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Invitation Bow


Invitation bow

It is now just two weeks away to our son’s wedding.   Lots of decisions and frayed nerves as finalization of details need to be made.  The photo this morning is showing the little fabric flower in the middle of the bow on the invitation.   The bride to be has chosen all the autumnal colours for the wedding.    They are my favourite colours.   

I am joining Laura at Blogging From Bolivia for Macro Friday.   Hope you have a wonderful weekend.   We need to get the pop up trailer back into the garage for the winter and clean up the backyard.   I have bulbs to plant before the cold weather gets here. At the moment it is a beautiful sunny morning.    Valerie


Pondside said…
Two weeks!....really down to the wire now. We are spending lots of times looking at sample invitations, and Lillypad seems to want to put bows on her invitations too. I can't quite visualize it, but your little shot helped a bit!
Ashley Sisk said…
Beautiful detail - how exciting!
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful. I wish you all the best in the pre-wedding countdown. Blessings, Pamela
Hi Val
I think that is a very cute invitation with the bow and flower.
Yes, my Mac is back with a couple of new parts.
AJ said…
So the color!
Lona said…
I can imagine how busy everyone is. The ribbon and flower are so pretty and I like he idea of an autumn wedding.
Beautiful photo.

Regards and best wishes
Nancy's Notes said…
What a wonderful touch! Last two weeks, it's getting "really" exciting now! An autumn wedding sounds sensational!
leavesnbloom said…
That's lovely - having an autumnal colour theme for the wedding will be beautiful.

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