Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Happy I DO day!!!!

Many of you can recall the moment you received an invitation to a wedding that you knew you would remember for a lifetime - right? I am not talking about JUST YOUR OWN.. but you know what I am talking about.. the wedding that is hosted by people that love to throw a good party, or its during a particular time of year, or you get to travel to some grande place that you have wanted to go but just needed the excuse... know what I mean???

Well, my fiancee received a wedding invitation, from one of his soldiers, the wedding day is December 31, 2010. Of course I was like NEW YEARS EVE ? I WANT TO GET MARRIED ON NEW YEARS EVE!!!! He paid no mind to me...LOL!! He filled out the RSVP by the given date and then said "Well, you better get a card ready"... I freaked out a little not knowing if we were attending or not, and when he smiled and said "NYE in Michigan, are you sure you can handle it??" WAHOOOOOOOO-- I will take NYE anyplace that I can get dressed up and be an adult!!!! {{ dance the jig}}

So ladies (and gents) the wedding card:

The close up of the flowers- which were cut by the Big Shot using the smallest flower on the Flower Fusion.


I used Concord Crush with just a touch of Pear Pizzazz. I wished for elegance, without too much fluff.. I added just a few pearls on some of them. Now I have to find a paded envelope to travel with - since we are flying out to Michigan and I do not want too much repair on arrival.
Now what to get as a gift???? UGH!

5 comments:

Basement Stamper said...

The couple is going to adore this card, it is gorgeous!!! So elegant, those colors look great together.

Myrna said...

Absolutely stunning. They will love it.
Myrna

Brenda Hugar said...

Great card! What about putting inside a stamp case for safe travel?

Have fun and enjoy Michigan. Been there during that time of year as a child, can you say SNOW and lots of it. Have a great time, the bride and groom are gonna love the card.

Rosie said...

Most incredibly beautiful!

Nancy S said...

I hope the Lucky couple will have the sense to frame this as a keepsake.