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The end of our wedding ceremony - hugging and laughing.

I used white MM paint around the bottom two photos to make them stand out from the green background - did it work? I liked it better than a thin paper mat for some reason.

The backgrounds for all the ceremony pages were a little complicated: they're pieces of actual ceremony photos, and I really wanted them for backgrounds on my 12x12 pages, but I don't have a wide-format printer, and I didn't want them to be printed as photos, just as documents at draft quality to make them pale and blurry, so I couldn't use an online photo printing service. I ended up having to buy archival legal-size inkjet paper (not easy to find online!), print these in two halves, and then tear the halves and glue them together (I used tearing instead of straight trimming because torn lines are much less visible than straight ones). It
worked pretty well. And I also got to print the journaling right on the background this way, which