Post # 1
I am so relieved to have my invited finished finally. I bought a DIY kit from Michaels for the base of the invites and tried to add touches of our colors and other elements to spice them up a little. I did a heat embossing on them (Like Ms. Sunrise’s STDs). and that was the most labor intensive part. I also rounded the corners and added the border to the main invite page. I did have help the first day of working on them. One bridesmaid and 3 others came over to help and we were able to get a lot done (about half of the work).
So here they are:
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Post # 3
I just got mine out the door today too!
The lady at the post office was kind enough to print out one stamp for each one so that I didn’t have to use three stamps ($1.22 each, 6.5″ square pocketfolds). Here’s what I left the post office with – just an empty box and a long ass receipt!
Post # 4
We are date twins so way to think alike! What day did you make your RSVP deadline? I chose July 21, not only becuase its a month out, but it is also my birthday.
Post # 7
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
They’re very pretty! How exciting!
Post # 8
Looks good! How/where/what did you do for your map card?
Post # 9
They turned out really pretty.
Post # 10
yay 🙂 congrats and how exciting for you!! gettin your invites out is such an amazing, exciting feeling! and a relief 😉
Post # 11
@KLP2010 our venue is near a AA basemall stadium so we used the map that the team uses and modified it for our wedding. That was Fi’s job.