Post # 1
We are using bitter chocolate enveloptes from cardsandpockets. Fiance and I are arguing on the best way to address them. He wants to use clear labels printed in white, which I am suspect if white will even print on them. I bought white, gold, and silver gel pens to handwrite them, but at 150 invites, i am amready suffering hand cramps even thinking about it.
We have labels from vistaprint for return address but I might get a stamp made up instead that I can use metallic ink for as we changed the colours and now the labels don’t look as good…
Suggestions? How hard are the wrap labels really? How do you stick them on?
Post # 3
My calligrapher did our save the date envelopes in metallic silver on chacoal envelopes, and it looked fantastic! Don’t tackle all 150 at once, but what if you spread it out over a week or so (just do a few every evening)? I think it would look really nice on the brown background!
I’m not sure about the address labels…
Post # 4
Is there such a thing a white printer ink? The gold pen sounds nice 🙂
Post # 5
Just pace yousrself, do 10 in the morning, and then 10 at night….it will take about one week. 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2012 - Historic Lougheed House
White calligraphy ink would look awesome!
Post # 7
Not sure if I am ready to tackle calligraphy…my writing is average, so I could do it, just woulkdn’t look the best.
@ladyartichoke: Yeah, I really don’t know. I know you can get a really light colour, maybe a tan, but I just don’t feel the love for that…I am ging to hunt online for maybe some lighter brown labels…or I might tackle the wraps, but I suck at computer design stuff so not sure thats the best option…