Last Friday evening was my first showing at GR Unveiled. What a unique bridal show. I certainly felt among friends and was wow'ed by the amazing products and booths. Thanks to Hetler Photography for taking some great shots of our space. 

One of our vintage bird cages...

One of our bride's is using this beautifully rusted bed spring for her photo display.

Very old rustic window frame with garland & chicken wire.

We absolutely love this vintage suitcase!

Picnic baskets... a classic.

Doors, frames, ladders, architectural posts and lanterns.

We absolutely love this little fan.

Vintage games.

Chalkboards, chairs, clocks, cupcakes and coffee sacks.

 
 
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Here's what our tree trunk cake stand would look like with a cake on it. Our cake stand is 4" thick and 16" across. This makes it unique in that it can hold those cakes larger than 12-14". Sanded and sealed, with a beautiful rich two tone color.

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This is what our new chargers look like and just one idea of how to use them for something other than cake. We think they're gorgeous. Our chargers are 1" thick, sanded and sealed, with a great color. We have 13 identical chargers.

 
 
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      ~ engaged  1.4.12 ~
Congrats to Matthew & Holly on their engagement. Holly said "yes" to her Maine man on a Friday afternoon just before they both headed back to Canada for another semester. They are currently planning a December wedding in Michigan. The wedding will consist of a beautiful barn set against a breathtaking winter scene of the surround farm in Caledonia, MI. Who knows, maybe with the way the Michigan winter weather has been the last few years, they might just be able to have the ceremony outdoors. Either way, this Christmas nuptial promises to be amazing.