How ironic that on the day of our 12th Anniversary, I have a wedding LO to share also.
I love happy accidents!
This pic was a candid photo from our photographer and has always been one of my faves from that day. I don't care that my dress isn't straight and my veil was blowing around, I just LOVE the natural expressions on our faces.
This LO is another project from the August Hip kit.
I always struggle with pretty LOs, especially wedding themed. I love fun embellishments and color and I have a hard time making a LO true to my style when I have to scale the palette back and work with fewer colors. When I saw all the black, white and neutrals in this kit, I knew I would give it a 'go' again and am pretty pleased with the results.
**sorry for the bad picture of the LO, I have NO idea what is going on with my camera lately or if I am creating the problem with editing. If anyone has any insight into what I may be doing wrong, I would LOVE some help ;)
The LO is of my Dad & his new wife who got married last year. I have already scrapped their pictures and made them a wedding book but printed extras off for myself and made a page for my own scrapbook. I was really nervous on this day - not only was I the (very ammature) photographer for the day but I was also stepping in as 'Best Man' for my hubby who could not make it.
I was so very honored that they entrusted me with 2 of these duties but was also scared out of my mind. I don't handle authority well and am totally a 'worker bee' - ready to pitch in and help when need be - but PLEASE don't put me in charge of annything or make me the center of attention in any way. EEK.
All in all, I am pretty happy with the way this turned out (for a change).
What do you think? Still too playful for such a momumental occasion?
Did I miss the mark? I'd really LOVE your feedback.
Now I am off to work on my Hubby's Anniversary gift, hopefully he likes it.
Thanks for stopping by!
HUGS & Happy Surfing!
(Happy Anniversary, Markie! Love you!!! xo)