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What’s not to love about this too-cute real life love story from Amy and Douglas Anderson at Studio A Photography?  Pam + Nathan are so effortlessly in love that we can’t help but aww at these sweet, everyday moments: reading directions together, packing the car, spending the day on the lake… All together now: “aww!”  What’s fun about this fun little sneak peek into P + N’s happiness is that the pair actually is recreating Nathan’s sweet waterfront proposal at the Oakhurst Farms in Georgia.  (They even managed to snag the same canoe!)  Again, we say, aww!  With that, I’m off to celebrate my last weekend as a bachelorette… starting with an all-day marathon of Law and Order.  Wish me luck!

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  1. avatar Clair reply

    What a cute couple!!!

  2. avatar Mari Darr~Welch reply

    Awww….what a nice photojournalism style engagement session! Very cute!

  3. avatar Gina reply

    P + N are friends of mine. Every picture tells a story and their's is everlasting love!

  4. avatar Patty Cruz reply

    Too cute! I am actually going to this wedding in about 3 weeks! from Fla to Ga just for my dearest Pam, she is like a sister to me.and a great artist as well.

  5. avatar Jacquelyn reply

    So sweet! And the two of them together are CUTE!

  6. avatar Dennis @ Wholesale Fresh Flowers reply

    Teal has got to be my favorite color. And I think it is the perfect color for Pam too.

  7. avatar Kimberly reply

    Pam, these are beautiful. Congratulations again and enjoy the ride! :)

  8. avatar Sista minuten reply

    I really like the concept of the photos, it's romantic, light and easy, real.A wonderful engagement session! Best wishes P+N!

  9. avatar Robert Peterson reply

    I love the story layout of these images. For me it carried the cute, fun factor of this young couple with the slight comedic irony of some Napoleon Dynamite.

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We fell in love with the “deer” portrait in the top left as soon as the images came in from Barry at Captivated Images, and how could we not?  We love a couple with a sense of humor!  (Check out the “jest married” sign at the end, too!)  RaeAnna + Kris’s ranch branding details, light hunting touches, and bright colored bridesmaid dresses sealed the deal for us.  Kudos to RaeAnna’s grandmother, who handled all of the flowers!

How did the two of you meet?  Tell us your story.  We met in the fall of 2008; I had just started in the ER and Kris was one of the charge nurses. Life’s circumstances had us on different paths, and we did not even really converse much until I found out he was my “secret Santa” for the unit’s gift exchange. Following the Christmas party in January 2009, we started spending some time together, and once we began dating in February, it was only weeks until we knew we had found the one God had for each of us. 
Describe the proposal:
Kris set up a scavenger hunt to lead me to his intended proposal site. He called and told me to get ready for the day, and to call him when I was ready. When I did, he told me to go to the first place we met, which was at a nurses’ station at work. Beginning there, each place I arrived at had roses, framed pictures of us, and a note hinting where to go next. After visiting the first place we met, first place we ate together, and the first place we danced, he told me to drive toward the lake outside of town. I passed him on the highway and he had me pull over, blindfolded me, and then drove me to a beautiful little place near a pond and an old church. After leading me to the intended site, he let me take off the handkerchief. I removed it to find him down on his knee, on a blanket scattered with red rose petals, shaking as he began to read a letter he wrote me. At the end, he pulled out a little wooden box, opened it exposing the most beautiful ring I’d ever seen, and asked me to be his wife.
Three adjectives that describe the day are:
Joyful, enchanted, and perfect
What Southern details or traditions did you include in your celebration?  What was Southern about your wedding?
We were married outdoors at a beautiful lake house in West Texas. Kris wore his elephant hide cowboy boots with his tux. Our rod iron arch with Texas stars faced the lake and marked the altar. The landscaping was very suiting for a Southern wedding and included iron roadrunners and cactus, old cow skulls, wagon wheels, horse spurs, and even more “Texas stars”. Barbecue brisket was the entrée of choice, and of course we had to have sweet tea to wash down the meal.
Tell us about finding your wedding dress:
The first day of dress hunting with my mother, sisters, and stepdaughters-to-be over was unsuccessful. Since I had never done this before, I was not aware that we had to make appointments before venturing out. We were not even able to browse in some stores, and it was rather disheartening. I found the perfect dress on my second outing with friends; it was elegant but still practical for the potentially scorching West Texas heat.
Describe your wedding flowers:
One of my grandmothers worked in a floral shop for years, and did all the flower arrangements for us. My bouquet was made of white calla lilies, yellow carnations, and coral roses, and Kris wore a single calla lily. The bridesmaids carried three white calla lilies, the groomsmen’s boutonnières boasted orange and yellow mini-roses, and the centerpieces were bold arrangements with various flowers of coral, orange, and yellow to match our colors.
What was your most memorable moment about your wedding day?
After speeches were made and we were toasted to, our toasting flutes disappeared. I saw them again later when Kris opened the door to our wedding suite at the bed and breakfast we stayed at that night. He had friends of ours bring the flutes to the room, chill the champagne, and sprinkle the floor with rose petals. It meant so much to me that he had taken the time on such a hectic day to do something so special for me.   
What’s next for you as a couple?  What are you looking forward to in the future?
Right now we are just enjoying life as newlyweds. We are blessed by Kris’ three children, Dillan, Miranda, and Destiny, and are thankful to have them in our home. They keep us busy, make us laugh everyday, and they look forward to having another brother/sister in the future. Kris and I are eager to have more vacations and make more memories like ones from our honeymoon getaway.  As a family, we are working on getting horses and cattle on the family’s ranch.

