Disney Wedding Shower

My future sister in law had a wonderful wedding shower earlier this summer. It was a really good time and I really enjoyed. I had to travel a bit for the shower, and I somehow managed to forget my camera. It worked out though, because my iPhone really saved the day and I took quite a few photos with it. I even took a risk and ordered an 8×10″ print and I think the quality is fine. I mean, it’s not as good as my camera, but it turned out way better than expected.

The shower had a loose Disney theme, so it was really easy for me to choose background paper. I went to the Disney part of my stash (left over from the behemoth known as my Disney Book that I finished in July). I picked the comic background paper because I loved the subtle print and it was the only paper I had four sheets of. Easy choice there ;).

The title letters worked out great because I only have random letters of them left. Lucky for me, I had enough to make “shower”. I wanted that title to stand out, so I made the rest of the title letters small and black. I think it worked.

The pages are also covered in Disney themed paper “confetti”. I cut all the confetti out with SCAL and my Cricut, and we used it to decorate all the shower tables. It only seemed right to steal some back at the end for my scrapbook.

Paper by Creating Keepsakes. Rub on letters from Freecycle. Mickey letters & Disney stickers were all a gift. Paper confetti designed by me and created with SCAL and my Cricut, cut from Recollections Cardstock. Mat paper from DCWV’S mat stack. Washi tape is Target Brand.20130922-212906.jpg20130922-212913.jpg20130922-212947.jpg





Creating Centerpieces

My brother in law is getting married to the best girl ever. I am super fond of the bride to be, so when my mother in law asked me to help with the centerpieces for their wedding shower, I was alllllll over it!!

I wasn’t planning to scrapbook the “making of” photos, but I really liked them and thought it would be nice to remember because I had so much fun creating them. The reason I have the photos is so I could text them to my MIL so she could she the progress. I’m so happy I kept them and decided to print them out.

I was given the Disney paper from someone, and I think it’s super old as I’ve never seen it before, but I love it. I love that it matches the Disney theme without the ‘traditional’ Disney colors of red, yellow, and black. Those colors are fine but they would not have matched my centerpieces at all :-D.

I really am so happy I made this page!

As per usual, I created the title with SCAL and my Cricut. It was hard to read because of the busy paper,so I traced around the insides of the letters with a Sharpie pen.

Paper by Paper Pizazz, Disney ears & character stickers were a gift, tag by K&COMPANY, mat paper from DCWV’S brights mat stack.