I just had inspiration on a possible name for the paper flower project I’m intending to work on. I wish I could say I was actively working on it, but space has been a major constraint and it’s making me even more excited to get my new place.
Made one for my dearest Y’s hen’s celebration at Pollen / Gardens by the Bay.
On 19 November 2016, I got married!
To this wonderful man. Love this shot of our excited faces, double-chins and all.
Until we receive the official photos, we’ll just have to rely on friends’ and families’ shots to relive our special day.
@dedronfc did such a wonderful job doing up the fresh flowers for the day and making my crepe paper flowers look even prettier!
Loved the hand bouquet that Dedron did as well – they incorporate three of my crepe flowers, into the white and maroon peonies, along which beautiful foliage. It was heavy but everything I wanted in a bouquet.
For more photos, here’s our wedding hashtag: #immhweiadventure
Passed these to @dedronfc for the wedding!
So inspired by The Lovely Avenue. I follow her on Instagram and am amazed by all the crepe paper blooms adorned with real foliage. If there’s any level that I want to reach, it’s this. Still a long way to go, and I pray that this won’t be one of my fleeting interests.
I read an interview with Margie Keates on this page and just got even more inspired.
It’s been a long time since I worked on a crepe flower. Especially since I now have someone to handle the flowers for me. So blessed to have that settled because I can’t see how I can churn out so many flowers – not in this marking season at least.
Marking’s getting on pretty slowly but I’m determined not to let my usual self take over 😉
Here’s what I worked on today:
Photo above features the steps I take, backwards. Ain’t nobody got time to check the sequence of a photo layout in the midst of marking.
Another 3 more days and marking is done. Post-exams madness. And then, the wedding!