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  1. avatar Kim @BrideGoggles reply

    Love her antlers – what a fun wedding!

  2. avatar Charissa Cowart reply

    I love this! I bet it was the most FUN wedding! I love it when you can walk up to a wedding and say…"That is SO [insert bride and/or groom's name here]. My wedding was full of diamonds and feathers… totally me, lol.

  3. avatar Katie O’keefe reply

    The first picture with the antlers made me laugh so hard. My fiance is a hunter so I can completely understand. We are actually going to the baker to figure out the wedding cake and groom's cake. It was nice that you incorporated the Browning logo for his cake. Often times, the groom gets no say in wedding, but y'all pulled off a great compromise and the result was beautiful and unique. Congrats!

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Giveaway :: MagnetStreet

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While we all know that Emily is our in-house paper extraordinaire, I’m pretty sure all of the SW ladies (and all people, for that matter) love getting wedding invitations in the mail.

Even more than the actual invitation itself, though, I absolutely, positively adore Save the Dates. Invitations are often more formal, but the Save the Date serves as an opportunity for a couple to let their fun, crazy sides come out! That’s where MagnetStreet comes in. MagnetStreet THE place to go for creative Save the Dates. MagnetStreet not only stocks the typical cards, but they also have Save the Date magnets–so cool! MagnetStreet knows that each couple has their own style so they made it easy to personalize their designs with the wedding colors, fonts, wording and photos.

Win: 150 Save the Date cards or magnets of your choice from MagnetStreet. This includes envelopes and regular ground shipping…so basically it’s a completely stellar deal!

To Enter: Ladies and gents, you know what to do! Hustle on over to the MagnetStreet website and post a comment below telling us your favorite Save the Date design. Feeling like an overachiever? We’d also love to know how you’d personalize the design to make it fit your style!

This giveaway will end on September 6th at Midnight. Hop to it!

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  1. avatar Meredith reply

    I LOVE ….. Save the Date Postcards – Flower EnchantmentI think it is elegant, but playful! Good luck all!

  2. avatar KRYS reply

    Love the when pigs fly magnet! After 6 years together, my fiance finally proposed, and we'll be getting married a month before our 8 year anniversary! I bet all our guests have thought, "It's about time!"

  3. avatar Amy M. reply

    It is so hard to choose. I think I look at Magnet Street everyday trying to decide on my save the dates. Some of my favorites are: Enchanted Encounters, Made for Each Other and Striped Perfection design.

  4. avatar joey reply

    the save the date postcard slideshow is my favorite!

  5. avatar Jenny reply

    The Enchanted Encounter STD postcards are soo cute! I love them!

