These are more cards for my order. I'm so glad my customer likes my style of card making. Sometimes I think I should use more flowers and embellishments, and I try to, but then I never seem to like the card (only with "Tilda" cards do I love to go overboard - except for the previous frog card!). The solution for me is to keep it more "tailored" and add a smaller amount of goodies. I really prefer a more subtle elegant look, and that is what I tried to do here.
For the first card I computer generated the "Mr. & Mrs." as I don't have a stamp for that, used the Cuttlebug to emboss the paper and also scored it. Then I added the ribbon, flowers and pearls - simple but elegant!
This second card is a scraplift from SusieB - again, lol. I absolutely love her cards, that lady knows what elegant means! I purchased this stamp when I saw how she had used it on several cards. I couldn't wait to get my hands on it and do this card! The embossed paper just gives it so much personality along with the arch edge which was cut with a Martha Stewart edge punch. I heat embossed the trim on the bride's gown, veil and the hearts with a mixture of transparent Clear and Stardust embossing powders, colored the stamp with Copics, added the ribbon, raised the image with pop dots and was set!