The backdrop was a long piece of driftwood, with white paper flowers and small pieces of driftwood hung from fishing line. The actual “guest book” was that big wood slice that I wood burned their names on. Advice for the bride and groom was written on smooth river rocks and dropped into a vase with pussy willow branches in it. It was fun creating something unique and cute for this table!
Ahhhh! I’m home! After leaving town for a bit, I’m back and ready to hit the ground running, starting with this antique buffet which will be transformed with Arles:
It has been WAY too long since I’ve painted furniture, so I’m exited to get going and CREATE!
Here are a few pics from what I’ve been up to the past couple weeks (taken with my phone and a couple I stole from friends).
My sister’s wedding was at a secluded lodge, only accessible by boat or a 45 minute hike.
From the hike back at dusk close where we saw a bear:
The lodge ceiling that took us 2 hours with a very tall ladder and 3 other people. We used white and yellow tissue paper poms, 61 yards of fabric bunting,and several clear strings of lights.
The table centerpieces!
A pic of the guest book table! !
The photog’s collage:
The bride, my sister! And I did her hair and makeup! Something about wedding day bliss and genuine happiness makes every bride simply stunning!
After that whirlwind wedding, we headed to Seattle, one of my favorite places ever! Here are a few shots of our time spent there…