In the 60’s, when honeycomb decor wasn’t tacky, my mother had a wedding party. Of course, I have kept the decorations she had left over from the party, but I’ve never had an occasion when I felt like the bride would appreciate the use of honeycomb decor, so they have stayed boxed up until now. I’m so glad that Stephanie at Angelic Accents is hosting a Wedding Blog Party, so I can let my vintage honeycomb and plastic decorations out of the box for a day!
At an auction years ago, I bought a box for $5.00, because there was a silver tray I liked on the top of the box. I didn’t know until I got home that there was a little collection of plastic wedding cake toppers in the box too.
The little “doll-looking” bride and groom is an old bridge tally I found when I cleaned out Mother’s house, along with the small party invitation with the cutouts in the bride’s gown. The 3D card is a reproduction.
The faux pearls inside the conservatory were in my bridal bouquet.
This sweet musical bride was a gift from my sister-in-law when her brother and I announced our engagement.
A vintage wedding photo (Yikes!)
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Thank you for stopping by today. laurie