This was a really fun card to make, but fairly hard to photograph because of all the glitter. Cut the Cake, a July new release from Die-Versions, is such a versatile die. It can be used for most any occasion.
As I didn't have any glitter paper that I liked, I made my own using a Xyron machine and glitter. Not only is the die a newly acquired item, I just discovered Sparkle N Sprinkle glitter at the Atlanta Scrapbook Expo that I recently went to. They have lots of fantastic glitter colors and I used their Evening Glow for the flowers as well as the yellow icing on the cake. The "Mr and Mrs" is a Die-Versions font called A Little Lime that is also glittered using some black glitter that I already had on hand. The cake itself is covered with a crystal affect glitter.
The lace background was created using an older Cornish Heritage Farms rubber stamp. I inked it up with VersaMark and then applied Perfect Pearls (biscotti) over the entire thing. It gives it a very nice, soft shimmery effect.