fleur de pink

the bride i created these programs for wanted 
hot pink, black & a fleur de lis.
i really liked the black cardstock i used.  
it was a leatherette and i think it made the finished product a little more "edgy".

the fleur de lis is also cut out of the black 
using the cricut.
i like that it adds a little more texture than just printing it on.

i also did some coordinating table numbers.  
the bride had frames that she put them in on each table.
the tiny polka dots on the stripe really make these cute!


amieggs said...

this is really nice!!!! I hope they had a great wedding =D

JHill said...

Thanks for linking up to the Mad Skills party!

Diane said...

Gorgeous! Love anything fleur de lis and this is no exception. Just beautiful.

Michelle said...

What great colors!! I bet this looked amazing at the wedding.

:) Michelle

the momma (aka Shannon) said...

Really cute. Great job!

Helena said...

I love looking at wedding invitations! They say so much about the bride and her style.

Thank you for participating in the Therapy Session with Life in the Pitts!

Meg said...

Wow, very nice!

FrouFrouBritches said...

Beautiful! Great job!

Julia said...

These are lovely! Great Work.

carrie marie said...

I'm visiting you from New Friend Fridays. I love that you cut the fleur de lis out of the cardstock. It gives it a pop and adds a nice texture. And I love that you switched it up on the table cards and made the fleur de lis pink instead of black. Very well done!

Kaysi said...

That is beautiful!!

Ron Cooper said...

Hi Beth!

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Whimsical Creations said...

They turned out beautiful!!

Jessica Hills said...

These are so pretty! Thanks for linking to FTF!

FineArtPainting said...

easy + 10min + something really sophisticated as a result.
we love this formula.

do come link it up at our site so that our readers can find this and your other wonderful ideas:

(new party every wednesday, findable at our home page)

we look forward to featuring your work!


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