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Medieval wedding

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middle 15th century (1455-1460) Austria - Styria Sankt Lorenzen ob Murau altar paintings in the local church - Martyrdom of Saint Margaret (the panels are not necessarily in the right order)

Неизвестный художник Жених и невеста, Около 1470, 64,5 x 35,5 см, Дерево, темпера

Неизвестный художник

Another pinner said: German late 15th Century green v-neck hausbook kirtle

so much goodness in this pic - hair, dress styles, colors, cloaks, hats, jewelry, heraldic

The Cotehardie & Houppelande Homepage:

How To Make Your Own Personalized Dress Form Using Duct Tape - Thanks Etsy!

Step by step how to turn a pop up into an amazing pavilion! (via #spinpicks)



medieval hats

Medieval ring

Satoshi Saikusa Captures Medieval Fantasy with Ella Kandyba and Nadine Ponce for S Moda September 2012


Head table banner placemats

Favor: seed bombs!

Hand fasting best by Ellyiar, via Flickr

Maiden braids hairstyle

Pierre Choque, Commémoration de la mort d’Anne, reine de France, duchesse de Bretagne, Paris; c. 1514-1515

Fall Decor

how to make homemade hard cider @ readymade

making a medieval single-pole pavilion - for the wedding night ? ;)

Making a Medieval Single-Pole Pavilion

how to style a side braid

Medieval Fig Tarts

medieval study

The only remaining Medieval Crown (1370-80) - bridal crown

Medieval Recipes - goat

Early Poesy Ring: ca. 1200-1400, high carat gold inscribed with Lombardic lettering in Norman French "Ceit Mon Vie" with hand-engraved exterior of rose and leaf motifs as well as a cross pattée. "A poesy ring is embellished with a saying engraved to its interior. Most often signifying a marriage ring, posie rings are typically English in origin with a long history from the medieval era to the 18th century. A few even entered into the 19th century. These engraved inscriptions took many forms..."