This post is about some of April and Andrew's wedding decor
The couple made gifts for their guests - ceramic salt and pepper bowls by the bride, a wooden tray to hold them by the groom
April used cyanotype to print ferns and wild-flower silhouettes on the boxes that held those gifts.
The bride also made thirty of these dotted pots to hold lavender plants. The pots were carried by (and gifted to) her friends and the lavender has since been planted in our rock garden at the cottage.
Live plants were used for the centrepieces - above maiden hair fern, below, juniper.
Each plant was carefully planted and arranged with moss or rocks in glass bowls, the whole grounded with a flat porcelain plate made by the bride
April made other blue and white plates for the wedding. The ones in the above photo were used to hold the seating name-tags (little gift boxes full of candy made for the couple by the groom's co-workers, seen at the back of the table).
A denim aesthetic.
She made blue and white birds as gifts for children who attended.