Tuesday, January 21, 2014

His and Hers Personizled Plates

Shevon Gant Ceramics
Shevon Gant Ceramics

His plate, your plate, our plates.  Shevon Gant creates His and Hers Personalized Plate Sets.  This plate is hand built and made with smooth porcelain clay. The shape of this plate is really special. I designed it to feel well in your hands as well as serve food beautifully. There's no sharp or rough edges on this plate making it easy to clean and care for. This plate set is glazed with a sweet and classic satin white glaze. This plate is made to order. 
See more from her Etsy shop Shevon Gant Ceramics.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Cake Topper?...Just The Two of Us



I love unique things for weddings and found these little statues, Just The Two Of Us,  which I thought were perfect for cake topper or a centerpiece for the couples table.  The beauty of this item is it can become a part of the household after the wedding.
 
Martin O'Neill is a ceramic artist of 30 years.  He studied in Manchester, England and his primary work is pitfired and raku forms.  Talk to Mr. O'Neill about his work and see more from his etsy shop.

Monday, November 11, 2013

We Require a Kiss To Pass

In some military weddings, the newly married couple exit the ceremony under an impressive archway of swords, sabers or rifles. This unique tradition is perhaps one of the most defining differences between a military and civilian wedding. It is also sure to rate three tissues for tears of pride.

US Naval Academy Wedding  Gea and Chris    Dennis Drenner Photographs
For commissioned officers, the ceremony is referred to as the Arch of Sabers. Non-commissioned officers and enlisted personnel use a variation of it is known as the Arch of Rifles.

Generally speaking, after the I do’s are exchanged, the bride and groom leave the service and enter the archway lined by honor guards holding the ceremonial weapons. They may stop to kiss and then pass through. Before completing the symbolic safe passage into marriage, the last two members of the honor guard block their journey while one of guards gives the new military spouse a rather un-ceremonial swat on the rear accompanied by words of welcome to whatever branch of service she has married into. You won’t find it written down anywhere, but perhaps those blocked weapons of choice and swat are also quite symbolic of the challenges military couples face! [source Military Weddings 101].


Below a video of what that ceremony looks like.


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