I hope you all have a Merry Christmas!
My family will have a white Christmas this year... a far cry from south GA.
We are all really enjoying the snow and having a great time playing in it :-)
|This is the eye shadow applicator I used|
|I made 6 different rectangular saying that were placed int the center of swags made of twigs. They were used in the chapel at the windows.|
|I also added a few of the same flowers that I used in the bouquets with the twigs.|
|This little chapel is located in the most adorable country place, so I added a few decorative items to the entrance of the chapel... it actually is surrounded by a picket fence, how cute is that!!|
|This cake was so perfect!! I made the cake topper by drawing out a tree design and transferring it over to a wooden heart that I cut out, then.... I took out my handy wood burning tool again :)|
|I think I have mentioned that the wedding is a rustic country theme, for these cute mason jars I took out my handy wood burning tool to monogram these wooden hearts.... love it :)|
|I found a pretty inexpensive set of glass votive at Hobby Lobby and I just wrapped some burlap around them and tied a coordinating bow in the wedding colors to countrify them a little :)|
( I know, I know, that countrify is not a "real" word but it just fits so perfect here :)
|Here is a set of 8 of them, I think they will be sooo pretty lit up!|
Stay tuned for more pictures of decorations, I have been busy this week making some very rustic pew bows, with less bow and more twigs/wheat stems, and I like them too :)