Well, the bunting.
We have a 40'x40' marquee for the wedding. Most of the internal decoration will be in the form of bunting. I am determinedly not doing the maths, but I feel sure that's a lot of bunting.
Every flag is sewn and turned rather than just cut with pinking shears, so the bunting is double sided. I also made all the bias tape after working out the cost of even 50 feet of the stuff. It's made from some £1 a metre curtain lining seconds fabric that I bought a while back for muslin making.
I'm loving all the hand making for the wedding (even if I would like to be doing it all on a little more sleep than I'm currently getting), but the rest of the planning is wearing a little thin now. You know those women that have such fun planning their own weddings that they decide to become wedding planners? I am to those women what fish are to knitting.
Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to go and have a small crockery related meltdown.
Also, please try not to look at my not-entirely-pristine workroom.
Also, after much tweet advice from my lovely online friends, I have decided to place the bunting flags a little further apart for the next lot. I think it will make the whole thing a little flutterier (that's a word) and make my flags go a little bit further.
Also, this is my 400th post. Woopee!