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'Green' wedding in Cornwall

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yorkshirepudding Fri 14-Sep-07 13:29:25

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Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 13:32:12

agree - all except the marquee 'decorations'. That's a bit too home-made, even for me grin

(brings back memories of my mum making us kids decorate egg boxes and wear them as party hats in the 70s [[shudder]] blush)

Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 13:33:42

LOL at my 'shudder' looking as if it's a link!! sorry, it's not it's just me being stupid


Plus I didn't realise there wasn't a pic of the decorations. I just saw them on bbc breakfast this morning

yorkshirepudding Fri 14-Sep-07 13:34:05

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expatinscotland Fri 14-Sep-07 13:36:35

Why not go for vintage wedding rings? Easily enough melted down and fashioned into something new. Or vintage wedding dress and decorations. I think I'd have gone retro on it.

Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 13:41:30

the flowers looked ok actually - just like carnations (although I don't like carnations anyway)...

the decorations looked a like a cross between the Blue Peter advent crown and multi-colured hair extensions

yorkshirepudding Fri 14-Sep-07 13:41:53

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MaeWest Fri 14-Sep-07 13:42:03

A friend of mine had some old family jewellery re-fashioned for her and her DH's wedding rings, really lovely and unusual.

I did wonder what would happen to the plastic carnation after the service - wouldn't it have been easier to use home-grown flowers and then compost them? But respect to her mum for sitting there and making all of them grin

yorkshirepudding Fri 14-Sep-07 13:42:41

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Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 18:19:06

more's the pity!

totally agree about the flowers. They didn't have to have ones that were flown across the world - could have had wild flowers or something

Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 18:19:34

and the wedding's tomorrow so maybe they'll be some more pics online at the weekend.

suedonim Fri 14-Sep-07 18:19:34

Aw, bless! I hope they live happily ever after. smile

Moomin Fri 14-Sep-07 18:20:48

Yes, realise I'm sounding a bit sniffy and horrible - don't mean to be. Wholeheartedly support their wishes and the ethos behind the wedding - good luck to them

(it was just the deccies!)

Califrau Fri 14-Sep-07 18:25:01

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Thunderpants Fri 14-Sep-07 23:59:50

califrau - you're so right! it looks like some kind of horror glove for hallowe'en grin

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