Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Stampin Up UK, Wedding Showcase!

Stampin Up UK, Wedding Showcase!

As regular readers of my blog will know, I first got into papercrafting when I decided to make my wedding stationary. I was looking through our professional pictures last week and realised there were some great shots of my papercrafting so thought it might be a nice idea to do a few posts to showcase it. I also don't need an excuse to show off my wedding pictures!

My colour scheme was navy, blue and silver, the order of service coordinates with the invite which you can read about HERE

These were a real labour of love, made in batches over several weeks! We had the order of services printed locally and I gave them several packs of Stampin' Up Night of Navy card stock which they used as the cover when assembling the booklets.
The central panel is made with the Stampin' Up Wedding Words wheel which I then heat embossed with silver embossing powder.
Here are a few pictures of them in use - yes I blubbed walking down the aisle, my dad died of cancer just 6 months earlier, so walking down the aisle without him was tough although my brother did a great job.


If you would like to make your own stationary for your wedding, I would love to help, please don't hesitate to get in touch! Remember new customers get 10% off their first Stampin' Up order placed through me!

Come back tomorrow for more of my wedding crafting but I'll leave you today with a photo showing how my shoes also coordinated with the colour scheme!


  1. Such a beautiful color scheme, and an absolutely gorgeous, glowing bride and groom! You really did an amazing job--hard to believe you hadn't crafted prior to taking on such a big feat of your wedding stationary, it certainly looks extremely professional. xoxo

  2. I don't know where mauve beluga came from! This came from Dot, the crazy American from Colrado who follows your videos tirelessly. :)

  3. Aaah !!!!! Everything in this wedding is perfect and absolutely gorgeous. May God richly bless you'll as a family. Take care. Sally