Thirty-one years ago today, my sisters had a double wedding. They were married inside the Emmanuel Church in Coloma, California. Tina wrote a post about the church back in May. Click here to go back and read her post. In the picture you see below, from left to right, that's cousin Elaine, Tina, Lori and me:
They made their dresses, and our outfits, too. Their wedding dresses were made from this Gunne Sax pattern:
And I think the pattern below may have been the one that was used for the skirts worn by Elaine and me. You can't see them, but they were off-white cotton with eyelet lace trim:
I still have my skirt, but I couldn't find it for this post. I did find my blouse, though. Made from a pretty little posy print with lace trim:
I don't know which pattern the blouses were from, but maybe I'll come across it some day. How sweet are those little heart-shaped buttons?
(I'm hoping to borrow Tina's dress from her some day, and I will dress Penny in it so that I can add it to this post and share it with you. If I find my skirt, I'll do the same with my maid of honor outfit.)