Wednesday, March 11, 2009


At last I have the joy of reporting that the bridesmaids dresses are finished!!!! :o) Momma and I have have spent the past several days buckled down in the sewing room desperately trying to get these dresses done before the weekend.

"Finished Product"
The picture shows the dresses much much greyer than the fabric really is. It's a beautiful sage green that 'shimmers'...

This weekend will mark two weeks before Trevor and Thelma's wedding which is why we wanted the dresses done by then (we are cutting it close as it is!). There is still a bit of hand work to do; several hems need to be put in, a ribbon put where the skirt and bodice meet, and a few hooks and eyes need to be placed, but these are things that can be done in the evenings while catching up on the days happenings with everyone.

What sweet relief and joy it is to have the major part of this project behind us! I cannot wait to see what everyone looks like in their dress...

"Planting Rose Bushes"
So what does Ashley have planned now that she has a little more free time these days? Gardening of course!!!! I have seeds started, seeds to plant, weeds to pull, and garden stuff to pull out of hibernation. What fun this shall be!

The window here beside the computer is open which is letting in a wonderful breeze... spring is officially here (never mind the fact that we received four inches of snow a little over a week ago) and several of the trees are beginning to bloom! The frogs have come back to life, the birds sing constantly and flit from tree to tree, the grass is greening up, and new life and hope is alive where ever you look! What a wonderful time of year!


Anonymous said...

It is a wonderful time of year! I'm loving it!!! The bridesmaid dresses look beautiful!

Sarah said...

Yeah!!! I am so happy for you and your Momma, Ashley! I am sure it feels so wonderful to have the dresses done (save for the bit of handwork) . . . they are just beautiful! You both did a great job on them. :)

Enjoy your beautiful weather and digging in the dirt! It sounds so very lovely there (especially considering the fact that it is 33 degrees here right now. :)

Aimée Noelle said...

The dresses are very lovely!

Aiméee Noelle

Miss Lila in Atlanta said...

Ashley, be sure to keep us up with all the wedding goings on ok?
Well all LOVE wedding don't we?
give us lots of pictures to enjoy too ok?

love ya.
miss lila in atlanta

Anonymous said...

Yes, we really enjoy keeping up with wedding details. and house details.

Ashley said...

Amber- Thank you for your comment! I'm glad you are enjoying this time of year as well!

Sarah- A sense of relief would be one way to describe how we feel about having the dresses to this point! It's great!
It was 33 degrees there.... goodness, I hope the plants that are beginning to bud out survive.
Thank you for your comment Sarah!

Aimee Noelle-Welcome to my blog! Thank you for your comment!

Miss Lila- I can't guarantee anything, but if I come up with wedding pictures I will be sure to post one or two (or more!:o) for everyone's enjoyment. It might be a while though!
It was good to hear from you again!

Anonymous- You might not need to wait much longer to hear about Trevor's house... I've been thinking about doing a post on it; all I need are pictures! Someday soon... :o)

Anonymous said...

The bridesmaid dresses are just beautiful. I can't wait to hear more about yoru gardening ventures!

Ashley Sebo said...

Hi Ashley!!!

I love the bridesmaids' dress! That seems to be a poplular waist line!!! They are empire, right? I love anything green!!!

Have fun with your garden! What will you be planting?


(I am sending you a hug from Sarah, at the wedding!!!)