AllOccasionAprons of St. Stephen's Community Church, UCC
-- ENHANCING LIVES THROUGH THE ART OF THE APRON --
WEDDING CAKE APRONS
For the cake cutting ceremony
and many happy anniversaries thereafter
A Symbol of
the couple's personal commitment
to working together to build a new life and new home
Bridal apron off-white, vintage fringe trimmed with off-white pearls and lace. Sash made of gold satin ribbon.. Groom's apron off-white, "tool" pockets across the bottom and pen pocket on chest trimmed in gold satin. Neck straps attached with velcro.
Bridal apron white with white satin underlayer trimmed with gold and white rosettes and gold satin. Groom's apron black trimmed with gold satin on bottom "tool" pockets and rosette on pen pocket.
NOTE: The Sanctuary of St. Stephen's Community Church, United Church of Christ, in Lansing, MI is available for weddings by calling the church at 517-484-2180.
.For the happy newlyweds (and the rest of us), the aprons were a big hit. The trim was beautiful. We left the laminated card on the cake table and the DJ also read the story as they were cutting and serving the cake. Everyone stopped and got really quiet. You could hear a pin drop. Many came up afterwards to ask where this came from. It was truly a beautiful cake ceremony, and made all the more special by including this trim from the parents of the bride and groom.”
Diane (Mother of the bride)
Trim from the wedding garments of both mothers-in-law (the lace flower from one and the scroll trim from
the other) were incorporated into the aprons of both the bride and the groom as a symbol of their respective families' acceptance and support of this union. Wearing these aprons to serve cake to their new in-laws reinforced the bride's and groom's acceptance of this new family as their own