Mutual affection. Look at the bliss on both of their faces.
Penguins lined up to attend the wedding. It was like Noah's Ark.
A baby leopard. Do you think the flower girl has animals in her future? She just LOVED all of them. So did I.
A bearcat. This beast loved me. It ate my bouquet.
Oh yeah...the cookie table. At a certain point in the evening, waiters came out with silver trays filled with glasses of milk, the cookie table was open.
Guests descended on it.
Guess what? I made too many. This is what happens to children that were raised by depression era fathers. I live in fear of not having enough food. There are some things on this table that took me months to make but that is another post for later. Can you spot them?
But lots were eaten and bags were taken home. I made a dozen for each guest. One of the guests took 3 dozen home.
And here is what I spent 6 months making. Click for a closer look. Twenty-two feet of ugly cafeteria needed to be covered with ribbon curtains to match the wedding colors. Though they might not look like much, they were an endless giant project. I must have revised them 5 times. It was a true love/ hate project.