Wedding Stitches: Part 6

As theatre people, Frank and I would be remiss to include nothing about theatre in our wedding. I even considered for a moment making wedding programs to resemble a Playbill of sorts, with the wedding party being called “Dramatis Personae” and all that. But our wedding ceremony was only about 15 minutes long, and I couldn’t be bothered to make the programs happen, nor spend the money on them, so the idea passed.

This quote is one of my favorite love quotes of Shakespeare’s, who is the obvious choice for a theatrical love quote. Hamlet, while well-liked between the two of us, is neither of our favorite plays…although mine, Macbeth, is not one to yield very many love quotes.

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERADoubt thou that the stars are fire
Doubt that the sun doth move
Doubt truth to be a liar
But never doubt I love.

This was done on 14 count aida. I don’t remember where I got the masks, but I changed the “ribbons” to yellow, which was one of the colors I used in the wedding.

The theatre people who came pretty much immediately gravitated towards the table with this one at the center.

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