Rolled Frame Wedding Card
This wedding card is the third sample in my “Navy, Gray, Ivory, Lace, and Burlap” collection – and yes, I was able to work burlap into this design!
The patterned paper is called Gold Wedding Words by the Paper Studio from Hobby Lobby. The light gray is Bazzill Tiara, and the dark gray (tuxedo) is Core’dinations Charcoal. The Paper Studio White Pearl was used for the dress, shirt and pearls. The tan and navy card stock was open stock purchased at Hobby Lobby, but there were no names on the rack or on the paper. The burlap and lace ribbon is also by the Paper Studio from Hobby Lobby.
The bride and groom hearts are adapted from files I purchased in the Silhouette store. The groom is called “Heart Wedding Favor Groom (design #89612)”, and the bride is called “Heart Wedding Favor Bride (design #89609). Both are by Lori Whitlock.
If you’ve seen my last few wedding card posts, you know that I’ve been making card samples that were requested by a mother to give to her daughter whose wedding is in a few weeks. Her daughter is marrying another woman, so I made another sample with two bride hearts.
Thanks for checking out my card post!
6 thoughts on “Rolled Frame Wedding Card”
Oh my Miss Lisa, these are so fantastic. Same sex marriages are kind of hard but yours is perfect.
Another amazing wedding card. So very beautiful! You are so talented my friend.
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An other fabulous creation with the pretty colour combination. Very very pretty !!! And many thanks for the interesting tutorial.
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