Post # 1
My invitations were definitely quite an endeavor, but they were worth it in the end . They took many many hours of work but with the help of my dear Fiance and my wonderful family, they are pretty much all done! Thanks to the Weddingbee for all the beautiful DIY projects that provided the inspiration to the design. Thanks for looking!!
I spent about probably around $220 for 100 invitations, but have tons of extra envelopes, cardstock and ribbon for other stationary needs, so it’s more like $1.70ish per invite prior to postage. I got my supplies from Paper Source (clearance), Office Max and my flourish design from a seller on Etsy.
Post # 3
Very nice 🙂
You did an awesome job!!!
Post # 6
Were those blue jackets/pockets also from paper source?
Your invites are really beautiful and the whole invitation suite is really nicely done!
Post # 8
@noritake22: Thanks so much! It was a lot of work, but so worth it in the end!
@ccranetobe: Thanks so much! I’ve had to tweak it a little during the process from my original plan, but I’m thrilled with it!
@SoontobeMrsA: Thank you!
@aaronlori: Yes, I got the jackets from Paper Source. I think if you go to their website and go under Enclosures they should be there, though I’m not sure if they still have the color in pool or not, since I had been holding onto them for a year, haha. Thanks so much!
@sparks: Thanks so much! They were my favorite project of all and very important to me, probabably more than my dress (just kidding, sorta haha).
Post # 9
Those turned out amazing. Looks like a ton of work. Feels good doesn’t it!?
Post # 10
@shushu1208: We’ve got the same colours 😉 They’re perfect. Way better than mine.
Post # 11
@tksjewelry: Thank you thank you! And yes, it definitely is a relief since I’ve been fussing over it for like a year now, but a little sad, since this was one of the most important DIY projects for me .
@CatyLady: Yay color twins! You’ll have to share your invites too – I’m sure they look awesome!!