Wedding Day Bouquet

My cousin is getting married this weekend. He and his soon-to-be wife met during their college orientation and have been together ever since. They are such a sweet and loving couple and I’m so excited for them to get married!

For their wedding card, I knew I wanted to use the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set both for the image as well as the incredible sentiments.


I stamped two sentiments on the inside; I love how it captures exactly what I’d want to wish someone on their wedding day and does so in beautiful fonts!


To pull everything together, I stamped a single tulip to coordinate with the card and “For the Newlyweds” from the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set on the envelope.


I used tape runner to adhere some of the tulips and then I also used some dimensionals to give the card some depth.



Papers Used: Whisper White, Blushing Bride, Old Olive

Inks Used: Berry Burst, Blushing Bride

Stamps Used: Beautiful Bouquet, Teeny Tiny Wishes

Other: Bouquet Bunch Framelits, Dimentionals

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Wedding Personalization, Part 2

If you haven’t already read Wedding Personalization, Part 1, you should make sure to check it out. Here is a continuation of ways I personalized our wedding day.

For the bottom of my shoes, I added my new last name and our wedding date.


I made this sign to use during our engagement photos to get pictures with our beloved dog, Hannah. We posted this picture on Facebook the day of our wedding and had a framed copy on the welcome table as guests arrived.


Here are the gift bags that were given to our out of town guests. I designed the label to include our wedding date, our names, and an image of South Carolina. The heart represents the area in South Carolina where we were married.


Wedding Personalization, Part 1

Two weeks ago, I married my best friend. It was an incredible day filled with so much love and happiness. Prior to the day, I kept myself busy crafting. Here are some ways I tried to personalize our day.

This “S” hung on the front door of our venue in honor of our last name, Stuart. I made it out of wine corks from bottles of wine we drank together. However, as the wedding date got closer, I did have to ask our favorite local wine shop for some extra corks as we weren’t consuming quite as much wine as I needed for this project.


I made welcome bags for our guests who traveled from out of town. I took mini wine bottles and made custom labels with details of our wedding day. There is a image of a bicycle in the back as we love to bike together.


I knew there would be lots of pictures taken by my photographer of my dress so I wanted to have a hanger with my new last name and our wedding date for the dress to hang on. Once I receive our professional wedding photos, I will post a picture of the dress on the hanger.