This post tags some of the wedding projects I have created.
I used some clearance DoodleBug cards I found at Michaels to make this card; which would be a perfect card to include with a wedding gift. It is a heat embossed bride and groom stamp on a white and black card accented with a black satin bow.
I made this card as an example of an engagement announcement. It is silver Recollections Cards (prepackaged from Michaels) embossed with a Lifestyle Crafts circles folder. It features a 3D word block and a 3D bride and groom cookie cutter shape, also from Lifestyle Crafts (http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-WEDDING-or-ANNIVERSARY-DIES-Quickutz-Lifestyle-Crafts-Bride-Groom-Rings-Wine-/200720064166?pt=US_Die_Cutting_Machines_Dies&var=&hash=item2ebbd91ea6). It is held shut with a transparent silver ribbon.
These sexy little cards are for a bachelorette party. For this project, red lace is stretched over metallic black cardstock and glued onto a red A2 card. It is accented with black satin ribbon, a tailor bow, and rhinestones.
This card was created for a wedding gift but would be really cute as a wedding invitation, too. I used the Lifestyle crafts Jubilee printing plates (http://lifestylecrafts.com/products/letterpress/printing-plates/jubilee-printing-plates.html) and gold letterpress ink (http://lifestylecrafts.com/products/letterpress/ink/letterpress-ink-30-ml-gold.html). The gatefold gold paper is held shut by a belly band created with Lifestyle Crafts wave die (http://lifestylecrafts.com/waves.html).