Monday, November 29, 2010

Our Workshop

Our kitchen is beginning to resemble a workshop (an odd place for a workshop but with a foot of snow outside, it's warmer than the garage). We've been hired to decorate for a December wedding. The young couple will be having both a reception and an open house. We're decorating for the open house which will be less formal. I'm thrilled because I've been able to be more unconventional with the design. We'll be using an old door and weathered wood to build the backdrop and more weathered wood for crates that will hold bare branches.
These boxes made from rough cedar are a part of the centerpiece design.They'll be topped with wire trees that I'm creating.It's so exciting to be given the creative freedom
to make what I see in my head!

7 comments:

Carol said...

How neat, can't wait to see what it looks like all finished! Keep us posted with pictures!
Carol from GA

Our Paper Plates said...

Ha ha - my kitchen collects my projects during the winter too, and its not even that cold here!!!Cant wait to see the end results :)

The Charbeneau Rambler said...

just did a wedding myself and what a wonderful feeling it is to have creative control!!!! cannot wait to see it all put together!

Karyn said...

Oh I am so excited to see how it turns out. I wish I knew you when I was getting married. What a lucky couple! :)

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Christine said...

How fun and I look forward to seeing what you come up with.

Michelle said...

You HAVE to show all of this....or email me everything!!

My youngest daughter is getting married and one of the ideas we had was making little wooden boxes for the center pieces. Tell me PLEASE how you are making the wire trees!!!!

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