Post # 1
Not many words to be spoken, just pictures to enjoy 🙂
My bridesmaid Kristen with one of her bridesmaid gifts.. a Stitch iPhone case. his ears push in and then flick open when you push a button 🙂
three BMs watching my Maid/Matron of Honor tie me into my dress
my Maid/Matron of Honor lacing me up
Maid/Matron of Honor and Bridesmaid or Best Man rolling out the yellow brick road aisle runner 🙂
ring bearer and flower girl 🙂
coming down the stairs with my dad
Hubs reaction to first seeing me
walking out as Mr & Mrs 🙂
…. to be continued!
Post # 3
I love your yellow brick road! These are really lovely! Did you have more Wizard of Oz-themed details?
Post # 4
@windcriesamy: yes we did 🙂 I have ruby slippers and a lot of things were worded with wizard of oz themed. I’m going to spend time this weekend putting up more recaps, so those things will be added 🙂 I also already posted on preview post that has a couple things in it too 🙂
Post # 5
I love the blue ribbon for the corset! Very unique touch of color. Also the smile from your hubs in the kiss picture, so adorable!
Post # 6
SO beautiful! Love the blue lace. Can’t wait to see more.
Post # 8
@siimplycraziie: Where did you get that aisle runner?!
Post # 9
Love the colored corset ribbon. I used pink for mine!
Post # 10
Haha love the wizard of oz theme! I live in the city where the book was written!
Post # 11
@cowgirlboots: one of my mom’s friends works at the joint vocational school in our town.. the art department students made it for us . we just bought a plain aisle runner and the paint and they came up with that 🙂 .. we looked into buying one pre made online .. but for the length we needed, it would have been $800 ! [it was actually from the same place David Tutera used when he did his Wizard of Oz wedding episode.. that should have been our first clue haha]
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Post # 13
@siimplycraziie: Thank you. It’s so awesome and it’s the first aisle runner I’ve seen that I loved (not a fan of the carpets our decorator is offering) Fiance & I both love somewhere over the rainbow too and I am handy with a brush. I may attempt this 🙂
Post # 14
What a great idea! The yellow brick road runner was an awesome touch!
Post # 15
@cowgirlboots: you’re welcome! 🙂 if it’s any help, they actually used a sponge to make it a more perfect square. I know my mom also had quite the time trying to find a plain runner that was the right material, but she finally found one at Crafts 2000 [this project was kept a surprise from me until I walked down the aisle]
Post # 16
So cute! Congrats! I love love love the yellow brick road down the aisle!!