Thursday, January 12, 2012

I Do

I have a confession to make. I've been married for 3 1/2 years and this is the first page I've done with our wedding photos.


I know, I know. I didn't really come across any papers that I thought "fit" our wedding so they got put on the back burner. These papers I finally chose don't follow our color scheme (it was Tiffany blue and brown) but they work well for these photos without the colors in them.
I really love how it came out- probably one of my favorite pages in a long time. The photos on the side crack me up- we were having such a hard time keeping straight faces for pictures so we decided to "box" to get rid of our giggles. It really didn't help. =)  Love that they capture our personalities though, we're always play fighting or being goofy.
And I managed to follow my resolution here too- I used something old from my stash (the K&Co. photo frame). I'm also finding that I really like 8.5"x11" pages, I feel like I don't have to worry about "filling" the space as much. I'm not a big gal for layering or for a lot of embellishment- this makes it more manageable for me!
I'll be back tomorrow (hopefully) with my first week of Project Life and I've got a Silhouette tutorial in the works for sometime next week. See you then!

7 comments:

  1. I love it! I've been married 2.5yrs and have not scrapped any of it! lol!

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  2. well I've been married almost 9 years and have only scrapped a handful. I think they seem too big, too important. I also have the problem that my photos are printed in albums bot digital so I never see them when I'm searching for a photo to scrap. Will put on my To do list.

    Lovely photo too and great layout!

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  3. Beautiful layout Ashley! I get like that with photos when I don't think I can do them justice-they just sit there.

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  4. What a beautiful bride and gorgeous layout. We have just celebrated our seventh wedding anniversary and not a single picture is scrapped. In agree they are such a big deal that the thought of doing them justice seems impossible.

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  5. Well, it's a great first page! So pretty!

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  6. I love the page, and your pictures are beautiful!

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  7. lovely! loved how you used the jb doily, it's perfect!

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