I don’t often get to share posts of projects that I’ve made for myself (since I’m already married) but today “I do!” My hubby and I recently moved into a new home and one small project I knew I wanted to create was to frame our wedding vows. I struggled for weeks about what would be a cool, minimal and gentle reminder of our commitment to each other and I finally settled on the fact that they didn’t have to be matchy-matchy. I took the custom aspect of this idea a bit further as each of us picked out our frame and our favorite wedding picture. It was fun to get him involved too and I have to say I was super excited about the picture he choose… awwweeee… what’s awesome about this idea is that no matter if your wedding is next year or was 60 years ago, as long as you remember your vows you can make one too!
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DIY Tutorial Credits
Photography: Something Turquoise Photography for SomethingTurquoise.com // DIY tutorial: Jen | Something Turquoise // Both Frames: Michaels // Inkjet Vellum: Paper Source // Fiskars Amplify Scissors: courtesy of Fiskars // nail polish: OPI – Withstands the Test of Thyme
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