I've been working on wedding cards quite a bit recently. I hope you're not tiring of seeing them. I've been trying to make many different designs, so hopefully the variety will pique your interest.
I made this for a certain someone that is getting married soon. My inspiration came from the gift that I made for the couple. It has a heart shape in it. As well as this weeks Shabby Tea Room post.
I found the white flowers in the wedding aisle of the craft store and thought that they would look great on a wedding card.
The real surprise to this card is what is inside................
A wedding cake! I found the cutting files for this yummy cake here. What an extremely talented artist. I am in awe of Carol's creative mind!
With a little bit of engineering, I was able to work out my design in Photoshop to include the decor as well as allow for the cake to be cut correctly.
I used a few digi goodies from the Digichick to create this card. I recolored the blossoms on one of the Spring Ballet Accent Clusters by Laitha's Designs. I wanted the colors to match the brides.
I used flowers from the Vanilla Noir kit by Quirky Twerp to decorate the top of the cake. I also used paper from that pack for the inner liner and outside of the card. The background paper for the inside of the card is from Iced Latte Paper Pack by Kellie Mize.
I hope that the couple finds this card as yummy as I do!
There will be more wedding and graduation stuff coming up soon. I'm also taking part in a HUGE iNSD blog hop on May 7 with a whole bunch of the ScrapMatters team. There will be all kinds of freebies along the way. Including something from yours truly! So be sure to come back for that.