As many of you who read my blog regularly know ...I have been in a black and white mood since sometime in January and I was so excited when I saw Theresa Collins' Black and White Damask Collection at CHA. It was just the paper I had been longing for. When I began designing Wedding ensembles for the JustRite booth at the NewYork Stationery Show - I knew that this paper would make a fabulous ensemble. You can find the directions on how to make all the photos I am posting on today's blog on the JustRite Blog.
To make the favor I used the C-30 monogram stamper which stamps a 1 3/16" image.
For the inside of the invitation I used a black cardstock instead of a white. Both cardstocks were dry embossed using the Cuttlebug A2 textile embossing folder. which really gives tha invitation an elegant flair.
I designed this heart to place on a black pyramid folded napkin. If you ever need to fold a fancy napkin here is a link to a great site which has instructions complete with photos.
Once your guest are seated and remove the heart acccent from the napkin they will find this great message on the back side of the heart.
This will make a perfect embellishment for anyone wishing to make a scrapbook page from the wedding.
To make the guest place cards I used the C-30 Monogram Stamper and my Stampin' Up slot punch to punch out the guest names. I used scraps from my black and white paper to make the stripe I placed the guest name on.
Believe it or not this is only a portion of my Wedding Ensemble so stop back in to see the other items I designed as well as photos of the entire ensemble. Thanks for visiting!!