  6. avatar Jovi reply

    The Photobooth Save the Dates are so cute! Perfect way to introduce the guests to the photobooth at the wedding! :)

  7. avatar Katie B reply

    I love the flower enchantment postcards! They fit so well with our wedding scheme. I would probably do a more ornate font for the main wording and put some funny pics of the two of us, because we are known for being the goofy couple :)

  8. avatar Lindsay reply

    I love the save the date – Carved in Love. I am having a garden wedding and plan on using birch trees as my flower vases. So these would be PERFECT. Plus the fact that Lindsay and Kyle 4 ever seems like something you would doodle on your notebook in 8th grade. Love it!

  9. avatar Ashley reply

    I love the stately manor style. I think having a picture is important, people are visual! And I like the scroll work on the side. I'd customize the colors to black and mint green to add a little kick of color.

  10. avatar Brittany reply

    A Classic Calendar – simple but looks nice!

  11. avatar wendy k reply

    i LOVE the coffee cup ones! we met in seattle… and had our first date at the starbucks at the top of the space needle… so I LOVE the little coffee cup shaped ones! The one with the beans spilling across it is absolutely my favorite. :)

  12. avatar Kristine reply

    What's better than a Post Card Save the Date? Well… besides marrying my sweet southern gentleman, nothing else is better. The post cards are sassy and vintage all in one bundle. I'd love to have a precious picture of my fiancé and I on our Save the Date post card along with a little sweet fact about the two of us.

  13. avatar Amy reply

    Abosolutely the CARVED IN LOVE magnets. Adorable and fits perfectly with our outdoor/backyard wedding we're dreaming up for fall 2011 AND it totally pays homage to our history (we met in grade school!). I could see us implementing this idea through all our stationary. Maybe even actually carving into one of the trees on our wooded property and photographing it… sounds like a cute engagement shoot :)

  14. avatar EDRIS reply

    i love the photobooth heart shaped save the date magnet!!! its perfect for my summer vintage themed wedding. i plan on having a photobooth at my reception so the tie in is perfect.i would probably change the background to be striped and have same lace details which can be found on my invitation too. i would also probably change the colors of the font and font type.

  15. avatar Lindsey P reply

    I love all the magnets! They have so many to choose from. I think my favorite is the Circle Bliss magnet! The colors not only match our color choices (teal and green) but they are so fun and whimsical which is exactly what we want our wedding to be! We are getting married on a beautiful dock over looking a lake and would love for these to be our save the dates!

  16. avatar Samantha reply

    I am in love love love with the save the date cards "wedding words and phrases!" it's the perfect stunning example of taking something simple and classic and putting a fun modern twist on it! PERFECTION!

  17. avatar Christine S reply

    I'd have to go with the "Flower Enchantment" save the dates…I think they're simple and pretty and would showcase a couple of pictures from our engagement photo session in a row boat on a lake!

  18. avatar Maegan reply

    These are SO cute! My fiance and I just started looking into save the dates, so perfect timing! My favorite is the Photo Booth Save the Date Magnets – Alluring Affection- cute, classy, and fun!

  19. avatar Sara reply

    Enchanted Encounter! I think because the sample has an autumn theme and we're getting married in November. To personalize it, I would copy them and now want to have my engagement photos done with the foliage!

  20. avatar Jessica reply

    I love the Power of Love magnets! I could easily customize this to mirror our wedding colors of Black and Pink, and they are so eye catching! :) It would look cute on anyone's fridge or magnetic spot in an office!

  21. avatar Ray reply

    I love the simplicity of the "Devoted" magnet.

  22. avatar Ashley reply

    I love the "Simply Passionate" Save the Date magnets. So simple and would be a perfect fit for my wedding. I would personalize it by adding one of our engagement photos and changing the text colors to yellow and blue.

  23. avatar Amy reply

    The Carved in Love Magnets are sooo cute! I would absolutely love to have this, This giveaway is coming at the perfect time as my fiance and I are starting to think about save the dates for our July 2011 wedding! :)

  24. avatar Lillian reply

    AHH! what a perfect giveaway, 150 save the dates for our 150 guests! I love all of the photobooth save the dates and magnets, we are definitely planning on having a photobooth at the wedding so it'd be so perfect~

  25. avatar Ashley reply

    I love the field of dreams. It really feels like the kind of earthy style I am looking for

  26. avatar Ashley reply

    My favorite are the "save the date- photobooth made for eachother" they are just so fun and whimsical and I think they represent my beau's and my personalities well.

