I happened to be so excited to dip into my mailbox this week and discover the creamy, over-sized envelope that proclaimed a marriage quickly in the future.
These joyful celebrations have been too few and far between after spending my post-college decade attending dozens of weddings of sorority sisters, friends, colleagues and members of my large extended family. Then when I discovered that my cousin that is youngest Emma will marry the love of her life Andrew later come july 1st, I became delighted.
We additionally ended up being happy to know that Emma is seeking approaches to bring a little bit of Denmark into her wedding day, I married John almost 13 years ago as I did when. My mom has recruited my child Astrid and us to help develop an aeresport that is traditional or gate of honor for Emma. This will be an arch of branches and plants that is put all over entry way of this home that is bride’s. My aunts did this for my wedding, and I also will never forget moving beneath those fragrant and stunning boughs of Sweet Autumn clematis and red flowers as we left for the church. We aren’t yet sure which blooms and branches we’ll usage for Emma’s arch, but they’ll certainly be Danish red and white.
The entry way of the Danish bride’s house is usually embellished having an aeresport, an arch of plants and boughs.