|The trees were carefully crafted beforehand and displayed at the wedding with the expert help of Devin Borden (center, bottom).|
THE SINGULAR tree shown in this post combines photos from both of the trees done for the wedding. Because marriage merges two families together, this tree is symbolic of the union between the bride and groom and their respective families.
|Each frame was simply made from pine cone pieces surrounding a laser photocopied picture mounted to thin cardboard—creating frames that harken back to history, having a "tramp art" look to them. Thin brown satin ribbon formed the hanging loops.|
|All the handmade photo frames for both trees. The idea for the frames was modified from instructions found on the Martha Stewart website here.|