Wedding Shawls in Action
We finally have our wedding pictures! We are very happy with the way they turned out. Our photographer was Karen Pike. The pictures were both taken at the Mountain Top Inn in Chittenden, Vermont. Here are a couple of the best shawl pictures. If you want to see more pictures, email me and I'll send you the link and password for the website.
The junior bridesmaid's shawl turned out a little bit smaller than I had hoped. Unfortunately, her parents' measurement of her wingspan (finger tip to finger tip with her arms straight out to the sides) was 10 inches off. I'm not sure how that happened. But she loved the shawl anyway. When her mother suggested that she might want to pass it on to her daughter or granddaughter, she said that she was always going to keep it for herself- she didn't want to pass it on to anyone. It was definitely worth making the one last shawl for her. The other girls loved their shawls too, and both have already worn them a second time. My shawl is too long to wear as a shawl in any other context, but it is narrow enough that I can wear it as a scarf.