Post # 1
My FH created these invites in Photoshop then we printed them at vistaprint.com. The envelopes are brown kraft paper from envelopemall.com. Total cost (before postage) just under $100 for 100!
A special thank you to the post office for coming out with a purple floral stamp that says LOVE recently! Our colors are brown and lavender… so it brought an extra bit of purple into our invites!
(The envelope addressing is also done by my FH – He’s got such great penmanship!)
Post # 3
these look awesome! great job, everything is very well done 😀 and your guests will love them!
Post # 4
These are awesome! And wow, his penmenship is FANTASTIC!
Post # 5
Very nice! I love his addressing of the envelopes!
Post # 6
lol, you did the same thing with the stamps as i just did! they go horizontally!! apparently (i didnt even notice, FI did) there’s a basket that the flowers are in, so the stamps are actually supposed to go the other direction! oh well, no one cares.
the invites are amazing, btw! great job!
Post # 7
@ClairDarling OMGoodness! You’re so right! haha… I hadn’t even noticed! Fortunately, I’ve only stamped a few so far, that are going to my wedding party – so that’s a relief!
Thanks for head’s up!
Post # 8
Here’s an example from the post office, I just found. They sure do look better the right way!
Post # 9
Where did you find the background graphics of the tree?
Post # 10
We used a tree vector we found through a google search, then played with the opacity in illustrator and set it off center.
Post # 13
These are awesome! Great job!
Post # 14
I want those STAMPS!!!!! they’re GORGEOUS!!!!! lol
and the invites are just awesome… but, sorry, I’m still drooling over the stamps. I know, I’m weird! LOL!
Post # 15
Cute! They look great and I’m sure that you feel special happy to have them done!
Post # 16
Any chance you could help us find the tree and wood grain images?