Now I hear wedding bells! Thanks for all the creative pairings
you made and shared with us.
Special thanks to buttondeb–
for the first original matchups–a girl who is prompt with her
homework! And thank you to a niece who said that maybe I was
on the wrong track because most of the men didn’t seem
marriageable . . .I’m ignoring that! This is what I came up with:
First ones down the aisle will be –ta-da! (click to enlarge–at your
own peril–might turn out to be wallpaper! — all photos
He’s been searching for
a great looking broad like her . . .off to the
nightclubs they’ll go
right after the reception.
Save some rice for the DOUBLE WEDDING of the Washington sisters and
the twin Mr. Suaves———-
what a pair!
and here’s Sis and twin brother:
throw some rice!
I saw a couple we know at the wedding in the crowd—it’s tired mother
O’Half and I were invited to the next wedding. Seems he’s a cousin-in-law or something
to a distant great-aunt . . .and so we went. It was a beautiful wedding and they plan to
honeymoon in Scotland this summer.
I think “delivery boy” might take a shine to Cinderella girl—-he’s young enough–they
can watch Disney movies together. After all, “Frozen” was a pretty entertaining movie.
And they can raise 101 Dalmatians.
And what about nice guy with flyaway tie—#3? He was able to turn the head of
Miss Sniff (#4)
You have already guessed who ended up
with “Sly” #8, haven’t you? Who else but
“Looking for Fun”?
Oh, no! Trouble ahead
with these two!
Putting away my calculator, I figure that
leaves us THREE people on the button
cards unhitched. And do you know my
***#4. Bachelor—————–remains a bachelor. Or, taking a hint
from the reader “Booksilver” in a comment—he might end up with
a graphic lady from a package of snaps! See the old post “On the way
to a button post” October 3, 2011. What a memory, Booksilver! And
I would put my money on miss “Koh-i-noor” with that snap in
her eye!! They’ll have a time, eh? So, maybe he doesn’t remain a
bachelor—and we combine posts!! Maybe someday button children
will be cousins to snap children! Wait, let’s see how does that work?
The brown-eyed snaps have the blue-eyed buttons only one in
four times?—something to do with growing pole beans as I recall.
Let’s leave that for another day!
Anyway–I’m left with . . .
two women, #5. Orange Coat and #10. Blue Anchor.
I think they become a “Boston Marriage.”
There! now I’ll put away all these cards!