I've been working my way through photos from my youngest daughter's wedding. It was a small wedding (second marriage for both her and her husband) and the photographer didn't take a large amount of photos, but along with a few selfie photos from their Disney World honeymoon, I've filled up a post-bound album. This layout is the latest, and one of my favorites, The groom and best man were hamming it up for the camera.
My daughter and son-in-law both are huge rockabilly music fans (they met at a rockabilly music show and had a rockabilly themed wedding), so I was thrilled to find some music-themed paper with a 50's vibe. The patterns above are from Authentique's "Dapper" line, which is fabulous, I used a sketch from Susan Stringfellow, turned sideways and rearranged a bit. I hid the journaling tag under the square photo. I used punches to replicate the bottom paper pattern of notes and bubbles across the top of the page.
I've mentioned before that I'm a big fan of Laura Whitaker's sketches, but did you know she also designs some fabulous digital cut files? For this next layout of my granddaughter, I used the April free cut file that Laura offers on her blog, along with one of her older sketches that I found on Pinterest. The paper collection is "Paper Dolls" from Photoplay.
The background is a lovely pale pink color from Bazzill; it never shows up well in photos.
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