Here’s a sneak peak at the Christmas postcard I designed for us this year. Whenever something works out in photoshop I get really excited since I don’t really know what I’m doing. (Learning by trial and error!)
I made the snowflakes from photoshop (really easy tutorial on that here- I skipped all the background stuff and added some extra styling) and the font in the bottom right is a free font called Matilde available here. They’re currently off at the printers (overnightprints.com) and then hopefully arriving in mailboxes before Christmas!
Don’t forget to enter the giveaway! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!
It’s time for another giveaway from CSN stores!! Enter to win a $35.00 gift certificate to any of their stores! (There are over 200 CSN stores.)
They have every kind of suitcase imaginable in their luggage store (handy for traveling around the holidays) to furniture, baby supplies, and home decor.
How to enter:
1. Head on over to the link above.
2. Come back and leave a comment on this post listing your favorite travel item, name, and email address.
3. For an extra entry – put a link on facebook or your blog and leave a second comment telling me where you posted.
4. I’ll pick a winner next Wednesday, Nov 24th.
Sarah put a lot of time and thought into planning her wedding. And the result was fabulous!
One of my favorite details that Sarah wanted to include was using her grandmother’s ring (which was also a “something blue”). I attached the ring to the front of her bouquet.
The centerpieces at the reception (held at SEL Event Center) were curly willow, river rock and roses.
Sarah’s bouquet featured burnt orange calla lilies, red and orange dahlias, roses.
The fantastic cake was made by Sarah’s mom, Kathy. Mainly red velvet but a few layers of Funfetti just for the groom. (Funfetti also happens to be my favorite kind of cake!) Her sister-in-law made the “Love Is Sweet” sign for the dessert table and loads of her relatives came to help us decorate the reception site.
Thanks and Congratulations!