First the covers were made with chipboard packaging which were covered one side with pale green and one side metallic brown, then punched with the Cropadile Big Bite and laced with the thin ribbon, which was the same as that used to hang the butterflies, I used the Bind it all to punch the spine side of all pages and the covers even already assembled which was thick!
You can also see one of the butterfly pocket pages empty and with butterflies tucked into it.
Inside the front cover is the photo of the butterfly tree surrounded by small butterflies followed by the dried roses from the base of the tree, with a chocolate wrapper.
The next page holds the wedding invitation, closed with ribbon, but here are three pictures to show the design.
First without the ribbon, then open so you can see the stamped butterflies.
Finally with the ribbon tied in a bow as they went out.
Here are the roses I dried in my Sunwave that were round the base of the butterfly tree.
Cutting the cake page.
Inside the back cover is the menu from the day, here it is closed and open.
I hope this will provide wonderful memories of the preparation and the day that maybe would otherwise be lost in the other keepsakes and photos.