Thursday, April 25, 2013

You may now kiss the bride!

And what a wonderful kiss it was!  Pronounced man and wife at 2:16pm on September 2, 1997!  What a beautiful, awesome, wonderful day!

Story behind the photos:  Well, I must say, I was pretty surprised by the very passionate kiss my husband planted on my lips.  It shocked my then 14 year old little brother, Kelvin.  LOL!

Idea to note: I love the simplicity of this page.  It allows the photo to take center stage.  I also
love the touch of white ink on the page edges.  Gives it a more finished look. 

Below we celebrate the moment with my mother and younger brother.  Such a joyous occasion.  I love how the papers and colors are so happy and sunny.  I love that my mom chose a yellow dress and had my younger brother in yellow and white, as well. The colors lent themselves to our special day quite nicely.

Our wonderful coordinator, shown below was super.  He made sure everything was perfect and was so reassuring when I was nervous about the possibility of the rain forcing us inside.  Although, he looked like he was only 18 years old, he was a man about the business!

He even coordinated our dinner.  When we walked in the restaurant, before even asking who we were they began playing, "Here Comes the Bride" on the piano.  Our table was up on a pedestal.  We felt very special and very happy.

Idea to note:  The papers are simply perfect for these photos.  This layout makes me
smile again and again.  Not only the beautiful, happy faces but the colors and patterns are simply fun and  happy too!  The help to tell the story and evoke feelings of joy!

Supplies used:  Bazzil Basics Cardstock, Chatterbox Patterned Papers,  Making Memories Bling Brads, Metal Phrases and Brads, Generation X Rub Ons. 

Did you miss last week's post, "With this Ring?"  Well, here it is.

Next, week Signed, Sealed, Delivered. 


  1. You are so right about the colors and paper used going so well with the photos. I love your layouts!

  2. Beautiful, and yes the colors flow perfectly...great pictures too!

    1. Thanks so much, Treva. Thanks for stopping by.

  3. Beautiful layout. The paper is just perfect for the pictures!



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