I love looking through old photo albums, but it’s especially fun when they contain old photos of my parents!
I can remember the first time I saw this photo of my parents on their wedding day. I was a young girl and I never forgot it! So, I thought it would be fun to dig it up and scan it for the blog post today!
My mom’s mother of the bride (MOB) dress was my second MOB dress I’ve made.
(I hope to post something soon about my first MOB dress!)
I’ve enjoyed building these MOB dresses! First, it’s fun to challenge/expand my skills! Second, brides’ mothers have more design options to choose from and it’s exciting helping them choose the design, color, fabric, and accessories! But lastly, they are the ones that should be honored and deserve to look & feel great on their daughter’s wedding day. With that said, I loved making my sister’s wedding gown– but there’s something extra special about making a dress for my mother (or for a mother of the bride)!
Here are photos of the dress on my sister’s wedding day!
Read more about the making of the dress here.
…DIY flowers by the groom’s mother, photography by the bride’s sister (Photography by Anastassia)
…Ukrainian wedding bread by the bride’s aunt
… decorations/reception/food by bride’s mother & father
… flower girl dress made by the bride’s cousin
… hair and makeup by the bride’s sister
…Ukrainian embroidery from the bride’s babcha
this wedding was a complete DIY wedding!
However, the day wouldn’t have happened without my mom and all the work she put into it!
Ceremony: St. Michael’s Ukrainian Church in Mishawaka Indiana
Reception: Bride’s home
Photography: Photography by Anastassia
Wedding Gown and Dresses: Anagrassia & cousin of the bride
Flowers Bought: Farmer’s Market South Bend (Made by groom’s mother)
Table Cloths and Decorations: here & things from around the home
Cakes: Whole Foods and Martin’s Super Market
Tent/table/chairs: Family Friends!