1 August 2010

more wedding workshop!


I woke up today thinking there was not much weddingy stuff to do this weekend, however, whilst thoughts whirled about in my pea brain, I decided that we needed MORE bunting, that 2 and a half kilometres was not sufficient. So, I set about chopping up an old linen sheet that i bought at a car boot for 10p!
Nao did a great job re-painting this blackboard that we found in the market, and I couldn't wait to attack it with the chalk. This is just a practice idea, and not what we are actually going to have on there, but it was good fun anyway!

...and when we saw the two come together, we got all excited about how it's going to look!


I made then, another two strings of bunting and hung them up in the meadow, just to see of course!


then, after a cup of tea and a brazil nut biscuit, we sat admiring what we had done and our minds wandered about how our wedding is going to be and I began thinking if we had quite enough bunting yet? 


Tonight we are going to compile our wedding tunes! a big job me thinks...time to get out me ol'CD collection, ...uh oh, plug your ears!!!

13 comments:

  1. How lovely your bunting and blackboard look!

    Our wedding music was the thing we found easiest! Fortuntely, we both like the same stuff for the most part!

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  2. How lovely your bunting and blackboard look!

    Our wedding music was the thing we found easiest! Fortuntely, we both like the same stuff for the most part!

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  3. Wow so much bunting! I made a metre the other day and felt proud of myself... Best of luck. Your wedding looks like it's going to be amazing.
    Love the new blog layout by the way.

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  4. Your images are beautiful! My friends getting married in two weeks too! I can't wait to see your pics! xxx

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  5. It has been so interesting watching your wedding journey. Your bunting rocks. So does your beautiful jewellery. Will you be making more pieces with liberty print? I kind of think you have your hands full, so perhaps not for a while! Good luck with everything, it looks wonderful!

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  6. How on earth do you manage to make your lettering look so fab, because that looks like a regular stick of chalk and when I do our chalkboard at work, it looks icky unless I use a chalk-pen, which is a devil to erase.

    At the wedding we went to this Saturday, two of the pieces of music were the same as at our wedding (16 years ago). So very evocative - choose well.

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  7. I can't wait to see photos of the actual wedding day... it's going to look amazing!

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  8. bunting and blackboard envy.. beautiful writing and beautiful names! Can't believe how close the big day is now.. and we've left the music in the capable hands of a friend who I don't think has looked at it yet. arhhh

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  9. Love the practice hanging in the meadow! x

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  10. Lord, I don't even know you two proper, but I'm so freaking excited! It's going to be beautiful!

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  11. You are the absolute queen of bunting!! No wonder you're getting excited, everything looks so great!! Enjoy the next 2 weeks of anticipation :D Can't wait to see the wedding pics either!! :)

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  12. What Melina said. Literally cannot wait until we get to see pictures and hear all about the big day!!!

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  13. just received my crochet blanket in the post! its amazing thank you!! !

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