Spring weddings.. new beginnings for brides Kate, Kami and Claire!

Kate: As I often do, part of the wedding invitation was incorporated onto this first wedding card.

The rounded corners from the invitation were also copied on two corners of the card.

I have also entered Kate’s wedding card into this week’s challenge at “Stampin’ Sisters in Christ” to use soft pastels on your card or project.

Kami: On the second invitation, there was no part of it that could be used for the card.  The invitation was completely black and white with a strong graphic, so I drew from that for the wedding card design.

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Claire: For the third wedding card a large floral area of the invitation was cut out and used.  The frame on the invitation piece was completed by using a matching Copic to draw the lines on the card base.

Claire married a farmer and the reception that my husband and I attended Saturday night was very rustic.  It was adorable with burlap table coverings and hanging lanterns.. like a hoedown.. very fun.  And it was complete with a Holstein cow wedding cake!!  Here is the card I made for her bridal shower.

What a busy happy time for these beautiful young women!


Kate’s Wedding Card:
Stamps: SU Teeny Tiny Wishes
Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; Wedding Invitation
Inks: SU Basic Gray
Accessories: Pearls; Satin Edged Grosgrain Ribbon; Corner Rounder

Kami’s Wedding Card:
: SU Together Forever
Papers: PTI Select White; Echo Park “Yours Truly” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Petaloo Fabric Flower; Silk Ribbon; Martha Stewart Scalloped Edger Punch

Claire’s Wedding Card:
Stamps: SU Together Forever
Papers: PTI Select White; Wedding Invitation
Inks: SU Chocolate Chip; Copic
Accessories: Rhinestones; Dotted Swiss Ribbon

Claire’s Shower Card:
Stamps: PTI Scattered Showers
Papers: PTI Select White; My Mind’s Eye “Dolled Up” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Prima; Kaiser Pewter Pearl; Tim Holtz Alterations Tattered Florals Die; Spellbinder’s Sunflower Die

19 Responses to “Let the Weddings Begin!”

  1. They are all wonderful, Susan. Love that the couple were into rustic and made it their own 🙂

  2. I love how you use the invitations on the card or as inspiration. I creates such a keepsake for the bride.

  3. Wow, that’s a lot of weddings! I love that you incorporate part of the invitation onto your cards, and I love that you used one of the wood grain patterned papers to go with the rustic theme for the last one. You put so much heart into your cards.

  4. Wow, your wedding cards are always fabulous and these are among the best ever!

  5. Susan – All are lovely. I really like the first one with the sweet branch & greeting below. Next fav – the other green with the cut out blossoms & polka dot chiffon ribbon. I like its simplicity and the rhinestone corners – got to remember that detail! TFS your creations…Barb

  6. Whoops – It’s me again. My comment mis-spoke! I should have saidfor the first card – I liked the branch with the greeting above… lol

  7. Each one of these is uniquely fantastic, Susan! Stylish and charming, lots of personality. Just like you, I imagine. :o) Thanks for sharing all of them. Linda

  8. These are fabulous cards, Susan, I especially like the first one with its pastel colour and delicate branch. I also like to make the card to match the invitation or wedding colour scheme if I can.

  9. They are all terrific, I just love how you give each such a personal touch, such pretty matching of the flowers in the paper and the big flower on the last card!

  10. Great job, Susan…I love them all!

  11. I always love your wedding cards! My favorites of these are the first wedding card and the shower card. Sooo pretty! 🙂

  12. Love that first card, so so pretty!

  13. I also like to incorporate a portion of an invitation onto my wedding/graduation cards because it makes them more personal when you do this! I love how you used those gentle branches on the first card, and the hoedown card is just perfect for the celebration you attended! They’re all great, NJ!!

  14. These are BEAUTIFUL Susan!!~

  15. wow all of them are just perfect! How wonderful to use the theme so nicely…true artistic talent. Pat

  16. WOW!!!! All of your wedding cards are absolutely FABULOUS, Susan!!!!! What a great idea to use part of the invitations on the cards….the brides will treasure these especially since you made them with so much love!!!

  17. All cards are beautiful, but the very first card with the soft colours, half pearls and rounded corners is my fav! Love the idea to incorperate part of the invitation! … and it seems, there are not only busy brides this month, also busy people, visiting all these events *laught* Have fun!

  18. Beautiful cards, Susan! You have a real talent!
    Love the rounded corners, pearls and green colors on the first card!
    Love the elegance and contrast of your second card!
    How gentle and how light is the third one! Simply adore bridal shower card!

  19. Beautiful cards. I really love the look of the first one. Thank you for sharing with the Stampin’ Sisters in Christ Challenge. Have a blessed day.

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