I can totally appreciate all the hard work that goes into making the day so special and all the decisions that had to be made along the way.
I also love a bit of wedding related crafting! It's the most perfect time to get busy with the pearls and crystals, lace and ribbon.
I recently had the pleasure of making my close friend's sister-in-law-to-be's beaded tiara and the bridesmaid's hair accessories! (Not great pictures sorry)
Also, as I mentioned in previous posts I had the great honour of being part of my friends' Becky and Steve's wedding. For part of their wedding gift I thought I would make them something personal to commemorate their special day and decided on a cushion.
I used transfer paper for inkjet printers to copy an image of their hands with their wedding rings onto white fabric. It took a few attempts as the instructions didn't mention anything about letting the image cool after ironing before peeling off the backing paper. Probably very obvious (especially as it's not the first time I've used it) but I forgot so trial and error certainly played a part, as did some choice words.
Once I'd finally got it right, I machine embroidered the lettering. I used white tissue paper to space the words just as I wanted them.
I went over each letter a number of times with two different colours. To finish it off, what else but a few buttons- heart shaped, shell buttons were perfect for this project in my opinion.
I think the happy couple were pleased were the result, it's certainly very personal to them.
We have a few other wedding this year to look forward and to keep me busy :-)
Until next time craft in earnest, Craftin' Ernest x