2019: Harry Potter in Concert

Our first adventure of 2019 was to go to Harry Potter in Concert – Deathly Hallows Part 1 at the Indianapolis Symphony. For a preview/trailer of the event watch the video at the bottom of this page.

This is an incredible experience, and while pricey, it is well worth attending. I purposely bought tickets in the balcony as I wanted to be able to look at the movie straight on, instead of having to look up at the screen from the floor. This also allowed us to see the orchestra at the same time as the movie instead of having to look back and forth. And if you are wondering why one would spend so much money “just to watch a movie?” – the best answer I can give you is that the sound is so much better than even the best speakers in a movie theater!

We dressed up for the event and I made sure to don a Gryffindor scarf! I used musical background paper for the spread which is nice because it represents the symphony while have an aura of being hogwardian. I purchased a Hogwarts SVG bundle from Etsy for our earlier trip to Universal Studios and was able to use some of the images from that bundle on this page – cut out with my Cricut Machine.

I put one of our tickets (you can see how much I paid!) to show the date, time, and location, as well as the program, which is attached to the outside of the plastic page protector so that it can be opened to be read.

The borders on the edge of the spread are made with the remains of the photo and ephemera borders from the opposite page, which helps to tie the spread together. I used a jagged edge tearing tool to tear them, and then used a “Deathly Hallows” border from a Harry Potter paper set to put on the edge of the border.

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