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Save Us a Seat at the Wedding!

Phew! If there was every a group of people running in the church juuuust before the doors close, it's the folks in Grandville! 

Now I'm not proud of these pics but my folks were desperate to get to this wedding so I had to do it as fast as I could!

Aria and her date to be renamed. He had some fancy pants business name before I gave him a dread mohawk. More of him (and repainted lips) coming soon!

Felix and the other Danielle getting hitched soon(ish).

 "The hat's a bit much, don't you think?
"Says the girl in the motorcycle jacket."

Congratulations Danielle and Rod!


  1. Oh Aria have a seat but you still love cute and so does the soon to be bride!

    1. I mean look cute, I need to proof read all my post because I don't believe the things I leave behind!

  2. They look smashing! Love Aria's jacket!

  3. Looking good to have just put that together I love her pink hair stay in touch

  4. Lovely dolls. They better hurry, the church is fastly filling up. Lol!

  5. I like the jacket doll with pink hair. :)

  6. Both couples look great. Aria has a look of, "Ok. Enough with the pictures. Let's get this show on the road." Great picture window by the way.

  7. They look great! And they got there just in time!!


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