Monday, November 22, 2010

Le Frock

Let us commence the posting on my most favorite crafts project to date: my wedding dress.

I was racking my brain trying to think about how to do this, since there are so many little sentimental details on this dress and so many beautiful photos taken by the insanely talented Jocelyn of studio mathewes.

Each little thing merits a post all of their own, so what I'll do today is post the overall look of the dress and then get into some of the details over the next few posts and finish the blog series with a post of me in the frock itself.

So here for your viewing pleasure are some drop dress gorgeous shots of the dress empty all on it's own courtesy of studio mathewes. If you are planning a wedding, need some portraits, want to take some shots for the holidays, you will not regret giving Jocelyn a call!

Monday, November 8, 2010

Nan being gorgeous, again!

How honored did I feel that Nan wore her corsage to my wedding? Here's Nan in her glory, life of the party as usual!

Friday, November 5, 2010

Charmed Corsages

Since Nan is so fabulous, I decided that I want to do a blog post all about her! So before I post recent photos of Nan looking gorgeous with my commentaries about her gorgeousness, I want to post some little brooches that I made from her wedding dress scraps. The leaf is made from the satin part, the flower is made from the lace part and a little button from the cuffs ties it all together on a simple brooch pin. This project costs literally less than a dollar but the sentimental value is huge! Stay tuned for photos of Nan wearing her charmed corsage!