One of my best friends Amanda got married yesterday and I was thrilled to be part of this special day. She said they didn’t want any presents but I wanted to have something for the lovely couple so I made them this decorated wedding picture frame. I got my inspiration from a house-warming frame and tweaked it to work from the bride and groom.
Frame (I bought mine at Michaels)
Stickers (letters, words, and flowers)
Paper cutter and scissors
Tape and glue
|I've got my Diet Coke and two furry helpers. What more could I want?|
I think this is the kind of project that really doesn’t need much explanation. She's taking his last name, and that's what is in the top left corner that I've blacked out. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in the comments.
Update: Here's a picture of Amanda and I on her wedding day. She didn't want to do the traditional white dress big church wedding. Instead Amanda and her husband had a short ceremony with myself and the groom's father as witnesses, followed by a lovely dinner with some friends and family. It was a fabulous day and both the bride and groom seemed really happy with how things went. I think Amanda looked stunning and the dress totally goes with her personality and style! Can you see why I went with red and black for the frame?
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