When a wedding ceremony in North Carolina’s Cumberland County is filmed by Instagram, it’s hard not to think of the old school decor that decorators and their families used to make at home.
It was a time when people in this small southern New Jersey town would often dress up for weddings in traditional dresses and headpieces.
They would be so excited to see their friends, family, and co-workers, and the first thing they’d do was to start decorating their home.
They would spend hours crafting their own custom pieces, and they would make sure to show off the best of their craft, like flowers, wreaths, and even a giant red-and-white, all-black, and gold wedding cake.
“My parents were very strict about the way we dressed,” said Elizabeth Hildebrand, a graduate of the Cumberland College of Art & Design.
“We didn’t want to show anyone off.
We would dress up like the bride and groom for their reception.
We were so proud of our work.
The decorators at the wedding hall, which is now called the “Lincoln” at Cumberland Memorial, would spend countless hours making their gowns, wedding bands, and bouquets, which are sold by the dozen, look like they were made in the ’60s.
When a wedding is filmed on a large screen, it can be difficult to distinguish the decorators’ craft from that of a typical wedding, but they are so much better than that.
This year, Hildebrands, who is now the owner of Lincoln, will be getting her own video shot by Instagram to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the original wedding.
The video features a collection of photos from the wedding and highlights some of the best decorations and decorations from the past 50 years.
In addition to the video, Lincoln will be releasing a limited edition edition of the wedding ring, commemorating the 50 years of the “lincoln” wedding hall.
For more photos of the Lincoln wedding hall visit Instagram: #Lincoln2017. “
[The video] will definitely help people see that there are so many great people working in this industry, but the best is yet to come,” she said.
For more photos of the Lincoln wedding hall visit Instagram: #Lincoln2017.
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