Louise W isn't a frilly girly girl and prefers a neutral look to a lot of her work, preferring to add detail through texture and layering instead. She's designed this range of wedding stationery using a Kraft cardstock as a base and creating a cohesive look with the rounded tag dies and adding texture with a Sizzix textured plate.
Louise wanted a quirky and fun look that was both masculine and feminine so chose a neutral scheme with a moustache theme running through the entire desire. Starting with a texture embossing plate has added a sophistication as well.
The inside of the invitations were created on the computer, printed onto kraft cardstock and then diecut. Keeping the fonts to only two typefaces also helps keep the look cohesive.
A matching envelope was created from the same kraft cardstock and addresses were added using the print out and diecut method.
A simple thank you note uses the same embossing plate as a background, layered with a pre-printed and diecut tag shape and highlighted with a little moustache as a reminder of the wedding.
A different take on a place marker was created with a jar of jellybeans, some bakers twine and a moustache and printed name tag glued onto a wooden skewer. The moustache doubles as a fun photo prop for the photos supplied as a small wedding favour.
Louise's handy helper demonstrates the photo prop name tag.
Louise easily created these little suitcases as a wedding favour using a Sizzix die. The sticker is a perfect match for the fact the suitcases houses a photo of the guest doing a moustache pose.
Louise has used the Teresa Collins He Said She Said range of papers and embellishments to create this layout celebrating her engagement. Layering the diecut strips gives the layout a quick and effect base to anchor the photo cluster and balance the page.