This past summer would have looked different only a few years ago. With the oldest married, the second born going away to college and two of the children being in high school this year it brings many changes around our home. The first half of our summer was spent preparing for a wedding. The month leading up to the wedding we pretty much ate, and
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Just two days prior to the big day, it seemed the dark clouds were moving in. It was supposed to rain buckets. It was rumored the air conditioning was broken in the sanctuary. The bride’s grandmother fell and was hospitalized. Dearly Beloved, we are met in the presence of God to unite this man and this woman by the sacred ties of matrimony. But, for
Coming up in a couple short weeks we will celebrate a cousin’s wedding! All of my girls will have the privilege of a part in the ceremony in some way. Littlest girl is a flower girl! Two years ago, when another cousin of mine wed, I saw these beautiful paper chains on Everyday Celebrating. You can order a custom made paper chain for any occasion.
These book wreaths adorned the church doors on my cousin’s wedding day. My mother made them from the tutorial posted by Living with Lindsay. If you’d like to learn how to make one from your spare paperback book, click over to Book Lover Wreath. I absolutely love them and have two myself! My entry in the Homeschool Post’s A B See Photo Meme. Other entries: