Today I thought I'd post photos of the various wedding samplers I've stitched. No, I never stitched on for DH & me.
This one was for my younger sister and brother-in-law.
This was for my youngest sister and brother-in-law.
This was for my pastor's daughter. This is one of only a handful of project to have no mistakes. The mirror image effect of the pattern made any mistakes glaringly obvious so I frogged quite a bit.
This was for a good friend and her husband. She was my matron of honor when I got married.
This one was the only one that I've done a major modification on to fit the couple. The original was for two white hands and cream colored roses. I was matron of honor in this wedding. Unfortunately, none of the bride's other "friends" would stand up for her because she was marrying a non-white man.
I did this one for my cousin and her husband. I modified this one slightly by extending the borders and adding their names and the date.
This is one sampler that I've stitched 3 different times. I stitched it for the lady who used to be my babysitter (now divorced); my uncle and his 2nd wife, the image shown, (now divorced); and my niece and her husband. The third time was the charm with this one - the niece and nephew are still together!
I have also stitched one with swans on it but never had a photo. I stitched one called United in Love as well but since they got divorced, I guess they weren't that united. Never had a photo of that one either. Oh, well.