Good Morning all, L. Grace Lauer here!
A wonderful wedding projects for my baby sis’ wedding day, “Congrats to
Sheay and Tom” I am so happy for you both from the bottom of my heart.
WARNING! Lots of photos!… tea, coffee and a snack may be required to survive through this post… LOL!
Stop looking at the cute couple (hi Sheay and Tom) look at the beautiful flower in her hair! (This photo is courtesy of Sarah Christine Photography in Fort Collins, CO, I highly recommend her!) I know you all are looking at them, it’s okay, isn’t my baby sister beautiful? From head to….
Bridal Shoe Accessories: The flowers attached with safety pins (so they could be removed for her to be able to ware these shoes after the wedding) to these sweet comfortable Tom’s brand wedge heals. (This photo is courtesy of Sarah Christine Photography in Fort Collins, CO) for more info on how to make this see my blog post on the Helmar Blog)
Flower Girl Accessories! Hair pieces #2 and #3 – This is a photo of my daughter’s hair piece. I had so much fun working on all the flower girl’s items… my mom was even there to help! We made everything from their hair to their belts to their
flowered poms have Helmar all over it! Here is my precious little
daughter and her hair piece. (This photo is courtesy of Sarah Christine Photography in Fort Collins, CO)
Their poms on the other hand withstood some friendly battles
with the Ring Bearer the poms had no mishaps and stuck together like
all my Helmar projects do. (This photo is courtesy of Sarah Christine
Photography in Fort Collins, CO)
The Ring Bearer Boutonniere – The flower is nothing but card stock! (For more info on how to make this see my blog post on the Helmar Blog)
Matron of Honor and Mother of the bride hair flowers –
Now since I was the Matron of honor at this wedding I did not get
photos of my hair but these were the hair pieces I had the stylist twist
into my side fishtail french braid. (This photo was taken prior to the
gluing process on the burned flowers…) the pearls are Swarovski Pearls from Art Beads.com
Here are three of these little guys clustered in the Mother of the Bride’s Hair. (For more info on how to make this see my blog post on the Helmar Blog)
Well that’s all folks! I hope you were able to finish your beverage
and snack in time. I hope you all have a Happy Helmar Day and please
leave a comment below! Thank you for your time!