Monday, May 24, 2010

Give Away!

Make your summer weddings memorable with this Cricut Solutions Wedding Cartridge!
Retail price : $49.99
Ebay price : $35



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6 comments:

Stacey's Creative Corner said...

I don't really know if my wedding was really unique. However when we were planning it, we had to keep getting engraveable items that could easily be covered up, if need be, since my future hubby was deployed and the date of his return kept getting pushed back, we thought we may have to push back the date of the wedding also, but thankfully we didn't. He came home and the wedding went as planned. :)

Anonymous said...

All weddings are unique to the Bride. The dress is what sets it apart.

Sue
shannegan16@att.net

Darkflame said...

I have been to a few unique weddings....

A friend a few years ago had men painted like statues (gold ones) that stood near the buffet and scared the crap out of people...lol...

A friend this past fall had a wedding at a church that was still being renovated...they had to be creative to make sure no one could see the bride since she had to go THROUGH the church to get to the back to start the procession down the aisle....they used a brown sheet and the bridesmaids held it up.....it worked out....

Michelle Franks said...

My wedding (3/26/10) was very unique! Nearly everything was handmade by myself & my bridesmaids - the invitations, butterfly confetti, bouquets & boutonniers, centerpieces, even the food!

Ashley @ Bride on a Budget said...

My wedding was unique because of our location. We had it at an old plantation and the reception site was a remodeled barn. It was one of the coolest venues ever. We got so many compliments on the location.

Charisma3103 said...

I just got a cricut and need to get cartridges for it this would be perfect thank you for being so generous. We got married by the JP but it worked for us

Janie Boots

boots3103@hotmail.com