  27. avatar Camille reply

    Ever since they became popular a few years ago, I've been madly in love with the photo booth style. My favorite through Magnet Street is the "Photo Booth Save the Date Magnet". Regardless of where they come from, our Save the Dates will be photo booth style!!!

  28. avatar Jess H. reply

    I love the Flirty Flourish magnet. The tree branch elegant and meaningful to us because we plan on getting married right under a tree with similar branches. Thank you for the contest!

  29. avatar Melissa reply

    I'm a huge fan of the damask dream magnetic save the dates!

  30. avatar Gracie reply

    We love the Save the Date Magnets- Something Blue! We played around with the colors and darkened the blue a little bit (but it's still bright!) and put some teal with black in the border of it! Love Magnet Street, we're going to use them either way so if they're free that's not a bad deal!

  31. avatar Emily R reply

    I LOVE the Save the Date postcards! I am an avid post card collector and have hundreds of postcards! I would put pictures of me and my fiance from all of the trips we have taken together.

  32. avatar Eli reply

    I have had the "Boston Romantic Skyline" magnet bookmarked for weeks and weeks! We are getting married in Boston and I think the skyline magnet is so elegant and perfect. :)

  33. avatar Jenny reply

    I love the mini magnets! They would fit perfectly on the save the dates I'm planning. The "Simply in Love" ones are really sweet, and I could easily pop my "j^2" (j squared) in the little circle. The flying pig ones would be pretty appropriate for us too–we'll have been together 7 years by the time we tie the knot, with a 2+year engagement!! Everyone is definitely patiently waiting, so it's going to be fun to finally tell them to save the date :)

  34. avatar Rebecca reply

    I love the Save the date magnets – Delicate Pattern….THank you so much for showing me this site!

  35. avatar Reta reply

    I love the Save the Date Photo Booth Linen Cards they are so cool!

  36. avatar Melissa9789 reply

    I like the Legends of Love mini magnet. Goes perfect with our classic black and white wedding next June.

  37. avatar Kim reply

    I love the Save the Date Photo Booth Cards! I have been trying to figure out how to do this! I love that Magnet Street makes it easy!

  38. avatar Bethany reply

    I love the "Postage Stamp" Save the Date Magnets. They are so adorable and would look great one people's fridges!

  39. avatar Betsy reply

    I really like the "Tender Tree" themed magnets. I'd change the color to have less of a fall feel to them, but the overall design is exactly what I've been looking for!

  40. avatar Heather Brown reply

    Love Airways fits our relationship the best. We did 18 months of our relationship long-distance since he is in the Army. Our love has managed to span 9 countries and many long plane trips!

  41. avatar Whitney reply

    Ahhh! I absolutely LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this site! I'm so excited! I love the "Something Blue"… except in the design studio, I added some extra navy in the background of the pattern and made the text box Sunbeam Yellow…. definitely makes the PERFECT Save the Date for my yellow and blue southern wedding. Thanks for posting y'all! :)

  42. avatar Kristin reply

    Holy options Batman! It took a few times of going through Magnet Street's website for me to narrow down my favorite save the date. I think Enchanted Encounter really captures the feel of our wedding, but without the formality that the invitation will bring. And who doesn't love featuring all your cute engagement pics on the STD! As far as personalization goes, I'd change the colors to gray and yellow to match our theme and maybe play around with all those great fonts they have! Thanks SW and Magnet Street for this awesome giveaway!

  43. avatar Natalie reply

    I think it would take me until well after this contest is over to decide on what save-the-date I love the most, because there are so many to choose from!! Everything from the "modern monogram" to the "beautiful beginnings" are just easy on the eye. I would personalize our STDs by adding our engagement pictures and a personalized monogram, which we are carrying through to our invitations, programs, menu cards, etc. **Crossing my fingers because this wedding stuff is muy expensivo!!!**

  44. avatar Amanda reply

    My favorite is the "All my Heart" mini magnet :-)

  45. avatar Meredith C reply

    I love the Devoted Save the Date Magnet! Would go perfectly with our simple and elegant theme!

