With save the dates under her belt, Sarah moved onto planning her wedding invitations and day of details. Continuing to leverage colors from her inspiration print, she used Sapphire cardstock to create a custom piece that would hold all of the items in her invitation suite. She backed her printed invitations with the featured Italian paper creating a decorative trim, then adhered that to the inside of the Sapphire folder.

Wedding Invitations

A sheer ribbon tied around one half of the Sapphire folder secured the response card and envelope in place, and created a lovely embellishment for the closed invitation. Each wedding envelope was lined with the Italian paper for a fully finished look.

Wedding Invitations Envelopes

Knowing that she would be having a photo booth at her wedding, Sarah wanted to create her own guest book that would hold the memories captured in the photo booth that day. Using a photo album kit, she created a one-of-a-kind guest book covered in the same Italian paper.

Wedding Guest Book

As guests took photos in the photo booth, they used photo corners to add them to the guest book and signed personal messages on the bright white pages. A true keepsake for the bride and groom!

Wedding Guest Book Inside

Sarah used 3D Star Kits covered in the Italian print to create large dimensional decorations for her wedding venue. Sprinkled around her candy bar, they were a fun and elegant way to carry out her theme.

Wedding Stars Candy Bar

Wedding ProgramsSimple layered wedding programs made with the same Sapphire cardstock used for the wedding invitations were a nice wedding day detail. What I especially love about Sarah’s wedding programs are the memories she has of assembling them the morning of her wedding. Though some brides would feel anxious at the idea of leaving something to be done just hours before the wedding, Sarah fondly remembers how this relaxing distraction kept her cool as a cucumber before the hustle and bustle of hair and makeup began.
Completing her overall theme, Sarah worked with her florist and shared her inspiration print, which led to wonderfully coordinated floral arrangements. The same oranges and blues highlighted in the signature Italian paper were brought to life through beautiful bridal bouquets and centerpieces. Indeed no detail was missed for this extraordinary affair!

Wedding Floral Arrangements

Sarah and Alex

And here they are – the beautiful couple! Many thanks to Sarah for sharing her inspiration and photographs. May you continue to find creative inspiration in your life and marriage, and continue to inspire others with your thoughtful, original ideas.

PS colors: lake & chocolate
Latest fave:Decorative Atomizers


1 Response

  1. Sharon at Highland Park Paper Source says:

    What a glorious suite (and bride & groom)!

    For those wanting to learn how to cover their own album, all the stores have a great workshop in January:

    Fabulous Photo Album

    Just pick your closest store and sign up!