Down the Aisle

I am back in town after a few weeks of traveling for two weddings and a week at Young Life camp.  It was a wonderful time away and a nice time to not think about studio work and the fact that my kiln is waiting to be repaired still!  (He did come by today and fix my kiln…so it is firing as I write!)  I wanted to take a step back and share how the lanterns were used at my college roommates wedding.  Becca and Bobby had the same photographer for their wedding as Andrew and I did:  Mary Dougherty.  She is an incredible photographer with a keen eye to make a beautiful composition.  She was kind enough to send me a few images of the lanterns I made so I could post them on my own blog.  Thanks Mary!  I am sure she will be posting Becca and Bobby’s wedding soon so definitely check out her website and blog!

The blues tied in perfectly with the groom’s tartan and the bridesmaid’s dresses.  Six lanterns hung from the pews while another six to eight sat on the floor down the aisle.  Tea lights were lit on the inside creating a subtle glow through the holes.  Thank you again Mary for your beautiful pictures!  Make sure to check out her site here.

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  • Michele Prince

    Very lovely indeed! The lanterns are gorgeous Arryn, and Mary did a fanstastic job with photography.ReplyCancel

  • Those lanterns are so beautiful! I’ve missed your posts! Glad you’re back. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Brian Prince

    Arryn, Glad to hear that the kiln is fixed. I know how you feel when a major “tool” is down for any period of time. Keep the beautiful work going! See you in a couple of weeks.

    DadReplyCancel

    • Thanks Dad! It is such a relief to have it back up and running. I have been thanking God all day!ReplyCancel

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