Sunday, 18 September 2011

My weekend :D

Well I worked all morning yesterday which was lovely I now have no work for a week as it's school holidays! I've really been looking forward to this!

Then after finishing work I went to a wedding! It was lovely. The bride wore her mother's wedding gown and it was stunning. We were technically friends with the groom but I know the bride fairly well as the boys hang out a lot.

She loved the cross stitch called To Have and To Hold, it was a bit of a mad rush to get it framed because I left it until the last minute. I was still lacing it on Friday. I forgot to take a picture of it framed and finished in the rush. But at least I know the bride and groom like the present and appreciate the time.

It was a beautiful and simple wedding and such a pleasure to see.
The bride and her father
 Her dress was gorgeous though the train was a pain!

Phill and me
I had to buy a new dress so I would have something to wear. I had a terrible time shopping! But in the end I walked into the store and told the lady in portmans what I wanted and she was sooooo much help! I was extremely desperate.

The Reception Room
The Centerpiece
The Cake
The bride made this cake herself as she is gluten intolerant. It was a delicious cake.

Phill
Chloe a little 5 yr old got to Phill's beard with a ribbon. It got tied up on request! As you can tell, the theme was blue. Thanks to lifting and twirling Chloe most of the night he's managed to do his back in!

I did actually get some stitching done, quite a bit actually but this is still slow going.

WIP - 18-9-11

He's almost done 3 dogs to go after he is finished!

Caitlin

2 comments:

  1. It looked like a very lovely wedding. Your boxer is looking quite nice as well.

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  2. Looked like a lovely wedding. I'm happy the bride and groom liked the To Have and To Hold cross stitch. I'm still waiting to hear from my cousin about that...
    Your Boxer is looking good. Well done.

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