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Here is me at the dress maker and my wedding-dress-in-progress. I think we are going to put the beads around the waist and inside the hem, and maybe around my neck as a choker!

I didn't get a picture of Brian's yet. Mine has two small rings with red resin dots, and one large ring with black resin dots and three small (cruelty-free) diamonds. Inside the ring the dots are actually connected by a network of lines.

 

Brian's is also silver with a large red resin oblong shape on top. Thanks to artist Sherry Simms for making these and to my aunts Penny and Leslie for giving them to us as a wedding gift!

Here is a zoon in close up of the inside of my wedding ring. Its an etching of a circuit board.

Here is Brian trying on his new shirt and tie with the suit we bought last week. Gangsta!

These LEDs were made basically the same way LED Throwies are. Minus the magnets.

Notes and samples from the artist making our rings.

Notes and samples from the artist making our rings.

Brian labelling and stamping our save-the-date cards, which he designed.

Anton and Erin Zuicker.

Us in between my parents.

 

Taken by Joey Sinreich (my dad) at our engagement brunch, July 3, 2005, at the lovely home of Jane Brown & James Protzman.

Lanterns with LEDs inside bags early morning waiting to be taken to our wedding site.

Taken by Joey Sinreich (my dad) at our engagement brunch, July 3, 2005, at the lovely home of Jane Brown & James Protzman.

I took these pictures last week while Brian and I were walking around near the Durham Armory (where we're getting married in July). "Durham Central Park" might be a good plcae for photo ops, and the scrap exchange is always a fun acvity. The Branch Gallery is also down the street...

  

Part of the prep for our wedding we made LED throwies, minus the magnets, and taped them inside small lanterns. Here they are in bags before they are transported to the wedding.

Taken by Joey Sinreich (my dad) at our engagement brunch, July 3, 2005, at the lovely home of Jane Brown & James Protzman.

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