Our sponsors for this challenge are Sir Stampalot
The prize will be:
Two Magnolia Stamps
Two Magnolia Stamps
So without further ado lets get this celebration underway!
For this challenge I decided to use a neutral cardstock so Kaisercrafts 'Mineral' card was the perfect accompanying colour to the beautiful papers from Papermania (a gift from my lovely friend back in England) The delicate pinks, greens and blues complement the mineral paper. I also added some sewing to the card and used 'We are Memory Keepers' and love the variegated neutral colours. The gold and silver again complemented the design papers, names 'Mudpie' and 'Marble'. I then used floral oval die from Spellbinders to cut an oval which is where our bride and groom will stand. I also used my fave Doo hickey die from magnolia- the feathers. This was all tied in with cheesecloth and a die cut invitation that was part of the Papermania pack. On this I wrote out the date (the date of the challenge) location (The Totally Tilda Challenge Blog) and people (Tilda and Edwin) to make it into a real invite.
For the stamps I used 'Loving wedding couple' and 'Flower girl Tilda'. Here are the colour combos I used, colouring in Distress Inks-
Skin- Tattered rose/spun sugar
Dress- Aged Mahogany
Suit- Stormy sky/chipped sapphire
Hair (Bride) Scattered straw/ Wild Honey
Hair (Groom) Tea Dye/Honey
Skin- Tattered Rose/spun sugar
Dress- Victorian Lace
Hair- Scattered Straw/Wild honey
Shoes- Aged Mahogany
Basket- Tea Dye/Scattered Straw
Flowers on both are 'worn Lipstick'
I then coloured round the couple with a very pale wash of 'Broken China'.
I added glitter to the dresses and pearl rhinestones for earrings. The flower girls basket is full of flat back hearts and she is scattering them as she goes.
Behind both stamped images is a layer of romantic lace from my personal stash. and have added some bling in the form of these awesome crystals and sparkly charm from Ribbon Girl. The flowers are also from Ribbon Girl. I added Prima butterflies to finish the image.
Finally a bit of Diamond stickles to the flowers.
Hope you enjoy the day!
Love D xx