We recently sent some Studio Scraps to a very happy customer who let us know (in the customer comments section, no less) that she would be using said scraps as part of her wedding decor. We couldn't have imagined it more beautifully, and I was thrilled to receive images of the wedding.
Looking through the photos, (which you can find more of at the photographers' website-stunning!) it was evident that every piece of this day was put together with love....from this image of Amy's Grandmother imparting her wisdom to the guests....
...to the gorgeous quilts made by Amy's great-grandmothers and aunts that softened the hay bales seating everyone.
I'm pleased as spiked wedding punch that my fabrics were the teeny-tiniest part of such a day.
Perfect. Run off and be happy now, you two gorgeous people!
**all photos by thenichols and used with permission :: wedding also featured here
What a lovely day! It's good to be in love!ReplyDelete
I don't think I have ever seen such a wonderful wedding! I cried at how much love was flowing and how beautiful and happy EVERYONE looked - and I don't even know these people! From all the way down under I wish them so many years of fun, laughter and love.ReplyDelete
Don't you just love the wonderful happiness that your pretty fabric added to this young couple's new journey? It must make you feel connected in an exciting way.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a wonderful wedding, makes me want to do mine all over again, but with pretty fabrics and quilts! Lovely!!!ReplyDelete
What a clever use of your lovely fabrics. Loved the quilts on the hay bales too, but my favorite part is the bright pink shoes. So fun and personal just like a wedding should be.ReplyDelete
what a great use of your fabric! and an amazing wedding (:ReplyDelete
That is really sweet of her to send you pics of it all. Lovely wedding and as always lovely fabric.ReplyDelete
OK- so either I am going to have to renew my vows somewhere in the mountains or said brother from previous comment better hurry it up and plan a wedding just like this one! Gorgeous. And the colors of your fabric fit in perfectly! LOVE love love...all around.ReplyDelete
What a stunning occasion!!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous wedding! I love that so much of it is handmade. No matter where you have your wedding or how many other people will follow there, you know your day will be really one of a kind with those special handmade accents. Love it!ReplyDelete
This wedding looks like on of a kind. Such a nice idea with the quilts and the lampions and your scraps. LovelyReplyDelete
Wow! That is beautiful. Thanks for you sharing.ReplyDelete
Kuddos to the trendy and stylish bride. The wedding and the couple is gorgeous. Thanks for sharing a bit of your special day with all of us!ReplyDelete
What a stunning weding. Makes me want to do it all over again...but like THIS!ReplyDelete
amazing photos of a wondeful event. I see why you are so touched to have your fabrics part of thier day!ReplyDelete
How lovely!! We used your Drawing Room fabric in our wedding (for the flower girl dresses). We received so many compliments. I was thrilled to have your fabric as part of our special day.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for sharing the lovely pictures, Anna! I think that is one of the most beautiful weddings I've ever seen! I'm planning on printing some out for my wedding idea/style book.ReplyDelete
I've thought over and over again how I could use your fabrics in my wedding some day (Lord willing!), and I think this is a super idea!
I hope you are having a lovely day, dear Anna! I'm very excited about your new book too.
wow... spoken with awe.ReplyDelete
I was transported. What a beautiful wedding. A delight to see what happens when art + talent + love + beauty come together for a celebration... = wedding-wonderful!
And of course You contributed, which naturally makes sense in that equation!
Thanks for linking us to the event photos....it was an incredible day and what a wonderful way to use quilts!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous wedding! Everything is breathtaking, from the venue to the decorations (love the lanterns and fabric scraps!) to her lovely dress. Thanks for sharing the pictures!ReplyDelete
Wow!!! That is one beautiful wedding!ReplyDelete
Great use of fabric scraps. I wonder if she sewed them shut or used some method to undo them and reuse them again later, maybe in a small quilt (like a baby quilt?;)ReplyDelete
Their wedding website is just breathtaking. Thanks for sharing! That joy is contagious!
Spectacular! Love it.ReplyDelete
I love the use of quilt on the hay bails! This is the sort of wedding I dream of. Simple, country, family-filled... and I've never seen fabric scraps used in a wedding, that is so great!ReplyDelete
I went to the photographer's webstie to see more. thanks for sharing!
What a beautiful wedding. My daughter was just married at the end of July - you can imagine how pleased and surprised I was when she put the wedding quilt that I made on display. The display was nothing compared to the display of quilts here. They are absolutely beautiful.ReplyDelete
such a beautiful wedding and I love the way they used the fabric scraps! sometimes simplicity is the bestReplyDelete
What beautiful patterns and fabrics. Love it all! Beautiful family too. I love love quilting too but I too have 5 kiddos and they seem absorb any spare time, but I love it. Food is my other passion, when I have time I try and keep up on my food blog, but time is scarce these days. One day... just one day I will be able to create ll the pretty things I have in my mind and and make yummy things for my family to eat. :) Love your blog!ReplyDelete
What beautiful photos and a lovely locale. Perfect.ReplyDelete
Beautiful wedding! I love the handmade, artful touch. Gorgeous.ReplyDelete
This was a beautiful place to visit :) It totally made my day!ReplyDelete
And so loved the aura of the celebration !
So cool indeed! What a fabulous idea!ReplyDelete
I loved these wedding pictures, and the fact that Grandma got to be such an honored figure in their special event. And I love to participate in weddings, no matter how small the role, because it means that I get to be part of the "imparting of love" at the very begining of this special lifelong journey. Congratulations to you for being able to participate in this way!ReplyDelete
What an absolutely beautiful wedding, truly personal and handmade- how nice of her for sharing! I also wanted to mention how beautiful the bride looks in her gorgeous gown that looks like it could be an heirloom.ReplyDelete
how fun for you to see your gorgeous fabric used like this! Keep the great fabrics coming, can't wait to see the next collection:)ReplyDelete
Looks completely magical! LOVE the quilts on haybales as seating for guests!ReplyDelete
I wish I could get married all over again. Amazing touches from the cowboy boots, gorgeous wedding dress, vintage crystal pin, and of course, Anna Maria's touches of color--These images will stay with me for a long time.
What a beautiful wedding! I really enjoy your blog and the pictures of your creations (human and not). If you'd like to have a look at it, I made a bag from your Good Folks fabric (gorgeous stuff!). Pictures at: el-little.blogspot.comReplyDelete
oh what a personal touch! makes me want to get married all over again..oh no wait no I don't but I love looking at wedding photos!ReplyDelete
gorgeous, thanks for sharing! beautiful couple!
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I am agog at the number of quilts they needed - I wonder if they were all made just for the wedding.ReplyDelete
Love their slateboard-photo idea. We've been to weddings where they do the guest-video salute, but the slateboard-photo idea is wonderful. I'm thinking that would be good for significant birthdays as well (16, 21, 30 etc.) and baby showers/christnings.
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