Can't wait to have this one made up . . .
Thinking gallery wrap or a float wrap.
Float wraps are the new GREATEST thing!
They are similiar to Gallery wraps in that they stand out for the wall and kind of have a 3-D look to them. It has a very elegant look and feel to it. Plus they are a bit less expensive than the gallery wraps. They come ready to hang and no frame is required. See the below photo for an example of the finished product.
This example shows you how it looks on the wall, and what the rear mount looks like:
I met Maddi and her mother Millicent downtown in Salt Lake city
at the Joseph Smith Memorial building
and we had the greatest time for 2 hours taking photo after photo.
Just a couple more weeks until the big day!
(there just happened to be the most lovely vintage hat display that day in the lobby . . . )
More of this loveliness to come!
You'll want to check back soon.
((hugs to all))
I've been so excited to share these fun engagement photos. Rick & Maddi met in Washington DC returned to Utah, fell in love and now will be married before you know it. This is one wedding I can hardly wait for because everything with this cute couple is so much fun!
Maddi loves chandeliers and one of my favorites can be found at a local bakery
Flour Girls & Dough Boys. I sure appreciate them letting us take over a corner of the bakery for a few minutes while we snapped away with the camera. Next we moved on to the American Fork Library. Who would guess one could have so much fun and keep it quiet at the same time:)
Later on the sun did come out - so altogether it was a very happy day!