On Sunday, we celebrated the marriage of my oldest daughter and her new son. It was an absolutely gorgeous day with temps in the high 60's and very little wind. I can't remember when I've been so happy!!! I guess except for my wedding day! And yes, I did make them a quilt, except it is in pieces because I could never work on it when she wasn't around. It is a double wedding ring made with Amy Butler fabrics.
I had a bridesmaids brunch the day before. This is the bride, my daughter Catie. I borrowed vintage hats from a friend who runs a B&B and all the girls wore them.
The colors of the wedding were pink, yellow and white and I decorated accordingly. 14 ladies in all attended
Here I am enjoying the day.
This is my precious niece from Seattle who was included in the festivities.
The beautiful bride in the arm of her daddy, my DH
Her dress was stunning. Dupioni silk and Spanish lace. She didn't want to spend $100 on a veil, so she figured it out and made it for under $5. She's got the crafting gene!
This is my baby, the MOH. She was so wonderful and supportive through this whole process.
Giving her away, which was much easier than I thought. He is a wonderful man.
Our famiy. DMIL second from the left. Notice the tissue paper poms. We have been DIYing for the past several months. Invites, programs, decoratiions all made by my daughter and I.
The flowers were wonderful. Vases of big blooms in the chapel windows and on the tables.
We had cakes at every table decorated with fresh flowers. The cake at the head table was two tier. I made all of the table runners. We collected vases for month from the Good will for all of the table flowers.