I have been waiting for what seems like forever to do this post. In August our son Bryan was married and I did a short blog post about it. I have been unable to post photos of the wedding because the stole that I made for his bride was the pattern for the Secret of the Stole III. Now that the last hint has been released I can finally show you a few of the thousands of photos their “official” photographer (Mr. K) took of the nuptials. I still cannot reveal the name of the stole, but the photos cannot wait any longer.
The above photos were taken during Sara’s bridal shoot. She was a beautiful bride! The ceremony (below) was performed outdoors at her parent’s cabin in Colorado. The mountains as a backdrop made this, truly, a most scenic wedding setting. The beauty of the mountains, trees, and lakes and, the intimate ceremony with close family and friends, made this a memory that they will forever cherish.
If you would like to see more of the Amazing wedding images that Mr. K shot, as well as his other incredible photography work, please hop over to his site at ScottFillmer.com and click on Gallery at the top of the page. I will be revealing the name of the stole pattern in about a week with additional photos. Fair Winds.
Ahhhhhh….lovely~! The bride; the shawl; the groom; the Mom; young William; the whole “picture”. Just lovely. Thanks for sharing. Py
Oh, how lovely! Sara’s beautiful, the shawl is lovely, and Mr. DK’s photos are fantastic! Thanks so much for sharing!
What a beautiful bride! And what a wonderful way to debut the new stole. It is gorgeous on her.
Beautiful pictures and the stole looks awesome on her. Mom and son photo is a hoot. Thank you so very much for sharing.
DK, the bride, groom and Estes Park are beautiful. I made my first one in green and now I am doing another in soy silk in white with pearl beads. The soy silk is what I won from SOSII. The soy silk is a thin as frogs hair but now that I made the first one I know what to do and know this one will be beautiful. I am going to package it with a photo albumn for future generations to wear at weddings. It will be the “something borrowed”. I want each bride to have a picture taken in the shawl, put it in the photo albumn and then return it to the box where it will be kept for the next bride in the family. I am also taking pictures of it as I knit it and will have a story about how my life is as I knit it for the future brides. I hope they will all love it and the meaning of it.
Thanks for a lovely pattern and the fun I had doing it.