July 17, 2007

Wedding decorations: crown

Today´s Swedish word: krona. Means crown.



More wedding decorations - perhabs some of you are interested... My aunt made a large "crown" from birch leaves and blueberry leaves with ribbons and paper water lilies: paper flowers are traditional to use at weddings both for the bride and the decorations. She also made the other crown, a slightly smaller one to put on the head of the bride. My cousins made long pleated garlands, which hung from the walls and up to this crown, with fairy lights and also white cloth ribbons which in fact is the kind of weave you use to protect your plants from cold nights. Handy and inexpensive! And soooo beautiful. The crown hung over the tables in the old barn where we had the party.


(I have not yet quite mastered all the functions of my camera so the photo is not very good but I hope you get the feeling of it.)

1 comment:

james john said...

Mostly people ignore lighting while considering wedding decoration. But i think lighting have a important effect on the look of any wedding. The right lighting can change a simple room into a splendid work of art.
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