Ever heard the phrase 'June Bride'?
I have, but living in one of Australia's southern states June is
just a tad too cold for a wedding.
Traditionally March is Australia's most popular month for weddings.
Which is why I got married in.....January, haha go figure!
Smack bang in the middle of our summer, but turns out it wasn't that hot at all, according to some!
If you ask most of our guests they will tell you how cold they were in the
late afternoon of January 22nd, 2000.
But if you ask the the bride (Me) she will tell you it was a gorgeous sunny day with clear blue skies
and she didn't feel one bit of cold!! She was too busy smiling her way through
one of the most memorable days of her life.
This month at Another Freaking Scrappy Challenge you're asked to scrap a
layout about your wedding.
And all my pretty embellishments are from D-Lish Scraps
For the background I used the 'wedding ring' (very appropriate ;) ) stencil from The Crafters Workshop and the brick mask from Prima.
Wild Plum coloured Adirondak colour wash, Walnut Distress Ink and Mister Hueys calico white.
Thanks for visiting my lil blog
Cheers, hope you like. :)
Heirloom Flower http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/c/176/Silk---Organza-Heirloom-Flowers.html
Rose Cabachon http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/p/1619/Cabochons---Vintage-Rose.html
Pink/Chocolate twine http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/p/1486/Twine---Chocolate-Pink-Twist.html
Pearl Sprays http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/p/632/Pearl-Sprays---White-*.html
Mixed Leaves http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/p/1510/Mixed-Leaves---No-Stem---Brown.html
Bird cage Charm http://d-lishscraps.openstores.com.au/category.html?id=116&noperrow=1&pager.offset=10&pageNumber=2