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Autumn Weddings!

I know the most popular month that brides choose to marry is June,
but the truth is weddings happen all year long.

Statistics show June IS the most popular month to be married, 
followed by August, September and October!
Here is a beautiful Autumn Wedding card to be cherished!

Before the front frame is added to the card. GLITZ 6x6 Paper Pad French Kiss adhered to base card. Gate, pillars bride & groom adhered to thin chipboard and fussy cut. Gate attached with foam dots to background. The bride and groom are attached to a transparency from the Glitz Transparency Pack Happy Travels.

Top view of the accordion card.

Altered Pages Collage Sheets:
Altered Pages Victorian Weddings for the Bride & Groom
Architectural Elements Collage Sheet
Background paper GLITZ 6x6 Paper Pad French Kiss
Glitz Transparency Pack Happy Travels

Stash: Lace, silk ribbon and flower.


  1. This is a very lovely card. It looks more like a work of art and I would display it always.

  2. So gorgeous and such a keeper for the happy couple!


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