Wedding Card for a Beautiful Couple

 

Eric and AnnMarie's wedding card front

Well, the Big Day finally arrived! My wonderful nephew, Eric married the one and only AnnMarie, the girl of his dreams. It was such a joy and an honour to be part of their wedding and to celebrate with them after they had taken their vows. (My husband and I danced like no one was watching…we had a blast!)

So, back to Eric and AnnMarie…these two are Solid! I know in my heart that 60 years from now, they will still be in love and, what’s more, they will still be best friends! They are planning to start their family, soon, so there will be little Erics and AnnMaries to bring more sunshine and laughter into the world!!

I wanted to make them a special wedding card, and I wanted it to be simple and elegant. The photo above shows the front of the card. As  you can see, my Silhouette Cameo and my Cuttlebug got into the act, along with a little bit of creativity. I decided on an easel card. It was my husband’s idea to put their initials on the front…good idea, Sweet P.! Oh, and by the way, their wedding colours were teal, white and black, hence the teal roses.

 Here is the card opened as an easel.

And, finally, here is the inside of the card. Lots of space to write messages!

 The verse says: “May the Lord bless your life together and may you fall in love with each other over and over again. Happiness always!”

And to that I say, “Amen!”

P.S. I will also be posting tons of photos of the mini-album that I made for them…what a fun and joyful project!

The Crafter’s Cafe Challenge #2

Welcome back to the Crafter’s Cafe Challenge #2: Ribbons and/or Lace

There’s always something fun going on at The Crafter’s Cafe.

This month, the theme is is to use ribbons and/or lace on your project.

I fell in love with this adorable ladybug digi called, “Love You Lara,” by Digital Delights, partly because she’s just so darn cute and partly because my nickname is Globug. I coloured her with my Copics, added stitching to the heart box with my white gel pen and embellished her with some sparkle and ribbon. As I have been doing with all my cards this year, I finished the two inside panels and the back with the same designer paper. The sentiment, “I totally love you,” is generic enough to use for Valentine’s Day or any time you just want to say, “I love you.”

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