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TTIC #28 Part 2: The Commentary


Margie wanted us to discuss memorable weddings/wedding moments. Well folks, here ya go! My wedding... I could literally post hundreds of photos of the most magickal day of my life (and, if anyone is really interested, ask & ye shall receive!), but I'll settle for just 2 for now. The entire wedding, ceremony, reception, etc. was pure magick and joy. We had a Medieval themed wedding (yes, all of our guests came in costume!), and our ceremony was a handfasting (that's where "to tie the knot came from!), preformed by a priestess. Everything you see that I'm wearing (sans my headpiece) was made by my amazing mom (yes, that's where I get it from). My sis Pam & I designed my dress, I picked out my flowers (all silk, of course!), and the fabric for my cape. She went to town. My husband's outfit was custom made for him. Isn't he stunning???


Moving on... Gene and I made our wedding about US. It was custom created for US. Nothing like it anywhere- ever. We had the greatest time planning it, and the best time celebrating it. Could I pinpoint a favorite moment for you??? That would have to be when I knighted him (I TOLD you it was amazing!!!). Our guests had no idea what to expect- we told them nothing. All they knew was that it was medieval. So, when Gene drew his sword, got down in one knee and offered it to me, EVERYONE gasped. And then, I knighted him. Pure magick...

So, I did make another project for the TTIC... but my darling little boy would like me to read him a Miss Spider book. Kids come first! So, I will be posting Part 3 ASAP. Watch for it! Hope you enjoyed Part 2!!!

Comments

Sara said…
Beautiful pics Alison!!!! I love the theme, your dress is stunning- GO MOM!

xoxo
Sara

ps- Miss Spider is the coolest and it definitely comes first, i've read it many times to my nephews lol, so I get it :) have a great night!
Jacqueline said…
I love this!!! I have always wanted to do that! You are gorgeous also, just amazing, thanks for sharing this with us!!!
Sparkle4Me said…
I love that. I Texas they have the Renaissance Festival every fall and it is so awesome. I used to go all the time when I was a kid and I loved it all. I like that time period and all their wonderful outfits. Here is the link, you should go check it out!

http://www.texrenfest.com/
Margie said…
Gorgeous! OMLV! You are so beautiful, hubs is a very handsome knight! Your pics are amazing!
TFS :*)
stampvamp said…
Oh wow! I've been drooling over these pics for 10 minutes! You are positively STUNNING!! How cool that you did your wedding like this. The whole thing is super cool. I'd like to see more pictures. I'm awestruck at the creativity and craftmanship of your family!! FREAKIN' COOL! My SIL goes to the Renaissance Festival every year and loves it. We haven't been yet but my husband is dying to!

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