Post # 1
I am in love with my invitations!!! They were delivered yesterday and I instantly fell in love with them; I just want to stare at them. I guess I hit a wedding-planning-wall last week after a lot of discouragement but this has really lifted my spirits.
Anyway, I’m think I want to frame one, maybe into a 3-picture frame in between an engagement photo and a wedding photo.
I’m not sure how crazy I sound at this point, so my question is, did you or will you frame an invitation?
Post # 3
i’m not going to frame it but it is going in my wedding book.
Post # 4
not framing invitation, but our table plan is framed 🙂
Post # 5
My venue suggested putting out a framed invitation but I wasn’t sure why (everyone there has already seen it since it came to them in the mail). I am making my own guest book, so maybe I’ll put it in there. I do like your idea though. Can you post what they look like? If you love it that much, then frame it. I did frame our STD because I really liked it.
Post # 6
I wasn’t going to but one of our guests did & gave it to us as an extra gift at our wedding. It was really touching since we worked very hard making our invites.
Another guest sent us our invitation back decoupaged as a 1 year anniversery card. Looking back on it, we have really thoughtful friends 🙂
Post # 7
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
We’re doing paperless post invites, but I’m framing a save the date.
Do it! If you love it, why not?
Post # 8
i will. i’m gonna do a shadowbox, i think. i’ll also put one in a scrapbook. and my parents will probably frame one. theirs is framed and hanging in my mom’s sewing room, and i think mine will probably go up next to theirs.
Post # 9
Framing the invitation was super popular prior to the scrapbooking craze. I’m not sure if I’ll frame ours or not, but I think it’s a lovely idea, especially if seeing it lifts your spirits and inspires you!
Post # 10
- Wedding: August 2013 - Brookfield Zoo
I’m probably going to frame ours. Will probably use a shadow box since one portion of our invites are 3D. If your invites are flat, you could just use a regular photo frame.. maybe put some nice scrapbooking/decorative paper in as the backing, and then lay out the invites the way they do in photographer’s pictures like this:
(just pulled a random example off pinterest)
Post # 11
I’m pretty sure I’m going to – depends on how much i love the invitations (i’m planning on making them)