Sunday, August 28, 2011

A wedding gift card package....

I went to a fabulous wedding last night in Huntington Beach. There were so many cool things at this wedding, starting with the bridesmaid who had her Pomeranians in a carriage to the awesome reception. 

Look at this:  I loved it! The little doggies were SOOOOO cute.

The bride and groom looked positively lovely and I was so happy to be able to meet their family and share in their special day.

The reception was so much fun. There was dancing, a free candy store filled with assorted purple candies that we could fill our acrylic canisters with to take home, a taco-bar, a photo booth (with hats and masks to use), and a fry-girl.  What's that, I asked?  It's a girl who fries little donuts with sugar and cinnamon (kinda like a popcorn stand).  HOLY COW.  Then, about 10:30pm, we all got little sparklers (that you have at the Fourth of July) and lined the walkway (on both sides)  and they walked down the walkway.  Apparently, that's a new thing that people do at weddings...  

Here is my wrapped gift... 

This is after it was wrapped. I used the big glass pendant that was on the wedding invitation.  The sentiment came from an Inkadinkadoo clear acrylic stamp set.
 ... inside was my gift box.

once you lifted the lid...


  1. Sounds like you had a great time at the wedding. And what an amazing gift box you made.
    This is such a wonderful way to present a gift card. Thank you so much for the idea.

  2. Absolutely fantastic! What a gift!!! The wedding sounds like it was a lot of fun.

  3. OMGoodness, I'm like smiling HUGE!! I don't know which part of your post was my fave - the lil poms in the carriage or your gorgeous box! FAB-U-LOUS! The tag is hilarious!! What a fun day this must have been :) TFS!

  4. Wow - what a fabulous gift box! That's pretty darned craftastic.....and I LOVE those little dogs in the wedding party! HA HA HA!!!

  5. Love the doggies at the wedding, sounds like a pretty crazy affair! What a coool gift box, love the wedding couple image you used!


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