Yarn-Over, Ligature… Same Difference.
lig·a·ture [lig-uh-cher, -choor] noun. — Printing. a character or type combining two or more letters. (Yarn overs aren't all that different)

We're getting married next september (that's 2009, not this year), and I guess we probably should have started looking for venues sooner, but oh well, what can you do.
We went for a drive last weekend to Rockcliffe and found this AWESOME pavilion. The Rockcliffe Pavilion is a stone gazebo that overlooks gatineau and the river. It's beautiful, and we booked in on Tuesday for our ceremony. Yay!

I stole these pictures from various places around the web.





I have also started working on a plan for origami flowers instead of real ones. I made this (vastly oversized) cherry blossom today, with Chris' help ^^:;




I have been plugging along at Muir all week… I'm so sorry that I have nothing else to show for it.

3 Comments:

  1. betseydoodle said...
    Hey Liz,
    Here's another link to Origami flowers from "whip up"

    http://raincookie.deviantart.com/art/Paper-Flower-tutorial-90095963

    The Pavillion is perfect!
    SarahStockinette said...
    I've never attended a wedding at the pavilion but I've stumbled across weddings in progress while cycling along the river. It's beautiful venue and you guys will have a lovely wedding!
    Sass said...
    This pavilion is gorgeous!
    My Hubby and I were touring the city for the first time yesterday and stopped for ice cream there. I immediately thought it would be perfect for a wedding; beautiful & quiet.

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