I was so fortunate to spend the day on Sunday with the beautiful young women of our family. I was at the bridal shower for my nephew's future wife, Jeni. It was a lovely event and I truly enjoyed getting to sit with my niece Holly, and maybe even another future niece, my nephew Joe's girlfriend, Emma. I kept thinking how much my Mom would have loved this. Jeni's bridal party did a wonderful job with the event. They had some fun games to play, and the decorations were beautiful.
I created her card using Happily Ever After. I took Cinderella's Carriage and welded two of them together to make the card. Then I took the horse from the cartridge and welded a horse rein and blanket that I found on Formal Occasion to that. I had some trouble getting it to stand, so I cut a slot into each horse on the inside of the card, and used that as a brace. I made sure to leave one side unattached so my future niece could fully open the card. I used my Explore to write a sentiment on the inside for her. I also made a little banner for the front of the card that says "showers of happiness" and attached that to the horse.
My niece, Holly, finds the most thoughtful ideas for presents and she found a really wonderful idea for Rob and Jeni. They played a lot of Scrabble when they were first dating. We made a frame for them using the definition of Marriage and a sweet quote about marriage. I used the Explore to write the quote, then we took Thickers Scrabble Pieces and added their names. It turned out very pretty.
I also used my Explore to cut some vinyl and created a frame with one of their engagement photos.
We made 2 tees for them to wear the next time they go to Disney. I used Inkscape to create silhouettes of Belle and prince Adam, then cut them with Heat Transfer vinyl. I really love them!
Finally, we created a set of wine glasses for them. We used Dreams Come True and some vinyl to etch a silhouette of Beauty and the Beast on them along with their wedding date. It;s hard to see, but these are the only 2 pictures I have of the glasses.
Here are my beautiful future niece and my nephew.
My niece Holly and Emma.
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