Post # 1
I’ve decided on this design & I like the brown backing (after tons of back & forth). I’m going to get some dark chocolate shimmer paper (my colors are navy, white & chocolate brown) The ugo paper below is just blah construction paper.
Haha right now it looks so low budget… gah! Now that I know what I want I can’t wait to get started with the right tools 🙂
I have a perforator that is sooo awesome. I will use it to perforate the far right hand side of the boarding pass & the little fold on the left hand side. The reply card will easily tear apart to be put back into an envelope & sent off!
Our wedding has an travel/airplane theme & I hate theme weddings, but I like to think I’m doing it the right way haha 🙂
Post # 3
Those are so cute! I love the map wrap too. What a great invite.
Post # 4
Thanks! Our envelopes will be lined with maps from an old atlas I had lying around the house too 🙂
Post # 5
Those are adorable! Great job!
Post # 6
Too cool!!!! I love the map part too, they look awesome!!!
Post # 8
I love it! I’d totally do it for a DW or a travel themed wedding. And the belly band made of an atlas is genius!
Post # 9
Really creative invites! I love them.
Post # 12
I love those. They are very creative and they look great.
Post # 13
- Wedding: April 2011 - The Tribute Golf Club
Love these! We’re doing the same type of thing for our escort cards.
Post # 14
Love it! And the belly band/envelope liner from an atlas will be awesome!
What’s your all-caps font? I think we might be using the same one! 😀
Post # 15
cute! i am gonna use that boarding pass template for our rehearsal dinner invites =)
Post # 16
fantastic job you’ve done!