As it turned out, it was a good thing I was having second thoughts about copper leafing my way to a mercury glass pumpkin. My friend ended up borrowing said glass pumpkin for her wedding, which took place yesterday. She filled it, along with an identical one she already owned with trail mix. Add in some glass leaf plates for homemade mints and chocolates and it looked rather festive.
Having served as Personal Attendant, I'm more than a little exhausted today! I designed all the printed "stuff", invitations, place cards, programs, table names, and was basicly in charge of making sure everything stayed on time during the day, which was rather a feat, since I'd accidently left my watch at home and didn't have any pockets, but other than one small crisis, with an ink-filled security tag on the Mother of the Bride's jacket, the day was wonderful.
Having been unexpectedly upgraded at the hotel didn't hurt either.
Here's the invitations:
I know, they don't look very autumnal, but the colors come from the drum and bugle corp that both the bride and groom march with. The bridesmaids even wore green Alfred Angelo gowns:
I haven't had a chance to start editing my photos, but here's a couple, including the green custom Converse All-Stars that the Bride rocked for a few of the photos: