Post # 1
So nervous…I am still gathering people’s addresses, but I should have enough to get me started today.
I decided to handwrite them..I hope I made the right choice. Otherwise, bees will see my other post tonight screaming how to fix the RSVP and envelopes lol
Post # 3
I handwrote mine even though I had the option of free calligraphy. I didn’t have the time for the fancy stuff and handwriting worked just fine. I just took my time. I only messed up 3 envelopes! Good luck!!
Post # 4
best of luck! I am still in ‘the great handwriting’ debate. I really want to get a typewriter to do them all, but I can’t find one in town. I will most likely be hand writing them,
Post # 5
I’ve had mine sitting around for awhile, we designed and made them and they turned into a boat load of work so i think im just sick of them for the time being. I know im also not looking forward to writing them all out though. Good luck!
Post # 6
Thanks ladies…I think I need all the luck I can get!
I am sure I will love the final product…just the stress not to mess them up is brutal!
I have extra envelopes…just the RSVP I barely have a few extras. I didn’t want to print way more just for extras.
I can always reprint them but then I will have to cut them, glue them on cardstock and cut them out…it seems like a lot of work already just by typing them out lol
Post # 7
Good luck! Just take your time. And post pics to brag on yourself when you’re finished 🙂
Post # 8
I bought the ultra-fine point calliraphy pen at Michael’s and it worked out great. If you hold the pen straight up and down it looks nicer, I’ve used those pens before but I practiced a bit. I also skipped rsvp’s for people I knew for sure were coming, like parents, siblings, etc. That would leave you some extras for mistakes :).