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Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Wedding Invite

Now you can see what I have been working on these past couple of months.

The roses were made with the Manhattan Flower embossing folder. I hand cut around the embossing. I used the Butterfly embosslit for the butterfly and added a few pearls. the ribbon is the 1/8" Basic Black taffeta. I really wanted to tie a bow on the ribbon but I was afraid of getting stuck with bumpy cards and extra postage. It is hard to see in the photo (unless you click on it and enlarge) but the inside is stamped with the rose from Fifth Avenue Floral stamp set. I made about 160 of these.


















My handsome son and his lovely bride!

9 comments:

Pam~ said...

OMGosh, Rhonda, these invitations are beautiful!!! Stunning work! Lovely pictures of your son and daughter-in-law! Congrats to all of you!

KER said...

ohmygorgeous!...wowsa...you really did yourself and your son proud right there...and he and she make a beautiful couple

~fairygirlmichelle~ said...

Wow great cards. I was thiking of getting that folder too. i think you just gave me a reason to.

Love the wedding cake they had too. that bright pink is one of my favorite colors. well besides purple and some bright blues.

The Mama Monkey said...

These are amazing! Wow...no detail left undone! I think they look great without the ribbon...just perfect the way they are!!

Donna Heber said...

Rhonda,

Wow! These are stunning! I can't believe you made 160 of them. Thanks for sharing your work and pictures of the bride and groom.

Jordan said...

Invitations are awesome. 160 must of taken some time. The bride and groom awe cute too.

gale said...

Oh wow that invite is gorgeous! I love the simple design and the colors really pop! Your son and his wife make a beautiful couple!

Lois said...

WOW! Beautiful invites and awesome pictures of the bride and groom. You need to rest up girlie! TFS

trisha too said...

They looked like something out of a bridal magazine--those pictures show how cute they are, but not how truly beautiful/handsome they looked!

Rhonda, I can't believe you cut out around all those flowers. Wait a minute, forgot who I was talking to for a minute we're talking about here--yes, I CAN believe you did that!!!

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