Megan - who seems to be my new personal PR magnate - also wrote a lovely comment about the chuppah:
This was the most amazing chuppah creation I could have ever imagined. The bride and groom (as well as the parents)were in tears. There was a particularly beautiful part of the ceremony where the rabbi asked the bride and groom to look up at the chuppah and see all the messages of love and support that their family and friends had made. Rachael's work was creative (incorporating the bride's wishes as well as her own aesthetic suggestions), absolutely beautiful (outside in Vail, against the green Rockies), and impeccably done (every square set off with individually chosen fabric and every seam perfectly stitched). As the bride's mother said, Rachael has created an heirloom. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!I hope to be able to post more photos of the chuppah on my website soon.