Wedding Love Note

The big day is here and nerves are a plenty, even the groom has been known to have a wobble on such a big day, so what about creating a  little love note to slip your intended on the day…a little something to remind them how much you love them, or for a guest to share words of wisdom to the new couple!

Sandra has created this adorable note with a video tutorial showing just how easy it is to create.

By Jessica Sanders

Jessica said her inspiration came when she attended a beautiful wedding at a vineyard near her home in Texas.  It was beautiful, and elegant, and rustic, and amazing.  At the reception, there was a small table covered with blank cards, and a message that said,

“Leave a note for the Bride & Groom – share your love and wisdom.”

Jessica said “What an amazing opportunity for us, as friends and family, to share something special with the bride and groom!  And, just imagine, how wonderful it will be when the newly married couple read the thoughtful messages from their special day. I was so inspired, that I created this mini card project!  Now your guests can leave a special message for the bride and groom.  I have kept it super simple, so you can make as many as you need.”

We love this idea and if you would like to create your own Wedding theme Love Notes you can download the instructions here.

Or watch the video tutorial.

Love Notes by Jessica from Chameleonpens on Vimeo.

 

 

 

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