Post # 1
I am, and between the envelope lining and the painstaking addressing (I don’t have very good handwriting but I can’t afford to hire someone!), it is taking me FOREVER.
Any tips to speed things up?
On the bright side, I love my invitation suite!
Post # 3
Ufortunately, I don’t have a tip to speed things up…except to get help, but I just wanted to say, if that is your handwriting in the top pick, I think it looks AWESOME on the envelopes! I wish mine was as nice. Your invitation looks great too…good luck!
Post # 4
We’re lining our Save the Date envelopes with an airmail liner. I just cut out 40 liners last night and did all of the addressing. Tonight is ribbon night and we’re dying all of the white ribbon ivory with the help of pekoe tea.
Post # 5
You are both way more ambitious than I am! I found plain white envelopes today on clearance, and Fiance and I decided they were just fine!
Post # 6
Another bride mentioned she printed addresses directly onto the envelopes in a very light gray so that should could trace over it with a calligraphy pen. Just an idea 🙂
Post # 7
I got my fiance to put double sided tape pieces on all the liners, and then all I had to do was peel off the backing and attach them to the envelopes (rather than apply the tape myself too). Also, if he screwed up, it only ruined a liner and not an already addressed envelope 🙂 This saved me hours!
Post # 8
FH and I got the envelope kit and envelope liner kit from Paper Source! They work really well 🙂