On May 21, Joel and I had the privilege of attending the wedding of our dear friend Lorraine. She married the sweet and kind Darryl in a beautiful ceremony on a warm ans sunny Saturday and it couldn't have been more perfect. Except that it was!
There was a candy buffet.
I didn't take any pictures because I was too busy stuffing my face but it was delicious. Everything you could think of was there.
Lorraine wore an amazing green iridescent dress with a sparkly, lacy bolero and a stunning beaded headband made by a friend. She was radiant!
Since Lorraine wouldn't tell me what she wanted for her wedding, I took matters into my own hands. She had mentioned kitchen things as favourite wants and I knew she loved green and brown, so voila:
A double oven mitt and potholder set. I made the oven mitt using this tutorial, sort of. The potholder I just threw together without instructions.
Do you ever have one of those moments while you are sewing for someone else where you feel totally inspired by the fabric or colour combo and wish you were making something for yourself instead?
I totally had that moment with the potholder, but alas, the majority of the fabrics were just tiny pieces of scrap that I used up. I did manage to make an extra patchwork square for myself, but I don't know what I'll use it for yet.
Lorraine and Darryl - congratulations on your wedding, may you be endless happy!