A bride-to-be contacted me about making one of my “Happily Ever After” signs for her December wedding, and I was happy to oblige.
She wanted it to look really old and rustic, so for the first time I did not use an old cupboard door for this sign. Instead, I bought a piece of rough plywood that was knotty, uneven, and splinter-y! (I sanded the splinters off. Or they came off in my fingers. A little of both happened.)
I also made a “coordinating” sign for a display of family wedding pictures (what a fun idea!)…
…plus one for the hot chocolate table…
…and a couple more for other “stations” at the reception. (I love the big knothole in the middle of the “Gifts” sign.)
It was my first time making a whole wedding collection!
I guess it’s good practice for when my children start getting married off…hopefully that’s a few years away for me!
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