Wedding Album – Part One

Hey y’all!
How’s it? Hope you had a nice Easter holiday!

I’m just stopping by today to show you some photos of an album I made for a friend’s wedding but never got around to showing you.
So here it is, heavily inspired by the great Tara Anderson and her wedding album.

First off, the cover:

It’s a japanese binding; the chipboard was covered in Heather Bailey Fabric and my favourite Maya Road ribbon was stitched to the backside so as to be able to close it in the front with a bow.

I included 20 layouts, all embellished and then sorted, glued together back-to-back, punched and bound into the album.










The papers are mixed –  some old, some new – Crate, October Afternoon, Sassafras, ILS, Basic Grey, Studio Calico, My Mind’s Eye and Pink Paislee.

As you can see, the general color scheme is white/pink/yellow/black and silver.










To keep the look consistent, I continually used silver sequins, splatters, flag/ banner shapes, butterfly stamps, old French newspaper, four types of washi, doilies, tickets, tags flowers and twine.










Different kinds of glue/dimensionals as well as stitching and mini staples were added to attach the embellishments.










Okay, and that’s it from me today, I hope you enjoyed and come back for the second part of the album next week.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to use the comments form below 🙂

See ya!

ETA: Added the link to Tara’s wedding album post. Make sure to have a look, it’s gorgeous!


About ninasays

A conference interpreter (German, English, French), living in Mannheim, Germany and taking an interest in an array of things such as papercrafting, language matters and food. Thanks for taking a look at my blog :)

One response to “Wedding Album – Part One

  1. Boah, Nina – das ist so hübsch geworden!!! Ich kann mich gar nicht wieder beruhigen. Total klasse!

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