For my regular followers, some of these pics might be a tad redundant...for those of you who are here by way of Design Wall Monday sharing, welcome!
My sewing table has been completely taken over by wedding stuff. I'm sort of in the final stretch of flower making (thank GOD), and my poor fingers are begging me to back away from the glue gun. As of this morning, I have the following done:
Here's the box for the ring bearer. The fabric in the center is the same as the ends, just rotated 90 degrees. The leaves are the same stamp and paint method I used on the invitations (and will use on the ceremony programs, most likely). This is instead of a pillow, for the ring bearer to carry. I got the concept from some girls on a wedding forum I follow, but the execution and delivery were all me. It really wasn't hard...the worst of it was remembering that, just because you can't *see* the freshly laid glue gun glue, doesn't mean it can't burn you. Repeatedly. Ouch.
So that's that! The corsages are the main piece of work right now. I'm still working on that quilt as well, but since the sewing table is covered in paint and glue gun right now, it's taken a bit of a back seat...we're less than 8 weeks away at this point, so it's crunch time. I'm also considering doing something for table runners, but I haven't put too much thought into that yet...they're not necessary, so I need to get the "needed" stuff done first.