Post # 1
Just curious. I always thought I’d use the little pottery dishes, but my ringbearers are so young I went with a pillow. Are pillows outdated now? I had so much fun making mine so I don’t care, I love it. But I wondered since Bees are so creative, which one are you using?
Post # 3
We used a bible that my grandmother gave me, it was part of her bouquet over 50 years ago so I really liked the sentiment of it.
We tied to rings with the “cloth bookmark” so they wouldn’t get lost
Post # 4
@runsyellowlites: Oh, that’s so sweet!
Post # 5
I’m going to attempt to DIY this twig pumpkin thing to use for our fall themed wedding. If/When I fail, I’ll most likely just end up ordering it, lol. My goal is to have it look basically identical except we’re getting rid of the orange ribbon and replacing with ivory.
Post # 6
@UpstateCait: That is so pretty, I’ve never seen it before!
Post # 8
We’re usung a birds nest kind of like this one for our “nature-y” themed wedding
Post # 9
@UpstateCait: so cute!!! If you have a weeping willow avialable, I’d suggest using twigs/green branches from it. They are REALLY bendable (more so than most other trees) and you should be able to create that a lot easier using weeping willow. 🙂
I made the pillow my son will carry and it’ll be a decorative pillow after the wedding. 🙂
Post # 10
We used my husbands Bible with a ribbon tied around it. Didn’t attach the actual rings to it, just had my nephew walk 🙂 It was very pretty I thought