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Thursday, February 6, 2014

THE Wedding....2. 7. 14


"THE wedding" 
It all started over a cup of coffee and a bunch of laughs.  
... wouldn't it be fun... can you imagine...how would we do it.... the little Christmas mice could lead the way.... and don't leave out the Penguins... they can hold signs... "this way...through the product. "

Laughs all around.

Then Ashley got engaged and THE Wedding became a date.
And the Barn became a hot spot for THE Wedding.

All I needed to know was where in the Barn are you thinking this should be done...
... and Personal Requests : "birch and a touch of pink"

I took a week off at the hospital but I only needed about 6 hours and Wha- La


This wall will be the back drop where Ashley and Mike will stand and exchange vows.
Pictures will also be done with the sparkle and the pearls AND the birch and a touch of Pink as requested.





the pictures do not do this area justice...
Ashley screamed the first time she walked in and peeked


My Vignettes are always MULTIPLE layers deep.
... as with this one,
many different textiles and props

I love the shinny birdcages hanging within the forest and linen !!!


the lamp, once empty and plain, has been dressed for the occasion. 

I actually did this a few days ahead of time in preparation for the vignette... 
many things were also brought from my house...
only the best !!!



and a must for me:
sparkle, ripped fabric, a deconstructed chair, a hand made sign and a cute critter. 

I will do a longer post with better photos as my time allows.

We have cleared an area by this wall which will allow 35 white - wooden chairs for guests.

1 day....and counting.

It's funny because I have had 2 inquiries for Weddings since my wall has been up.  Maybe we will clear out the product and just do weddings.... who knew...

Lori - RBPCo.

2 comments:

Amber said...

Love it!! Your barn would be an amazing wedding venue. I say GO FOR IT!

Lori Miller, Round barn Potting Co. said...

I know ! Right !

It would have to be a small wedding. I will report back to everyone how we did with 35 guests.