Wedding + More 1920’s Flower Printables

It’s been a wonderful and busy weekend for our family.  My daughter’s life-long best friend got married, and my daughter was her maid of honor.

They’ve been friends since they  were about 6 years old, and have been by each other’s sides ever since, so it was such a joy for me to watch my daughter get to stand by her friend’s side for the most special day in her life.

wedding maid of honor

My middle son was able to come home with his girlfriend to attend the wedding with us, so it was wonderful to have all my kids home for the weekend.  That doesn’t happen nearly as often as I wish it could, so I treasure the times when it does.

1920’s Flower Printables

I promised I would share another set of 1920’s flower printables, and this set is just as wonderful as the first set was.

It is also from Tuckers’ Seed House, which operated in Missouri in the early 1900’s.

 

 

 

 

Click on the link below to download all four images in this set, as well as four more from the first set I  shared.

Tucker’s Seed House Flower Packets

1920's Flower Printables Antique Seed Packets - KnickofTime.net

I’ve been brainstorming some projects to use these images on, so if they turn out as I hope, I’ll be sharing them soon! 🙂

Vaya con Dios,

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Comments

  1. I love the printables you are sharing. I bet it was a lovely wedding. Now a days families are scatttered all over so it is very special when you can get them all together.

  2. These are gorgeous Hunny! However, the link only takes me to one of the packets, maybe I’m doing something wrong?

    I purchased a big load of Antique French Seed packets last summer, but I can’t for the life of me remember where I stored them…lol! So I’ll definitely be using yours for an upcoming project 😀 Thank you so much for sharing.

    Love&Light
    Gunnvor Karita

  3. Naomi S. says:

    I’m assuming that the dark-haired girl in the turquoise dress is your daughter. What a beautiful young woman she is and she looks so stunning in that color! Fun to see them all cleaned up and dressed sometimes, isn’t it? Seems like dressing up is a rare thing these days for most of us. I’m okay with that, but I like to see people in their fancy clothes for special events. Hope your week has started off well with the holiday and all. Nice post!

  4. Nancy LeB says:

    beautiful – thank you

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