Colin went to the ceremony for the pub couple on his own, I chickened out of that part but we both went to the pub reception straight after, it's a good job they started that one early as we could at least make it to both receptions, and yes two lots of food, lol.
I got all poshed up too, with a raspberry knitted tunic dress thingy, a slinky ankle length black skirt and a black asymmetric cardy, then to top the outfit off (or bottom it as the case may be), I ended up wearing my black biker boots (nice and dainty don't you think, lol). Well I did put on some black shoes, but my feet were freezing before I'd even left the house, so being a person that goes for comfort over beauty the boots won hands down.
These are the wedding cards I made. They should have been quick cards, and indeed they look like quick cards, but somewhere along the line the clock went into double time and I have no idea how they took so long, lol. I used Polka Doodles Love a Cherish CD for these, I was told both couples would appreciate contemporary cards so that's what they got.
A card set from a recent Mag article.
More Polka Doodles with this weeks blog challenge, which is to make a project with a hidden element. The design team have made some gorgeous projects to get your creative juices flowing so take a look for some of that all important inspiration. Here's my card.
I used the new cd Sundae of Seasons for all the papers and elements, the yellow nameplates are all ready to have a message written on them for the recipient. The cards below are all cards I made for Nikky and the launch of the new cd.