Professional photos aren't available yet but a few of the kids have provided iPhone photos. You can get an idea of how incredibly beautiful our Princess was (and is). And yes, I think I'm completely objective!
The wedding took place outdoors on a covered patio at a golf course/country club. The photographer took the bridal party out onto the course for photos. I'll wait to put up more info when we get the official photos.
For now, here's yarn! I spun a bunch during Tour de Fleece and ended up with these lovely skeins.
A bright BFL braid from Bohoknitterchic in an official TdF colorway became this skein after I spun it fractally. Love how the colors mixed.
This was a "potion" made from two braids of fiber. One was Polwarth/Silk and the other was Merino. I spun each one and then plied them together to make a combination yarn. It's a big 8 ounce skein.
This is another skein of BFL. It wasn't totally finished during TdF. I have a coordinating braid in a plum color that I plan to spin and then use them both for some sort of striped shawl.
This is a lovely Fiber Optic merino/silk gradient that I spun and navajo plied. It's already well on its way to becoming socks that I plan to enter into the state fair this year. Entries are due by Saturday, so I'm busy getting everything done that I can.
More knitting, spinning, and wedding details at a later date. Hope your summer is going well!