Post # 1
Anyone have any creative ideas on what how to do the Thank you cards for after the wedding?
I was thinking of getting a photo of us from our photographer and printing a bunch of wallets to send out with the card. But it sounds boring. Any thoughts from the bees?
Post # 3
My sister’s friend who just got married has thank you postcards made with a picture from their wedding, which was cute. I’ve seen so many adorable ones of the bride and groom holding thank you signs or parasols with thank you printed on them, too.
Post # 4
I am also doing the thank you cards with me and FI holding Thank You notes. I think it’s so cute!
Here’s an expamlpe I found online. Hope it works.
Post # 5
Yay that was what i was thinking of! We did shutterfly collages, but i wish we’d had a thank you sign. another cute one i saw was the bride holding “Thank” and the groom holding “you” and they were being cute =]
Post # 6
Not the first one saying this but I love that holding a sign that says thank you idea.
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I agree with everyone else! I think the “thank you” signs are adorable!
Post # 8
I love this, it’s a twist on the thank you sign
Post # 9
Friends of mine did a similar idea. They wrote “Gracias” in the sand while they were on their honeymoon in Costa Rica. The picture had them kissing in the background. I loved it!
Post # 10
Thanks for the ideas!
But my wedding has past already. So the thank you signs in the photos are too late for me to do.
I like the sand idea, that’s still do-able.
Any other ideas?
Post # 11
oh i have a cute thought, can you pile all of your gifts around you and then take a picture that looks like you’re surrounded by them holding a sign that says thank you?
Post # 12
I love these ideas…i’m stealing them!! I love the HIVE, so much inspiration!!
Post # 13
I had a plaque made that has our last name and wedding date like this one:
This way everyone will remember the date and we will have it for our home.
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Post # 15
I love ColoradoBride12’s suggestion. Awesome idea 🙂
Post # 16
I just finished ours, and this is how they came out. I made it on a power point presentation, saved it as a jpeg. and then uploaded it into shutterfly into the 3×5 template for one picture (I wanted smaller cards so I didn’t have to write as much! We had a huge wedding…)
Another idea is to download picasa–google’s free photoshopper, and there is a button where you can create collages. You pick the pictures you want, and from there you keep clicking different buttons to see various layouts for the collage. Sounds kindof confusing, but you’ll get your pictures even and perfect each time.
Check it out! It’s free!