest arrived along with a wreath I made. I didn't get a picture of that but I did snap a picture before I left. So in theory the sign was hanging on the door and read, "here comes the bride" before the ceremony and after the ceremony it read, "Mr and Mrs Reed." But the wind kept blowing it back and forth.
The favors were simple. We gave each guest a cup of flowers to plant. We used Alyssums because there were a pretty mixture of purple and white. We wrapped the cups with burlap and added a tag that read, " Let Love Grow, Nina and Carl, 5-26-12."
Here is the welcome table. A place for cards, Some Hersey kisses, and a cookie jar guest book.
The cake was very simple and decorated with frosting all I did was an it a simple cake topper.
This is a terrible picture. I should have gotten closer or backed up a bit but this was the table Nina and Carl ate at. I made this banner to hang across the front of the table. Sorry you see so much of the ground and none of the detail of the banner. I will see if I have some better pictures of this hanging around somewhere.
Table center pieces.
A simple ceremony table.
and the fam. Love them. So I officially have a new step-Father-in -Law. Pretty nice. Don't they all look great?Especially those three little babes. They were A-dorable!!
Hello. My name is Niki Toll and I am a Realtor by day and Stampin Up Demonstrator/ crafter by night. With two beautiful baby girls at home, they are my best creation (with the help of my husband) and the basis of my creativity and inspiration. Bless my husband for putting up with me and my crazy Stampin obsession!
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