Thursday, 31 January 2013

A winter Wedding project

It seems like so long ago I was asked to make the wedding stationary for a lovely couple who got married two weeks ago in the Ice Palace in Lapland. They were going with their parents and having the reception when they arrived home. We got together and came up with a snowflake and blue theme. Here are some photos I took.
It was lovely to hear from the Bride and Groom that people loved the invites. Here is the table planner, it was the last thing I made incase of any changes to the seating.
The table numbers whish stood on little stands with candles in lanterns. They are double sided.
The menus follow the same theme. The snowflakes had a little twinkle of irridescent glitter.
I made an exploding box for the Grooms Mum to give them. I put photos of the happy couple inside.
This is the card thet was given with the box.
This was my gift, I bought it at Harrogate from the MDF man.
I'm hoping to recieve some photos of the room set and will post them. Thanks for stopping by Debbie


Paper Engineer said...

I know how many snowflakes it took to produce this project Debbie. Absolutely stunning and I'm sure your design will only have enhaced the table settings. Looking forward to seeing the pics.
Lesley x

Paula (PEP) said...

Absolutely beautiful - I remember you working on getting the card out of the dies & can imagine that you had rather a lot of 'snow' after cutting all those snowflakes. The results are stunning & I love the sheer elegance of what you created.
An enduarnce test I'd imagine too.
Paula (PEP)

Paper Creations by Shirley said...

Such an amazing & gorgeous project Debbie ! Have a great weekend, Shirleyx

Anonymous said...

Amazing Debbie and so pretty, it must have take a lot of work on your part, but well worth it.

Claire said...

Hi DEbbie, gorgeous work I bet the bride and groom were chuffed to bits with all your hard work. I hope you're having a good weekend
Claire xx

Dianne said...

Beautifully done.Fabulous project, very well thought out.