A Very Special Wedding Card

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A Very Special Wedding Card

Good morning, Friends!  Today I have a very special wedding card to share with you.  It’s not every day that you get to make a wedding card for your son and his new bride!  Our middle son, Andrew, was married last month and naturally, I wanted to make a special card to mark the occasion.  Since I knew that red is the bride’s favorite color, I chose a simple botanical background with a bold red ribbon and hand crafted rose to star in this creation.

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The Mr. & Mrs. stamp is fresh and modern when stamped in black ink on parchment paper.  I used Spellbinders Labels Eighteen to to die cut the the stamped sentiment and matted it with red cardstock.  Here’s a fun tip you might use.  To create the perfect mat for this label, I just die cut the red cardstock, cut it in half lengthwise and glued it behind the label so that a small border shows all the way around the stamped panel.  There is a very tiny gap on either side, but it is barely noticeable.  I do this quite often when I want a very thin mat.

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The background paper is Graphic 45 Botanicabella.  This is one of my favorite collections, and I tend to hoard it because it is now out of print and hard to find.  But it went to a worthy cause!

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The rose is made with Spellbinders Spiral blossoms one.  I’ve spritzed it with Copper perfect pearls.

The ribbon is Red Organza from Really Reasonable ribbon.  I tied it with my Zutter Bow it All to make that perfect bow!

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The inside is very simple, and features a hand-written sentiment.  I also included a gift envelope, but failed to photograph it. But I did remember to photograph the custom box I made to house the card and gift.

Andrew and Shantelle wedding box

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Here’s a photo of our new family:

Thanks for letting me share this special moment with you.  I hope you found some good ideas and inspiration for your own card making adventures.  If so, I’m happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers!

Cheerio,

kathy

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11 thoughts on “A Very Special Wedding Card

  1. Robin

    Kathy –

    I had saved this post to comment on later because when I first saw it, I loved it, but I had to take time out to be with family. My mom passed away and being the child in town, I was the one the family leaned on. Now the busy part is over and I’m getting back to viewing my email postings. Your card is just beautiful! I love that you made in with red because your daughter-in-love loves that color. The photo is just lovely! I love the bride’s flowers and your red shoes! What a beautiful family! Following your posts makes me very happy!

  2. Marjie Kemper

    What a gorgeous card, Kathy, and how fabulous that you made a special box to fit the 3D flower. Thanks for sharing the wedding photo, too…. what a beautiful bride and handsome groom!

  3. Karen Petitt

    Hi Kathy, just wanted to pop over and say thank you for the lovely comment you left on my Craft Hoarders Anonymous entry – so very nice of you – thank you!

    You created a really beautiful card, exquisite flower and the paper and ribbon are just perfect! You are blessed with a very beautiful family too xx

  4. Darlene Pavlick

    WOW what a beautiful card that I’m sure your new ‘daughter’ will treasure forever! LOVE the new family photo … what a great start for a scrapbook! The photo & card together! All the best to the new couple and once again you’ve given me such amazing inspiration. Thanks

  5. smithgfb

    What a wonderful card and such a lovely family! The new bride should be so pleased you took the time to craft her a thing of beauty! Hope your day is a good one!

  6. carol edwards

    Hi Kathy a beautiful card for a very special day. Love how nowadays people can choose any colour they love for their special day. Thank you for sharing the picture , one to keep for the album, good wishes too for your son Andrew and new wife x

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