Can I knit the perfect groom, too?

A London knitting group recently organized what I imagine to be the first ever all-knit wedding. They solicited the help of the knitting public, asking knitters everywhere to knit cakes, candlesticks, finger sandwhiches, and the bridal bouquet. Even the groom was decked out in yarny creations, including an ubertall top hat.

Check out the happy couple:
knit matrimony

The cake:
knit cake

And the snacks:
knit snacks

7 Responses to “Can I knit the perfect groom, too?”

  1. Bria says:

    They’re exiting the church under a bridge of giant knitting needles. Hee.

  2. Never teh Bride says:

    I love the giant needles! That is so freaking cute!

  3. jenny says:

    I looked at those knitted hors d’oeuvres and immediately felt acryic lint in my craw…

  4. Bria says:

    Can’t you totally see some guests who hadn’t heard about the whole yarn theme looking at each other when someone tries to serve them a little knitted champagne flute filled with knitted champagne and saying under their breath ‘You have got to be bloody kidding’ and leaving out the back with their gift tucked under their arm?

  5. Lori says:

    Anyone who would leave what looks like such a happy occasion is a nitwit. They’d have had a good yarn to tell their friends.

    The couple is wearing knitted wedding rings, and the bride looks like she has knitted perls in her hair. Anyone couple has such a good sense of humor and doesn’t take things too seriously should have a happy marriage and a close-knit family.

  6. Never teh Bride says:

    A good yarn? You’re killing me!

  7. Lol! Well, that is definitely a unique wedding 🙂