A lovely weekend project idea from Elsie of 'A Beautiful Mess'... Perfect for the chill of fall... Make your own loose leaf tea bags! Enjoy and happy weekend friends!
Back in mid-September, I shared a photobook filled with the engagement photos that I'd taken for our dear friends John and Danielle... They were finally married on September 17th, in Cambridge, Ontario! It was, as we'd anticipated, a wonderful day celebrating true Christian marriage! A stunning bride, a blissful groom, great fellowship with friends and fantastic food!
About a month ago, I had the privilege of taking some engagement photos for our dear friends John and Danielle... Saturday, we're heading off to their wedding... Their's is a beautiful love story... Just as beautiful as they are... And we're so looking forward to watching them join as husband and wife before their family and friends this weekend... What an honour it was to photograph them... Below is a book I put together of some of the photos from the shoot... You might want to view it full screen so you can read the text... Enjoy!
This past Saturday, our dear friends Joshua and Amy married at Jarvis Street Baptist Church in downtown Toronto... It was a beautiful day... A true reflection of Christian marriage!
Jarvis Street Baptist Church
The 'Photo Booth'
One of my favourite features of the reception... A vintage typewriter guest book!
The bride and groom are both talented musicians and entertained us all with several songs at the reception!
So we don't have to be getting married to love wedding magazines, right? And this one will thrill you to bits I'm sure! Volume 1 of 'Wedding Style Guide: Best Ever Book'... I can't wait to see the up and coming volumes! Enjoy!
New pieces are now in the shop for fall... And to all my loyal readers, use the coupon code 'FallLove' for 15% off your purchase between now and September 30th (Not valid on the purchase of Gift Certificates or the Monthly Clubs)!
I saw a lonely dresser by the side of the road the other day... It was quite homely and I had no idea what it could be used for... So I drove past... And now I'm really wishing I would have loaded it into the van... It could have been a lot of fun... Maybe next time...