No, there's no wedding around here but I do have an (relatively) old project to show you as well as a new one started.
Which first? Perhaps the old one...the CPH Sweater. Progress, while not huge, is being made. The fronts have been completed, the shoulders joined (three needle bind-off) and the sleeve is in progress from the top-down. I put off the sleeve for a few days, as I do quite often. I like to think things out, mull things over, rehearse in my mind, before actually doing. Works for me! Anyway, once I started I sat down with my knitting in front of the computer and turned to Paula Ward's YouTube clip on top-down sleeves. I found this to be an excellent resource. Very clear and easy to follow. I made one change in that I wrapped every second stitch on my way around the sleeve, rather than every stitch. I read on Ravelry, somewhere, that this makes for a better angle of the sleeve.
Once I finished picking up all the stitches and started working in the round, the sleeve looked really good; I was so pleased with myself! Much better than struggling with trying to make a neat job of sewing a seam. Time then to calculate the number and rate of decreases. Then it hit me. There was supposed to be a cable right down the centre of the sleeve! Bother didn't quite hit the mark! A decision needed to be made - did I really want a cable? Yes. Yes I did. Ok, I had to bite the bullet. (Fainthearted folk needn't worry, this part was not photographed!) Ripping was involved but only the 18 stitches of the cable panel. That was enough. Right back to the pick up seam. Sigh. I then worked each row back in pattern until I had all 24 rows worked up complete with cables in their (hopefully) proper places. time will only tell if my maths was correct on that one as well. Cross my fingers that the cable ends in its proper place at the end of the sleeve!