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Hollywood Glam {Thank You Cards}

As most of you probably remember, my husband and I shot a "Forever After" shoot for our 1 year anniversary back in August! Jordana Hazel of Hazelnut Photography was our photographer for the shoot and Moira Taylor did my hair and make-up - both extremely talented and lovely ladies! If you are looking for a photographer or make-up artist in California, I highly suggest both of them! After our shoot, I wanted to thank them for all of their hard work and for making our shoot exactly what we wanted it to be so I got to thinking about designing thank you cards for them. I had found this flocked art deco patterned paper months prior and had been saving it for something special. I used this as my inspiration and found a cream colored velvet ribbon, black netting, and rhinestone buttons to finish them off! I really fell in love with the final product. I wish I could afford a whole stash of this paper because it was just that beautiful!
If you didn't read about our Forever After shoot, you can read about it here and here!
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