Hi everyone! Happy to say I’m alive and well and on the other side of my daughter’s wedding! Woot, woot! This was the first wedding in our family but the third daughter out of four, so I’ve got a lot of work ahead of me. However, it doesn’t look like there is another one on the horizon for a while. Thank goodness because I need a vacation!
Anyway, it was an absolutely fabulous day. The weather was fantastic and the venue beautiful. Just wanted to give you a little bit of what the decorations were like. Of course, being a Sizzix artist allowed me the opportunity to have everything at my fingertips to create this project!
This photo is a shot of the head table. I purchased a very large dictionary at a garage sale (as most of you know I’m a big garage saler!) and opened it to the center. I used the Bigz Pro dies, 3-D Rosettes & 3-D Rosettes #2, to form the roses. I embellished the little cluster of arrangements with brown coffee filters, doilies, vintage leaves, vintage flowers and old lace. The letters were die cut from the Serif Essentials dies and embellished with german glass glitter. They stood upright on the book and were balanced by and glued to small pieces of foam. Easy, peasy and relatively inexpensive! It was definitely the look we were going for.
Cardstock: Gray for letters; white and ivory for flowers
Surfaces: Coffee Filters; Paper Doilies
Trims: Lace; Ribbon
Embellishments: German Glass Glitter; Vintage Leaves and Flowers
Adhesive: Hot Glue Gun