This weekend I went to a wedding out in Puslinch that was gorgeous, and I was fortunate enough to bring my camera along for some pics. Rob and Marissa had their wedding out on a huge piece of gorgeous farmland under a tent.
The wedding was adorable… they had a brillant bird theme that ran through everything… from the birdseed favours to the little nests and eggs on the tables. So gorgeous.
The morning after, we came by the tent early to help out with the “morning after” brunch. We were the first ones there… and fortunately for us, the caterers left the candy table still intact. MMmmmmmm. Rainbow licorice for breakfast…
Brunch was delicious, of course… Rob’s sister is a chef who used to work for Canadian Living… no big deal. Three gourmet meals in 48 hours. I’m a big swinging dick, obviously.
Anyhoo… we were like 200 yards away from Aberfoyle Antique Market and I almost plottzed in my pants waiting to head over. I have been jonesing to go there ALL summer, and for some reason, fate had explosive diarrhea in my face each time. I was resolved to get over there, so at around 1 pm… the clouds parted… heaven smiled down on me… and we arrived.
THINGS I WANT
Aaaaahhhhh! Printer’s blocks! So many printer’s blocks I plottzed:
An AMAZING bodyform in fantastic condition:
AND… the most amazing, exquisite, fantastic, piece that I saw there was this antique library catalogue. I AM SO PISSED at myself for not buying it. I’m going back next weekend and picking it up. No body buy it or I will hunt you down and kick you in the nuts/box/what-have-you.
So anyways, it was awesome. I leave you with a variety of pictures of freaky dolls. There was a really high “Freaky Doll Quotient” (FDQ) at Aberfoyle… freak… me… out: