However, I had a few minutes to play, and so I made the wedding card. That's a page from a falling-apart copy of Daphne Du Maurier's Frenchman's Creek (which I did like and do own a better copy of); of course, I picked one of the lovey-dovey romantic pages to sew over.
Phoebe was given a pretty dress, but I wished for pretty bloomers to go under it, so I sewed up some lavender ones with a scrap left from Genevieve's pajamas. I used a pattern in my stash and modified it to Phoebe's hilarious measurements. Because I didn't think she'd be using these bloomers a lot and because I need any shortcut I can get right now, I did not finish the seam edges and I sewed the elastic directly on the fabric instead of making casings.
I don't have any actual photos from the wedding (way too overwhelmed with just keeping my wits about me for all the needs of a nursing mother and baby). Here are gratuitous photos of Phoebe with my dad. Our little sweetheart.