  46. avatar Michelle LaBella reply

    I absolutely swoon over the "Love Airways" Save the Date Magnet on magnetstreet,com! My soon to be hubby is a former Air Force LT who loves everything and anything about flying- he is even studying to receive his commercial pilots license while we plan our wedding! These magnets would showcase to our guests our fun loving attitude (think calypso band during cocktail hour!), our destination wedding (Jacksonville, FL), as well as his passion for flying! I can't wait for our families to come together and learn more about our love and life together!

  47. avatar Lindsey reply

    I like the coffee cup save the dates :) So cute and personal. Thank you!

  48. avatar Regina reply

    I LOVE the "Shoes" save the date magnet. Anyone that knows me would completely understand why they would receive a Save the Date with shoes on it! My wedding shoes have priority over my wedding dress, for sure! Love it. :)

  49. avatar Regina reply

    I love the "Shoes" save the date magnets. Anyone that knows me would completely understand why they would receive a save the date with shoes on them. My wedding shoes take major priority over my wedding dress! :) Love this collection.

  50. avatar Laura reply

    I absolutely LOVE the circle classic design. Not only does it have the simple lines I like in the exact colors I love, but it matches the invitations that my fabulous personal designer/sister/roommate has already created for me!

  51. avatar carinp reply

    I love, love the French Vintage magnet design. My wedding is garden chic and this design is simple with just a little flair which makes it perfect for my Save the Date. I would change the colors to lavender and blue and the text to charcoal but other than that it is perfect.

  52. avatar Megan reply

    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the Circle of Love Magnets. In Sage and Blues, it would fit the theme of Seaside wedding perfectly!

  53. avatar Carla reply

    WOW! What an amazing giveaway! I am a HUGE fan of the CARVED IN LOVE magnets. They are simply dorable and fit perfectly with our backyard wedding. We are so ecited to be getting married in November 2011 and I know cute magnets like this one will get our guests equally as excited.

  54. avatar Dalton reply

    My fiance and I LOVE the Love Airways save the date. It's perfect since we have been doing the long distance relationship thing ever since we had to transfer jobs. Winnign these save the dates would be such a blessing. Thank you so much!

  55. avatar Glenda reply

    With so many great and creative designs, it's so hard to decide which save the date I like best. All in all, I think that the Save the Date Magnets – Intertwined Emblem would be the best save the date for us as it perfectly matches our colors and style. This is such a great giveaway and it would help us so much if we won. Thanks!

  56. avatar Caitlyn Berger reply

    Absolutely LOVE the Striped Glory and Made for each Other magnets! Too many cute ones to pick just one:)

  57. avatar Ryanne reply

    I love the "Made for Each 0ther" photo booth save the date magnet! It would be so easy to customize the background color to be a steel grey that we are showcasing throughout our wedding. It would also allow us to express our excitement and playfulness within the photo montage. We would also hold up our own signs in each shot that spelled out the date in creative fun ways!

  58. avatar Allison Burbage reply

    I LOVE the Save the Date-Let it Snow! I am getting married at the St. Regis in Park City on 12/31/11 and it incorporates every aspect of what I want in a save the date! THe hotel sits up in the snow capped mountains of the Wasatch Mountains, and I would personalize it to make it black and platinum silver. I would just change the red to black, and the writing to be platinum silver. I think its perfect!

  59. avatar Natasha reply

    So cute! Didn't know about this site before. My favorite is Tender Tree!

  60. avatar Jaquice Hughes reply

    Absolutely love the "Timeless Love" save the date mini magnet. It is simple yet elegant!

  61. avatar Blane reply

    I love the Love Airways postcard Save the Date. My fiance and I love to travel and its part of what makes us "us."

  62. avatar Kayla reply

    I love the "Photo Collection" save the date magnet! I wouldn't change anything about this magnet. It's perfect!

  63. avatar Laura Edds reply

    The enchanted encounter is definitely my favorite. I love that it is postcard sized and has a classic, but modern design. It would be perfect for my military wedding. I'd include pictures of Jeff and I from Downtown Decatur, GA where we're going to get married. Since most of the guests will be traveling from out of town, I'd use the caption, "Plan to meet us in Georgia…" instead of the traditional "Save the Date."

