I do like this wedding card – so, elegant and stylish. It’s from a demonstration I did when we launched the Age of Elegance CD recently.
I love the whole era of the arts and crafts movement and the late 19th century painters and designers. William Morris has been a passion of mine for many, many years. I’ve had curtains and table mats, tea towels and cushions… the list goes on! In fact, as I write this, I am sitting opposite some Golden Lily curtains – the original design is by William Morris and the fabric is by Sanderson.
This card has an unusual feature – a square/rectangle is cut using a decorative die and then you make a slot in both ends and slide a strip of card through – giving a lovely and unusual ‘buckle’ type effect, which I love.
One of the happy things after a wedding is always looking through the messages and cards you have been sent and I think with a card like this it would be kept forever, tucked into a box of happy memories!