I spent one of the days in the weekend afternoon doing this layout and getting amazed at how fast I could pull up a draft. After doing a few, you kinda get in the groove of how things go in terms of layering although I still have to look at my past work to see how I've done it. But along the way, I made some improvements such as how I liked the idea of adding flowers as though they're hanging downwards that I fussy cut from a single sheet of 12 inches vellum paper with gold flower details. This is one of my favourite papers to use of which I wished I could buy another one just like how I tend to buy things that I really like. But I keep forgetting, haha..
This layout may look very detailed but it's a matter of arrangement that gives it an interesting spin to an otherwise one dimension look.
I used chipboards from Prima Marketing which I found them to be heavily underused for my projects but I thought they would look nice for this layout where its thickness can give some 3D effect. For more of such effect, I added a smaller chipboard on top of it and some paper flower before finishing off with some pearl swirls which give the layout a romantic feel.
To make it more wedding appropriate, I added a layered sticker from an old pack of Wedding theme stickers on the right hand corner. For the background paper, I used the patterned paper from Blue Fern Studios which is what I often use for wedding layouts because of its romantic feel such as this one I used which have gorgeous flower patterns adorning the borders.
I've also added a resin frame at the corner since it has also been the longest time since I last used one. So this final look is a mixture of old and new things with the newest being the pink flower wreath and butterfly which comes in a pack. I feel like this is a must for all of my romantic layouts.
Below you can see the artwork more closely.
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