Show me your invites please!

posted 1 year ago in Paper
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Busy bee

We had a two ceremony, two reception wedding–one hindu and one american–and we wanted our invitiations to reflect our fusion/cultural theme.

Here were ours!

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Helper bee

Mine are for vistaprint. 

 ETA woops my invites aren’t very forma. Even though our wedding is lol

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Sugar bee

These were ours with the following changes:

-Formal script in smoke grey

-Black bottom layer

-White ribbon with just a twist

 

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Busy bee

We had a traditional and formal wedding too. Our invites are one of our favorite details. They are a custom design and are engraved printing. 

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Buzzing bee

Who says my B.A. in Urban planning never did anything for me?

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Sugar bee

Here’s ours (I just stole the pic from the website):

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Busy bee

Ours were very themey….but I feel the invite card alone was a little more modern and traditional.

Invite sheet once removed from the mountain wrap:

All the cards so you can see.  First is the packaged invite, then all the sides of the 2 cards showing the invite details and lastly the invite packet that the 2 cards slid into.  That was my favorite thing about them.  I designed it to look like a vintage travel ski poster…and for the record it was my husband’s idea.  He just made me fingure out how to make them.  ;)

I don’t think you can make a wrong decision with an invite.  There are SO many options out there….good luck!

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Bumble bee

These were a labor of love. All made from scratch….designed, printed, cut out and assembled. Never again!

 

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Buzzing bee

@loving_life:  I love yours! Did you get the stationary at Staples? I wish we would have did that. We went with weddingpaperdivas and I’m not too happy.

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