  64. avatar Jessica reply

    I think we'd have to get the Photo Booth Magnets – Made for Each Other, because it is a chance for us to reveal the many things that our wedding will be all about…mixing our cultures and traditions, but keeping it fresh, modern, and OURS. So we'll probably personalize it as follows:1-picture of him in traditional filipino attire, feeding me turon or lumpia, anything not messy.2- picture of me in some polish garb, feeding him pierogies. (I am also from Pittsburgh, these will be immediately identifiable to everyone from that city.) (Side info: Our multicultural cooking has become legendary in both families, this is related to the most recent foods we've fed our parents.)3- Fi and I together, in said traditional garb, holding things wedding related (bouquet, etc.)4- Ourselves, as ourselves. Preferably being absurd.

  65. avatar Jessica reply

    My favorite is "Paris Appeal" mini magnet!! We JUST got engaged last weekend!!! :)

  66. avatar Lindsey reply

    I'd choose the Save the Date pattern – Floating Dandelion! This modern print would be perfect for our wedding. (:

  67. avatar Cristina reply

    I really like the "Photo Booth Magnets – Made for Each Other – Style: RW-108". I think it'd be a great way to show off our goofy side and keep the save the date simple.

  68. avatar Meredith reply

    My favorite is the Pefected Promise Magnet. They are very sophisticated yet unique. I would change the colors to our wedding colors which are dark purple and silver with a little teal.

  69. avatar Jessica reply

    Let me tell y'all, I had a blast looking through all of the options on MagnetStreet's website and playing with the customizations! I adore the simplicity and classic design of the STD Classic Magnet: In Love and War- Marines (USMC). My Marine and I are both redheads, so I would customize the bride and groom's hair to "pumpkin" (we already get so many random comments on our future children's haircolor). A neutral gold background would really accentuate the graphic and incorporate our primary wedding color. The burgundy bouquet complements his uniform, and it's our accent color for our autumn ceremony in northern Alabama. Thank you MagnetStreet and Southern Weddings for this opportunity!

  70. avatar SouthernBelleJM reply

    The Autumn Save the Date cards would be perfect for October wedding next year. Everything I find is too Halloweenish or it's covered in leaves. I wanted something that was classic but was still fall. I would change the red to a terracotta color and the light brown to gold. My main color is chocolate brown with gold and terracotta accents. I just posted a pic of a centerpiece I tore out of a mag that was the whole inspiration for my wedding.

  71. avatar Lauren reply

    I love Enchanted Encounter! I love how you can show so many photos, and the fall scenery is beautiful!

  72. avatar Catherine reply

    Rob and I both picked out the same save-the-date magnet as our favorite – Snapshot in Time! We'd change the stripe color to plum to match our wedding colors, include a picture from our engagement session, and pick a font to mimic the feel of our wedding. Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  73. avatar Candace reply

    Save the Date card: Simply in Love is perfect! I would change the colors to our wedding colors: light caramel & a light shade of ocean water blue-green. They are just simple enough to let the picture shine.

  74. avatar iMa reply

    My favorite is Made for Each Other. It's elegant but playful at the same time. This save the date will be perfect for our wedding and our guests will love it! I would personalize it by making the larger picture in color while the other pictures in black and white.

  75. avatar Sneaky Pi reply

    This is the best selection of Save the Dates that I've come across! I would probably choose the Heart Shaped Striped Elegance….but deciding on just one is hard!

  76. avatar Cherie reply

    What a sweet giveaway! I love the Love Airways Save the dates! We'd probably tweek the color a little bit just to match our colors :)

  77. avatar naazia reply

    i really like the Striped Perfection magnet

  78. avatar Sharon reply

    I'd love to win these for my brother's wedding – he'd love the Striped Perfection Save the Date Magnets and we'd change up the colors to match his teal and eggplant color scheme!

  79. avatar Tommy reply

    I like the Save the Date Mini Magnets – Devoted. They are nice and to the point.

  80. avatar Ollie reply

    I like the Classic save the date magnets: Photo Collection and Something Blue. I would personalize the 'Something Blue' by changing the background colors to black + white. Change the shape color to white and the date inside black and have my fiance and my name on the bottom in black. :)

  81. avatar Rick reply

    A Modern Monogram would fit our theme perfectly.

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