These photos were all 'pinched' off facebook and sadly are not the best quality, so I decided they would be best shown off as this mosaic of shots rather than using one or two not so good photos. The couple were married on Anzac Day in Cornwall Park, so I tried to use lots of elements from the day in my layout.
They loved all the stone walls where they had a lot of their photos taken, so accordingly I've started my page with a Kaisercraft Basecoat paper. With the paper being so dark I found I needed to outline the heart shaped photo mosaic with the boldness of a wide black border. The doilies and lace lighten and lift the page as well. The bouquets were made up of dried hydrangea, dotted with red roses and all tied together with black organza ribbon, here I have copied this as best I could. I've carried on the heart theme with Imagine if . . hearts of differing sizes & patterns, which were all faux stitched. The title also includes lots of hearts, which have all been finished with a coat of Glossy Accents. The large 'double heart' matches the wedding invites as best I could.
Enjoy the close ups of the flowers which were painted to match, and you can see the stitching and glossy finish of the hearts.
I am really privileged to do this keepsake for the family and hope they are can amicably decide who gets to keep it, be it the brides parents or the bride & groom.
So how are you all going through the blog hop? You should have come to me directly from Ngaere, then leave here following my link back to the beginning which of course is Jo. I hope you've enjoyed the diversity of all the creations and as always please leave a comment at all blogs to be in with a chance to win this weeks prize which is 2 packets of felt flowers.
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