For a wedding in Mexico, this Tropical Wedding Album features interlinked handcarved names. Most importantly, this symbolizes their union.
Sayulia, the location of the wedding, showcases along the outer edge under tropical turquoise leather. In specific, the leather embosses tightly around the letters.
Likewise, a Tropical plant dominates the corner. Green leather wraps around the plant. Also, silver wire highlights the leaf tips. The wedding date subtly adorns the very lower right corner on the plant.
The page marker aims for the tropical theme as well. Firstly, a shell and glass beads form the decorative end. Secondly, a tiny coral bead adds to the tropical theme. These elements combine with metal and leather to form the bookmark.
The book contains multicolored acid-free pages, bound around three leather binding cords. Smooth brown leather wraps over these cords as they extend onto the front and back covers. Handmade metallic marbled tropical colored paper lines the inner covers as endsheets.
Handstiched headbands protect the spine ends of the Tropical Wedding Album. I wrap leather cords with thread colors to compliment the color scheme. They are directly sewn onto the binding edges with turquoise and blue threads.
A double layer of 55 pound tensile strength fabric reinforces the hinges to ensure strength and heirloom quality. In addition, archival permanently flexible glue safeguards the book for a lifetime of durability.
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