Post # 1
Finishing up my DIY invitations. Some may remember that my amazing maid of honor hand painted the flowers for my invitations, I then printed using catprint, wrapped in baker’s twine I bought on the internet and now on their way they’ll go! I’m really happy with the final product. And I saved $$$!
Post # 3
They’re beautiful! And that twine matches them perfectly <3 Lucky you x
Post # 4
Those are really beautiful!
Post # 5
teacher-bee-in-the-sea : baker’s FTW! i also used baker’s twine on mine to tie everything together, so maybe I’m biased (:
Post # 6
😍 So beautiful!
And saving $ is the best! 😜
Post # 7
Thanks, Bees! I’m about to send them out to post tomorrow. Any last minute advice?!
Post # 8
So I just wanted to give a shout out to the random thread I read long ago about checkling with the post office that your invitations have enough postage. If it weren’t for you all my guests would have gotten a notice that they had a letter but needed to go to the post office to get it and pay 21 cents when they got there!!
I had put a pretty heart forever stamp on all my invites but I wanted to double check that was enough. The postal lady said since I had added an embellishment (the twine) they needed 21 more cents. She said the only 21 cent stamp is a penguin. At that point I got excited because I’m a marine biologist and there were two penguins on the stamp and penguins mate for life!!! It’s so cute.
The lady was surprised, I guess most people don’t like the penguins?? 🐧