What to do with wedding invitations after the wedding

I mentioned last week in my Wedding Wishes post that I was making that card for Jamilee and David. Their wedding was this past weekend.  I also shared a couple of pictures of the invitations I made for their wedding. You can see last week’s post by clicking HERE.

Today I want to share what Jamilee’s Aunt Tina did with the invitation as a gift for the new couple.


Isn’t it stunning!!!!.  I just couldn’t get over the quilling, the perfect placement of the ribbon.  I love how she took the front of the card and used it as matting behind.  What a lasting  treasure for them.

I can’t have a wedding post without showing off the new couple.  Here they are listening to the Maid of Honor speech.


I’m including this one so you can see how beautiful Jamilee was and how beautiful her dress was, front and back.  So lovely.


And on an even more personal note, thank you everyone for the kind thoughts and prayers for my mother and all the other women struggling with breast cancer every day.  They all meant so much to me, and is one more example of how caring the stamping community is.  People from near and far praying for each other. Thank you.


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  1. Wow all around. The frame, the invitation, and her dress!

    I am still praying for you and Rosemary and her sister.

  2. Beautiful! Everything is Beautiful! What a great memory! And thanks for the prayers. 🙂 Means a lot. I don’t usually share my wares on here, but sometimes it’s comforting to know you are not alone in this awful battle.

  3. This display is truly lovely. They will remember this card and their special day forever. Still praying for your family. Your mom has a wonderful daughter – I know that much.

  4. Beautiful invitation, gorgeous dress and prayers for your mom.

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