Sunday, 8 July 2018

Muddy Lace Dress

I wanted to share with you a special layout of my wedding.
This is one of my favourite photos from my wedding day and I have used Meg's products to make this photo sing, as you'll see.
When I saw this lace PP from Meg's Garden, I knew I wanted to use it on something special.
Have a look and tell me what you think...
I have combined the lace PP with a plain kraft cardstock.  Stamped a script along the side and white embossed the stamping to stand out. I backed my photo with a frame of black cardstock and then used a script PP to tie in the lace PP with the plain background.  The script PP is from Midsummers Night Dream, a tale of love stories.  I used tulle from Meg's goodies and I added a touch of my own lace along the photo to tie together the PP and my dress in the photo.
And the cluster of embellishments are all from Meg's Garden bundle of goodies.  I started with the sheer organza white ribbon, then I place the cluster of paper flowers, I have used white and ivory as the layout has a mix of both in the PPs.
I have used a satin seamed organza ribbon near the cluster to soften the flowers edge.
Using the Branch with Flowers die in an ivory pearlescent cardstock I have framed the photo over the organza ribbon.
I have used the single flower that you get with the die to place a few blossoms around the page.  I have used the diamond rhinestones around the organza ribbon for a touch of sparkle.
With the suggestion from my friend Mary Bennetts I have written along the bottom
"When your heart is so happy, it doesn't matter if your lace dress is muddy..."
It's perfect because I love this picture, as I have no worries in the world at this moment in time.  I love my muddy wedding dress, it was a beautiful day walking through the vineyards with the man I love.
Hope you've enjoyed sharing in my creation with Meg's beautiful products, be sure to pop along to the website to look at her stunning collections.
Take Care

1 comment:

  1. absolutely DIVINE, every bit of this the saying that Mary suggested, and that lace and the all pops so nicely against the Kraft cardstock. Beautiful, Bec :)